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Russia now recognizes Ukrainian rebel documents, passports
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed an order for Russia to recognize passports and other documents issued by separatist rebel authorities in eastern Ukraine.
Merkel tells the to uphold and  bolster multilateral organizations
German Chancellor Angela Merkel appealed to the United States and others on Saturday to support and bolster multilateral organizations such as the European Union, the United Nations and NATO, an alliance to which U.S. Vice President Mike Pence pledged America's commitment was "unwavering."
Tony Blair's new mission: To change UK minds on Brexit
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair launched a campaign Friday to persuade the U.K. to rethink its decision to leave the European Union, saying those who want to remain should rise up and make their wishes known.
France, Germany welcome Tillerson meet
The foreign ministers of France and Germany voiced cautious optimism Friday about the willingness of the Trump administration to engage on Syria, after new U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson took part in a discussion about the issue on the sidelines of a diplomatic summit in Bonn, Germany.
Spanish king's sister acquitted in tax evasion case
A Spanish court on Friday acquitted King Felipe VI's sister in her trial over charges that she helped her husband evade taxes.
Conservative criticism of Pope Francis sparks public show of support
Pope Francis' top advisers are rallying to his defense amid an unprecedented wave of conservative criticism that represents the biggest challenge to his mercy-over-morals papacy.
Russia accused of smearing French presidential candidate
An aide to French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday accused Russia of trying to derail his campaign by spreading false rumors, echoing charges of Russian meddling in the U.S. election.
Four dead in massive French Alps avalanche
A French father and son, as well as his half-brother and their guide died Monday in the French Alps after being swept away by a giant avalanche while snowboarding in the popular resort of Tignes, officials said.
Romania: Protests after Parliament oks anti-graft referendum
Romania's Parliament agreed Monday to hold a referendum on public support for fighting official corruption, a move that failed to appease anti-government protesters who demonstrated in the capital and other Romanian cities.
Turkmen strongman 'wins' new 7-year term
Turkmenistan's reigning strongman Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov bagged a new seven-year term with nearly 98 percent of a weakly contested vote, electoral officials said Monday, following a preliminary count.
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