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Spain prosecutors want 19 years jail for king's brother-in-law
Spanish prosecutors called Friday for the king's brother-in-law to be given a 19-and-a-half year jail term for alleged embezzlement in a trial that has also seen his wife Princess Cristina accused of tax evasion.
French artist discovers US by painting a stranger a week
New to Boston, Parisian artist Aur幨ie Galois took a deep breath, gathered her oil paints and ventured forth on a unique mission to get acquainted with her adoptive city: Every Friday, for an entire year, she painted a portrait of a stranger.
Renault opens Minsk branch
Artists perform in a Renault store against a backdrop of cars, some hanging in midair, during the brand's opening ceremony in Minsk, Belarus, Thursday, June 9.
Two former British prime ministers placed their political rivalries aside Thursday to warn voters that having the United Kingdom leave the European Union would be mistake that could undermine the Northern Ireland peace deal and jeopardize the unity of the UK itself.
The chief executive of BHS told British lawmakers that Dominic Chappell, the former bankrupt who bought the company in 2015, threatened to kill him after being confronted about cash transferred out of the retailer that is now being wound down.
The EU's top court ruled Thursday the European Commission can order member states to cut down healthy olive trees to stem the spread of damaging bacteria after Italian authorities halted a controversial felling program in December.
Brexit campaigners accused the UK government of trying to rig the EU referendum and threatened legal action on Thursday as former London Mayor Boris Johnson squared up for the campaign's first TV debate.
Germany Wednesday moved to slow the rapid growth of subsidized renewable energy to cap rising costs, drawing fire from environmentalists who charged it is betraying its ambitious climate goals.
Prime Minister David Cameron warned voters Tuesday against believing "total untruths" peddled by the Brexit campaign, seeking to regain momentum in the referendum race ahead of a crucial TV grilling.
Booking it
A security officer stands on guard next to a stack of large books during a book festival in the Red Square with the Spasskaya Tower in the background in Moscow, Russia on Monday, June 6. Held for the first time last year, the book festival was a great success, attracting 200,000 visitors.
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