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Britain's outgoing ambassador to the European Union has strongly criticized the government's approach to Brexit negotiations in a blistering farewell email to his staff.
 
A Russian passenger plane skidded off the runway after landing in snowy conditions at Kaliningrad airport, authorities said Wednesday, with three people suffering minor injuries.
 
Spain finds migrants hidden in suitcase, car
Guards on the border of Ceuta, Spain's enclave in North Africa, say they have recently detained one Moroccan suspected of attempting to smuggle migrants concealed in a suitcase and another suspected of hiding migrants in a car.
 
Turkish authorities on Tuesday detained two foreign nationals at Istanbul's main airport over suspected links to a nightclub attack claimed by Islamic State jihadists that killed 39, Dogan news agency said.
 
IS claims Istanbul nightclub attack
The Islamic State group on Monday claimed responsibility for the New Year's attack at a popular Istanbul nightclub that killed 39 people and wounded scores of others.
 
Austerity bites for Cyprus' stray cat population
Legend has it that a Roman empress first brought cats to Cyprus to do battle with poisonous snakes, but centuries later it's the island's financial crisis that has sparked a population boom.
 
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Participants take part in the annual New Year's Day Parade in central London on Sunday, Jan. 1. The annual celebration of contemporary performances and traditional pomp brings together dancers, acrobats, cheerleaders, marching bands, historical vehicles and more.
 
New Year's Eve passed off peacefully enough in war-torn Ukraine -- until a senior lawmaker shot a man in the leg during a testosterone-charged road rage incident.
 
Supporting military operations against the Islamic State group is key to preventing terror attacks at home, French President Francois Hollande said Monday during a visit to Iraq.
 
Germany says it doesn't believe Bashar Assad can continue as Syria's leader under a future peace agreement.
 
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