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Norway's US$850 billion national oil fund plans to sue Volkswagen over the company's emissions-cheating scandal.
 
Min. income campaign sets record
Campaigners for a minimum income in Switzerland set a Guinness Record for the world's largest poster on Saturday, as they sought support for the controversial proposal ahead of a referendum next month.
 
Massive crowd sees off world's largest cruise ship in France
Tens of thousands of people turned out Sunday in France to see off the world's biggest-ever cruise ship, the 120,000-tonne Harmony of the Seas, as it set sail for the first time.
 
German police said Sunday they arrested 120 people following violent clashes between environmental activists and security personnel at anti-coal demonstrations in the east of the country.
 
Russian sports minister Vitaly Mutko apologized on Sunday for the doping scandal that threatens the athletic superpower's participation in the Rio Olympics.
 
Russian lawmakers on Sunday lashed out at arch-rival Ukraine's "political" victory in the Eurovision song contest, as pro-Kremlin media insisted Moscow's entrant was robbed.
 
A controversial Italian gynecologist famed for helping women in their 60s to have children is under house arrest in Rome on suspicion of removing eggs from a patient's ovaries without her consent.
 
Former London mayor Boris Johnson claimed the European Union was behaving like German Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler by trying to create a superstate, in a Sunday newspaper interview.
 
Britain's opposing camps intensify EU referendum campaigns
Campaigning for Britain's tight referendum on leaving the European Union stepped up Saturday as Prime Minister David Cameron hammered home the economic impact of Brexit.
 
Spanish authorities allowed residents near a giant tire dump blaze to return home Saturday, saying that toxic fumes billowing from the rubber heap posed less of a risk although the fire has yet to be extinguished.
 
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