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March 29, 2017

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France's Fillon fights for survival as right-wing party leaders meet
Francois Fillon was fighting to keep his embattled French presidential bid alive on Monday as former President Nicolas Sarkozy piled pressure on him ahead of a crisis meeting of their right-wing Republicans party.
Mayor approves Chelsea's plans to redevelop Stamford Bridge
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has approved plans for Chelsea to redevelop Stamford Bridge, the latest hurdle overcome by the Premier League leaders in the building process.
Fillon clings to French presidential race; party not sure
With the Eiffel Tower as a backdrop, French conservative Francois Fillon clung tenaciously to his presidential candidacy Sunday, emboldened by thousands of supporters at a high-stakes rally aimed at quashing pressure on him to step aside because of impending corruption charges.
Scottish opposition insists no new independence vote
Scotland's opposition leader insisted Saturday there should be no second referendum on Scottish independence, urging the governing nationalists to concentrate on making the best of Brexit rather than exploiting it for another secession push.
Poland puts forward rival candidate to EU's Tusk
Poland said Saturday it was proposing a Polish member of the European Parliament (MEP) for the EU presidency to succeed Donald Tusk, whose second term is opposed by the governing right-wing Law and Justice party (PiS).
Sinn Fein surge creates new Northern Ireland landscape
Northern Ireland's snap election has left the rival extremes of politics virtually neck and neck for the first time -- and facing a bruising battle to put their Catholic-Protestant government back together again in an increasingly polarized landscape.
Italy migrant rescues hit new high as Libya exit rises
The number of migrants rescued at sea this year in operations run by Italy's coast guard topped 15,000 Friday after another 900 people were saved, including 8-month-old Syrian twins and five other babies.
Northern Ireland holds snap assembly election
Northern Ireland was voting Thursday in snap elections to resolve a political crisis fueled by bad blood and Brexit, which is testing the delicate peace in the British province.
Juppe waiting in wings if Fillon quits race
Veteran French conservative Alain Juppe is ready to step in as presidential candidate if the beleaguered Francois Fillon pulls out, his entourage said Friday as the list of deserters from Fillon's camp grew.
Nearly 1,000 migrants rescued off Libya: Italy
Some 970 migrants were rescued off the coast of Libya on Thursday, Italy's coastguard said, as the numbers attempting to cross the Mediterranean to Europe continue to rise.
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