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Czechs vote in parliamentary election for second dayCzech citizens are voting for a second day in a parliamentary election that could install another euroskeptic government in Central Europe
The Associated Press55 minutes ago
Police say 4 people stabbed in Munich, assailant fleesPolice say man with knife wounds four people in Munich
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FILE - In this Sunday, June 1, 2008 file photo, Roberto Maroni, left, and Luca Zaia attend the annual meeting of the Lega Nord, Northern League party, in Pontida, Italy. It is greater autonomy, not independence, that two of Italy’s wealthiest regions are seeking in a pair of referendums Sunday, yet Catalonia’s secessionist ambitions loom over the debate. The president of Lombardy, Roberto Maroni and Veneto, Luca Zaia, are campaigning on the economic benefits of loosening Rome’s grip. But identity politics also is playing a role, particularly in Veneto, where a political fringe has never given up on the secession course long abandoned by the governing Northern League. (AP Photo/Alberto Pellaschiar, Files)
Power to the people: 2 Italy regions to hold autonomy votesIt is greater autonomy __ not independence __ that two of Italy's wealthiest regions are seeking in a pair of non-binding referendums next weekend, yet Catalonia's secessionist ambitions loom over the debate
The Associated Press14 hours ago
From left, President of the European Commission Jean Claude Juncker, President of the European Council Donald Tusk and President of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani receive an award presented by Spain's King Felipe, second right, and Queen Letizia during the Princess of Asturias awards ceremony, in Oviedo, northern Spain, Friday Oct. 20, 2017. (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos)
Catalan crisis looms large at Spanish prize-giving eventThe Catalonia region's controversial bid for independence is an unavoidable topic at the prize-giving ceremony for Spain's prestigious Princess of Asturias awards
The Associated Press14 hours ago
Police and firefighters' cars and trucks stand in front of the VIVO! shopping mall where a 27-year-old man attacked people with a knife killing one person and injuring several others in Stalowa Wola, southeastern Poland, on Friday, Oct. 20, 2017. (AP Photo/Rafal Baran)
Police: Stabbings at Polish shopping mall not terror attackPolice in Poland say there are no terror or political motives for a knife attack at a shopping mall that left one person dead and nine injured
The Associated Press14 hours ago
UN panel urges China to release and compensate 3 activistsA group of independent experts appointed by the U.N.'s main human rights body say China's government has wrongly held three activists, calling for them to be released and compensated for the injustice
The Associated Press16 hours ago
Police and firefighters' cars and trucks stand in front of the VIVO! shopping mall where a 27-year-old man attacked people with a knife killing one person and injuring several others in Stalowa Wola, southeastern Poland, on Friday, Oct. 20, 2017. (AP Photo/Rafal Baran)
The Latest: Polish police: No terror motive in mall attackA spokesman for Poland's national police says investigators don't yet know why a man attacked shoppers at a mall with a knife, killing one person and wounding seven others
The Associated Press16 hours ago
Police in Poland rule out terror or political motives in fatal shopping mall knife attack.Police in Poland rule out terror or political motives in fatal shopping mall knife attack.
The Associated Press16 hours ago
President Donald Trump listens during a meeting with Governor Ricardo Rossello of Puerto Rico in the Oval Office of the White House, Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
AP FACT CHECK: Trump wrongly blames terror for UK crime jumpAn AP Fact Check finds U.S. President Donald Trump erred by suggesting in a tweet that a 13 percent increase in crime in the United Kingdom is linked to terrorism
The Associated Press17 hours ago
A woman cuts a slice of butter on a market in Bayonne, southwestern France, Friday, 20 Oct., 2017. French pastries and butter have become so popular abroad that the increased demand led to a mini shortage of the dairy product in French supermarkets. (AP Photo/Bob Edme)
France faces butter shortage amid global demand for pastriesFrench pastries, and butter are so popular abroad that the increased demand has led to a mini-shortage of the dairy product in French supermarkets
The Associated Press17 hours ago
Hunter Uwe Ingwersen,  kneels near a wild boar that was shot  in the center of the city of Heide, northern Germany, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017. Police say a pair of wild boars have gone on the rampage and injured at least four people in the north German town of Heide. Authorities warned people to stay indoors after the adult animals appeared early Friday and began attacking pedestrians. Police said one of the boars was shot dead outside a bank, the other is still on the run. (Helge Holmson/dpa via AP)
Wild boars rampage through German town, injure at least 4Police say a pair of wild boars have gone on the rampage and injured at least four people in the north German town of Heide
The Associated Press17 hours ago
FILE - In this Nov. 9, 2005 file photo watch towers and the barbed wire fence of the former Nazi death camp Majdanek are photographed  outside the city of Lublin in eastern Poland. German prosecutors say friday, Oct. 20, 2017  they have charged a former guard at the Majdanek death camp with being an accessory to murder on allegations the 96-year-old served during a period when at least 17,000 Jews were killed.  (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski, file)
German prosecutors charge former Majdanek death camp guardGerman prosecutors say they have charged a former guard at the Majdanek death camp with being an accessory to murder for allegedly working there during a period when at least 17,000 Jews were killed
The Associated Press17 hours ago
British Prime Minister Theresa May Theresa May smiles while answering questions during a media conference at an EU summit in Brussels on Friday, Oct. 20, 2017. European Union leaders gathered Friday to weigh progress in negotiations on Britain's departure from their club as they look for new ways to speed up the painfully slow moving process. (AP Photo/Olivier Matthys)
Brexit, Turkey and taxing tech giants tackled at EU summitBrexit is Europe's big worry, but it wasn't the only problem the leaders of the 28 European Union nations grappled with during their latest summit
The Associated Press17 hours ago
Europe's easy money taps to be tightened _ very slowlyThe economy in the 19 countries that use the shared euro currency is growing ever stronger, and it's time for the European Central Bank to start telling the public how it will phase out its extraordinary stimulus measures
The Associated Press18 hours ago
Germany's entire U-boat fleet is out of actionAll of Germany's six submarines are out of action, and the country's defense minister isn't happy about it
The Associated Press18 hours ago
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