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French President Emmanuel Macron, left, shakes hands with Francesco Stella as he becomes a French citizen during a citizenship ceremony in Orleans, central France, Thursday, July 27, 2017. (AP Photo/Michel Euler, Pool)
Italian, French leaders look to work in Libya on migrationItaly's prime minister considers sending naval units to help Libya's coast guard in combating migrant trafficking, while France's president discusses setting up asylum screening "hot spots" in Africa
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People attend a vigil near Grenfell tower in London, Thursday, July 27, 2017. British police said Thursday they have "reasonable grounds" to suspect that local authorities may have committed corporate manslaughter in a deadly high-rise fire in London. (Victoria Jones/PA via AP)
UK police: Corporate manslaughter possible in tower fireBritish police say they have "reasonable grounds" to suspect local authorities may have committed corporate manslaughter over a deadly high-rise fire in London
The Associated Press1 hour ago
FILE - In this Wednesday, May 31, 2017 file picture, French President Emmanuel Macron, left, poses in front of the MSC Meraviglia cruise ship during a visit to the STX shipyard site in Saint-Nazaire, western France. The French government is nationalizing the country's emblematic Saint Nazaire shipyard to ensure an Italian company does not take it over at the end of the week. (Stephane Mahe/Pool Photo via AP, File)
France nationalizing shipyard amid Italian takeover interestThe French government is temporarily nationalizing the country's emblematic Saint-Nazaire shipyard to prevent an Italian company from taking it over at the end of the week
The Associated Press1 hour ago
The Latest: French leader wants to screen migrants in AfricaFrench President Emmanuel Macron says he would like to create "hotspots" this summer where migrants in Libya would be pre-screened for asylum claims
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Firefighters work at the scene after part of stone wall surrounding an Armenian cemetery was demolished in a storm, in Istanbul, Thursday, July 27, 2017. At least three people were reported injured on Thursday after a severe summer storm hit Istanbul, knocking down a wall and trees and flooding the Turkish city's streets and underpasses. (AP Photo/Emrah Gurel)
Summer storm slams into Istanbul with heavy rain, hailTurkish media reports say a severe summer storm has hit Istanbul, with heavy rains flooding streets and underpasses and "walnut-sized" hail damaging windows and windshields and knocking down trees
The Associated Press1 hour ago
In this photo provided by the Turkish Cypriot Activist, Turkish Cypriot breakaway police officers walk in front of the C Star ship docked at Famagusta port in Turkish Cypriots breakaway northern part of the island of Cyprus, Thursday, July 27, 2017. An official says Turkish Cypriot authorities in the breakaway north of ethnically split Cyprus have ordered the captain and crew of a ship chartered by an anti-immigrant group to leave the island after being detained on suspicion of forging the documents of 20 Sri Lankans said to be apprentice sailors. (Turkish Cypriot Activist via AP)
Cyprus: Asylum claims get anti-immigrant group ship ejectedA Cyprus aid group says the captain and crew of a ship chartered by an anti-immigrant group has been ordered to leave the island after being detained on suspicion of forging the documents of 20 Sri Lankans on board
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Turkish parliament passes new bylaws; critics fear muzzlingTurkey's parliament has voted to strip two legislators from the country's pro-Kurdish party of their parliamentary seat for absenteeism
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Branson sells stake in Virgin Atlantic in broader tie-upRichard Branson is selling his majority stake in Virgin Atlantic as part of a broader partnership with Air France-KLM, Delta and China Eastern
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British police say there are "reasonable grounds" to suspect corporate manslaughter in Grenfell Tower fireBritish police say there are "reasonable grounds" to suspect corporate manslaughter in Grenfell Tower fire
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2 ministers leave Swedish Cabinet in wake of security breachIn a bid to avert a government crisis, Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven on Thursday reshuffled his minority Cabinet, replacing two members, after opposition parties demanded the ouster of three government ministers
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FILE - In this Oct.11, 2016 file phot the logos are pictured at he headquarters of Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt, Germany. Deutsche Bank announces its second-quarter earnings on Thursday, July 27, 2017. (AP Photo/Michael Probst, file)
Deutsche Bank: Ex-execs to give up $44.9M in bonusesDeutsche Bank says former top executives have agreed to give up 38.4 million euros ($44.9 million) in disputed bonuses that were withheld while the board of directors raised questions about their responsibility for the bank's legal troubles
The Associated Press3 hours ago
Putin signs law to keep Russian base in SyriaRussian President Putin signs law allowing Russia to keep its air base in Syria for another 49 years
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Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, reacts during a joint media conference with Finnish President Sauli Niinisto in Savonlinna, Eastern Finland, on Thursday July 27, 2017. President Putin pays a working visit to Finland to discuss bilateral and international issues with his Finnish counterpart and to commemorate Finland's 100-year independence. (Martti Kainulainen/Lehtikuva via AP)
Putin in Finland on centenary of independence from RussiaRussian President Vladimir Putin has tried to calm regional fears over joint Russian-Chinese naval maneuvers in the Baltic Sea, where tensions have grown with increased shows of military force by Moscow and NATO
The Associated Press3 hours ago
Connie Yates, mother of critically ill baby Charlie Gard arrives at the Royal Court of Justice in London, Wednesday, July 26, 2017. A British judge is set to rule on where Charlie Gard, a baby with a rare genetic disease, will spend the last days of his life. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
Judge approves plan for Charlie Gard to be sent to hospiceA British judge has ordered that critically ill infant Charlie Gard should be moved from a hospital to a hospice, where he will "inevitably" die within a short time
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Shell preparing for world economy that shifts away from oilRoyal Dutch Shell CEO says the company is working to remain one of the world's biggest energy suppliers even as major economies look past traditional sources like oil
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