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Italy's premier-designate Conte leaps into social mediaItaly's premier-designate Conte leaps into social media, following the 5-Star strategy
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Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy on the ropes over party graft caseSpanish opposition parties launched Friday a fierce campaign to end the conservative government of Mariano Rajoy after courts ruled that his Popular Party profited from a large kickbacks-for-contracts scheme
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Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum in St. Petersburg, Russia, Friday, May 25, 2018. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
Putin says sanctions cause the global economy to sufferPutin says politically motivated sanctions cause the global economy to suffer
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A woman holding a baby casts her vote at a polling station as the country goes to the polls to vote in the referendum on the 8th Amendment of the Irish Constitution, in Dublin, Friday, May 25, 2018. Voters throughout Ireland have begun casting votes in a referendum that may lead to a loosening of the country's strict ban on most abortions. (Niall Carson/PA via AP)
The Latest: Activists welcome Irish returning home to voteSupporters of liberalizing Ireland's strict abortion ban have given an ecstatic welcome to those Irish people abroad who have travelled home to vote in the country's historic referendum on abortion.
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French government takes on railway company debt amid strikesThe French government has agreed to take on 35 billion euros ($40.8 billion) in debt from the national railway company SNCF as it seeks to end months-long rolling strikes.
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Turkey: 51 suspected IS militants detained in raidsPolice say at least 51 suspected Islamic State militants have been detained in simultaneous raids around Istanbul
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German prosecutors indict Syrian who fought for IS, othersGerman prosecutors say they are formally charging a 24-year-old Syrian man suspected of fighting for the Islamic State and other extremist groups in his home country
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Turkey: Rapper arrested accused of encouraging drug useTurkey's state-run news agency says authorities have arrested a popular rap artist on charges of inciting drug use
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The Latest: Russia wants its position heard over MH17Russia's foreign minister says he has urged his Dutch counterpart to study facts presented by Moscow before rushing to blame Russia for the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17
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In this Monday, May 21, 2018, photo, Sue Wilkins, director of education at The International Museum of World War II, holds a 1945 newspaper photograph at the museum, in Natick, Mass., that shows Fern Corbett, 24, working as a window washer 10 floors above a Minneapolis street during World War II. Corbett worked as her company's stenographer before filling in as a window washer due to the absence of male workers during the war. The photograph is part of a new exhibit called: "Women in WWII: On the Home Fronts and the Battlefronts" that explores the important and unconventional roles women played in every large nation that fought in World War II. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)
From snipers to moms: World War II exhibit focuses on womenFrom snipers to moms and window washers, this new World War II exhibit focuses on the roles of women worldwide
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French defense ministry suspects 2 secret agents of treasonFrance's defense ministry says two retired members of its secret services are suspected of being double agents for an unnamed foreign power
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Police operation in Paris to arrest garbage collectorsParis police say two garbage collectors have been arrested after they stole a waste truck in order to discharge it in front of French President Emmanuel Macron's party headquarters
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Iran seeks assurances on nuclear deal after US pulloutThe Iranian government wants assurances that economic incentives that were part of a landmark deal to stop the country developing nuclear weapons will be protected, despite the U.S. withdrawal and threat of sanctions against companies who trade with Iran
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AP Explains: What's changing under new data privacy rulesNew data and privacy rules take effect in Europe on Friday, clarifying rights that people have over how companies around the world collect and analyze personal data for targeted advertising and other tasks
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Memorial recalls the dead, but few at NATO know their namesMemorial recalls the dead, but few at NATO know the names of those killed in service
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