Turkey 'cannot become a member of the EU', says EPP leader Manfred Weber

Turkey 'cannot become a member of the EU', says EPP leader Manfred Weber

"We should be honest and that includes that Turkey cannot become a member of the European Union," Manfred Weber told Euronews on Tuesday.
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Mounir Baatour says there has been a “positive” reaction to his campaign to become Tunisia's first openly gay president.
Kosovo Prime Minister steps down

Kosovo Prime Minister steps down

Ramush Haradinaj has resigned due to a new court summons and president Vucic has labelled it a 'political trick' intended to fuel ethnic tensions.
'Vase of Flowers' : Germany returns painting stolen by the Nazis to the Uffizi Gallery

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'Vase of Flowers' by the Dutch master Jan van Huysum has been returned to Italy after being stolen by German soldiers in 1943.
Italy 'overtakes France in tourism stakes'

Italy 'overtakes France in tourism stakes'

Italy had more overnight stays by foreign nationals than tourist hotspot France, it's been claimed.
New EU chief von der Leyen 'will allow Brussels and Washington to reset relationship'

New EU chief von der Leyen 'will allow Brussels and Washington to reset relationship'

Ursula von der Leyen's appointment as new European Commission chief will allow Brussels and Washington to reset their relationship.
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Ukraine parliamentary election: What you need to know

Lack of support in parliament has meant the newly-elected president, former comedian Volodymyr Zelenskyi, has been unable to enact his agenda or appoint cabinet ministers, which have to be approved by lawmakers.
Moon landing anniversary: How did the historic space race play out?

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Iran says it's seized a British-flagged tanker in the Strait of Hormuz

Iran says it's seized a British-flagged tanker in the Strait of Hormuz

A British-flagged tanker was seized in the Strait of Hormuz on Friday, according to statements from the ship's owner and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.
Earthquake hits near the Greek capital, Athens

Earthquake hits near the Greek capital, Athens

A 5.1 magnitude earthquake hit in a suburb 23 kilometres northwest of Athens on Friday, the non-profit European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre said.
Watch: Once-in-a-generation winemakers' festival kicks off in Switzerland

Watch: Once-in-a-generation winemakers' festival kicks off in Switzerland

The Fête des Vignerons began in 1797 and has developed from an annual street parade into a globally-recognised extravaganza.
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The trailer for Tom Hooper's cinematic adaptation of "Cats" has provoked strong reactions online.
US warns it will destroy any Iranian drone too close to its ships

US warns it will destroy any Iranian drone too close to its ships

The United States has warned it will bring down any Iranian drones that fly too close to its ships, following a string of incidents on the world's most vital oil shipping route.
How is Iraqi cellist Karim Wasfi using music to fight terrorism?

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License to influence: UAE law regulates social media players

License to influence: UAE law regulates social media players

In a bid to regulate the social media marketing industry, the UAE has made licenses for commercialised influencers mandatory.
North Africa’s first tattoo school revives an old tradition in Tunisia

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Watch: Vienna zoo presents artificially-conceived baby elephant

Watch: Vienna zoo presents artificially-conceived baby elephant

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Polish newspaper criticised over plans to print 'LGBT free zone' stickers

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A newspaper in Poland has ignited a debate after announcing a plan to print "LGBT free-zone" stickers with its next issue.
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Podemos votes to support Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, only if the party receives key cabinet roles.
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Dutch top court rules Netherlands partially responsible for deaths of Muslim men in Srebrenica

Dutch top court rules Netherlands partially responsible for deaths of Muslim men in Srebrenica

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Finland's open prisons: A model for the rest of Europe?

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30 per cent of all Finnish prisoners serve sentences in open prisons.
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Dozens die in suspected arson attack in Japan, marking country's worst mass killing in decades

Dozens die in suspected arson attack in Japan, marking country's worst mass killing in decades

At least 33 people have been killed and 10 are in a critical condition after a suspected arson attack at an animation studio in Kyoto.
Pregnant migrant in Hungary 'given 17-guard escort to check-up'

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