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BfV: Russia is trying to destabilise Germany

Moscow targets EU's biggest economy with disinformation campaign and hacking ahead of 2017 election, Germany says.

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Greeks strike against 'repressive austerity'

Civil servants, bank staff, merchant seamen and others shut down the country to oppose new pay cuts and taxes.

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Early elections possible as Italy's Renzi steps down

Far-right leaders call for early elections or threaten to "take to the streets" as Matteo Renzi resigns as Italy's PM.

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Angela Merkel: Full-face veil must be banned in Germany

German leader seeks her party's support ahead of election, promising tougher refugee policy and calling for a veil ban.

Angela Merkel

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Bernard Cazeneuve named French PM as Valls quits

Manuel Valls announces presidential run just days after President Hollande, also a Socialist, said he would not run.

Bernard Cazeneuve

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UK government report slams migration 'failures'

Government-commissioned report raises concerns about lack of integration among local communities in the UK.

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PM Matteo Renzi vows to resign after referendum defeat

Italian PM says he will step down after voters rejected his constitutional reform plan.

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PM Renzi's future at stake in Italy referendum vote

Italians vote to decide if reforms will be carried out to reduce role of the Senate and cut back on provincial powers.

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Austria's Norbert Hofer defeated in presidential race

Green Party's Alexander Van der Bellen defeats right-wing candidate Hofer in a re-run of the presidential runoff in May.

Alexander Van der Bellen

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Divided Austria votes in rerun of presidential contest

Alexander Van der Bellen faces off anew with Norbert Hofer who could become the EU's first far-right head of state.

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