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France hails Malian hero who saved toddler from Paris balcony

Migrant Mamoudou Gassama was filmed racing up an apartment building to save a dangling toddler about to fall.

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Spain: Hundreds of people rescued from the Mediterranean sea

At least 6,872 people have been rescued while trying to enter Spain by sea so far this year, according to the IOM.

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Italy: PM-designate gives up bid to form populist government

Giuseppe Conte abandons his mandate to form a new government after meeting with President Sergio Mattarella.

Giuseppe Conte

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Turkey slams Germany for allowing pro-Kurdish rally in Cologne

Turkish foreign ministry calls Berlin's move 'the latest example of double standards' by Germany.

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Albanian opposition demands prime minister to resign

Albania opposition stages rally with thousands accusing the government of having links to organised crime.

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Berlin: Thousands gather for far-right AfD and counterrallies

An estimated 20,000 counter-protesters took to the streets of Berlin on Sunday to demonstrate against an AfD rally.

AfD is Germany's main opposition party

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Polls close in Irish referendum on abortion

Exit poll says Ireland votes overwhelmingly to liberalise some of Europe's strictest abortion laws.

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Iran seeks guarantees as JCPOA signatories meet to save deal

Iran wants economic assurances to stay in nuclear deal and calls for specifics on how that would happen by end of May.

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GDPR: European tech firms struggle with new data protection law

Smaller organisations and companies are finding it difficult to meet the demands of the new law and face hefty fines if they get it wrong.

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Netherlands, Australia formally accuse Russia of downing MH17

Russia slams 'discrediting' bid after Netherlands and Australia say it's liable for 2014 downing of jet that killed 298.

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Central European countries to boycott Brussels' migration meeting

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UK's Theresa May comes out against US child separation policy

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Italy's Salvini causes outrage over Roma census plan

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May 2018 was the world’s 'fourth-warmest' May on record

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Bosnian police block migrants from reaching EU member Croatia

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Germany: Interior minister gives Merkel ultimatum on migrants

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