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Thousands protest new media restrictions in Poland

Angry Warsaw residents block parliament as they rally against measures that would limit journalist access.

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Germany deports rejected Afghan asylum seekers

More than 30 arrive back in Kabul as part of EU-Afghan repatriation deal, with thousands more due to be returned.

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US accelerates troop deployment to Poland and Baltics

NATO and the US insist military presence is not aimed against anyone, but Russia has threatened measures in response.

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Italy jails boat captain for 2015 refugee deaths

Tunisian Mohammed Ali Malek given 18-year sentence for incident in which only 28 survived out of about 850 on board.

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Romania polls: Centre-left PSD stages sweeping comeback

Social Democratic Party won 46 percent of votes, according to preliminary results, a year after being forced from power.

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Macedonia conservatives headed for slim victory

Ruling coalition gains narrow lead over rivals in election called as part of EU deal to defuse two-year-old crisis.

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UK to ban on 'White Jihad' Neo-Nazi group

National Action, which praised killer of MP Jo Cox and runs a Miss Hitler pageant, added to list of banned groups.

National Action

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Italy: President names Paolo Gentilo new prime minister

Following Matteo Renzi's resignation over referendum defeat, foreign minister is tasked with forming a new government.

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Romanians vote in parliamentary election

Romanians head to the polls a year after a series of scandals forced the government to quit.

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Hundreds of African refugees storm Spain's killer fence

More than 800 people rush border barrier from Morocco into North African enclave of Ceuta with half making it over.

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