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#Ukraine troops killed in fresh attack in east

Ukrainian militaryThree members of the Ukrainian military have been killed after pro-Russian separatists attacked their post near the eastern flashpoint city of Slovyansk with small arms and mortar fire, a military spokesman said.

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#Vatican defrocks top archbishop for child sex

The Vatican's former ambassador to the Dominican Republic has been convicted by a Roman Catholic Church tribunal of sex abuse and has been defrocked in the first such sentence handed down against a top papal representative.

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EU issues ultimatum to #Russia over #Ukraine

European Union leaders have given Russia three days to change policy on Ukraine or face the prospect of tougher sanctions.

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#Ukraine rebels free four OSCE observers

Rebels in southeast Ukraine have released four out of eight international observers captured over a month ago, in an apparent goodwill gesture that could help pave the way to a resolution of the conflict that has so far claimed hundreds of lives.

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EU leaders nominate Juncker for president

Jean-Claude JunckerEuropean Union leaders have nominated Jean-Claude Juncker for European Commission president by an overwhelming majority over the fierce objections of David Cameron, UK prime minister, who has called it "a bad day for Europe".

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#Ukraine leader seeks Putin action over crisis

Ukraine's president has sought urgent talks with his Russian counterpart after rebels shot down an army helicopter despite a ceasefire.

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#NATO allies agree to boost military budgets

NATO allies are boosting their military spending in Europe and are preparing to impose greater sanctions against Russia unless it withdraws its forces from the Ukrainian border and stops the flow of weapons to separatists.

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Court moves closer to Spanish princess trial

A Spanish judge has ruled that King Felipe VI's sister, Princess Cristina, and her husband must face fraud charges, opening the way to a criminal trial.

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French doctor cleared over euthanasia deaths

A French doctor who was charged over the deaths of seven terminally ill patients has been acquitted.

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UK PM apologises for hiring phone-hack editor

David Cameron has said he was wrong to hire Andy Coulsen as his media chief in 2007 after the former editor of a Rupert Murdoch tabloid was found guilty of being part of a phone-hacking conspiracy.

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