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Top German state politicians receive far-right death threats

Death threats have been sent to Green lawmaker Dirk Adams and to an ally of Angela Merkel, Mike Mohring, in the eastern state of Thuringia ahead of elections. At least one threat ended with "Heil Hitler." Reported by Deutsche Welle

UK Speaker refuses vote on latest Brexit deal. What happens next?

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been dealt a fresh blow when the speaker of parliament denied him a second shot at getting his Brexit deal passed just 10 days before the deadline. Reported by SBS

Macron’s EU accession veto is a historic mistake

Bloc should open talks with North Macedonia and Albania, then reform itself Reported by FT

Erdogan spokesman: Europeans 'should be thankful to our soldiers'

The Turkish and Russian presidents are meeting in Sochi as the five-day cease-fire expires. In a DW interview, Ibrahim Kalin spoke about his country's aims in the Syria conflict and what to expect from the meeting. Reported by Deutsche Welle

German prosecutors probe German dialysis firm Fresenius

Personnel of Frensenius Medical Care, the German maker of dialysis machines and products, are facing bribery probes, say Frankfurt prosecutors. Hospital staff in 17 countries were allegedly enticed between 2007 and 2016. Reported by Deutsche Welle

French veil debate uncovers schism on religion

Controversy over mother who wore hijab on a school field trip prompts row Reported by FT

Abortion: NI politicians' bid to halt law changes fails

Legislation is set to change at midnight, leaving Northern Ireland with what critics say would be Europe's most liberal abortion laws. Reported by BBC News

By looking after senior citizens, Spanish village boosts jobs and birth rate

What if providing better care to senior citizens was a concrete solution to rural exodus? The Spanish village of Pescueza has made this a priority. Investing in the happiness of its elders has helped create jobs and, ultimately, new families. Our France 2 colleagues report, with FRANCE ... Reported by France 24

MPs must back this deal or force an election

The lack of any decision is intensifying public contempt — it is time to end the impasse Reported by FT

Three Kurdish former mayors arrested in Turkey

Ankara cracks down on opposition to military operation across Syrian border Reported by FT

Toulouse woman goes on trial accused of dismembering co-worker

The 55-year-old suspect is accused of killing a colleague and throwing body parts in a French canal. Reported by BBC News

Brexit: MPs' vote on deal ruled out by Speaker John Bercow

John Bercow says the plan was put to the Commons on Saturday and it would be "disorderly" to debate it again. Reported by BBC News

German ministers: Brexit extension a possibility

Members of the German Cabinet have said they’re open to the idea of a short, technical extension to Brexit - if necessary. The European Parliament is set to decide on whether to back the deal. Reported by Deutsche Welle

Prince William 'worried' about Harry after ITV interview

A Kensington Palace source tells the BBC that Prince William thinks Harry is "in a fragile place". Reported by BBC News

Abortion in Northern Ireland set to be decriminalized

The UK region's strict abortion law is set to change after politicians in London stepped in to legislate to end decades of discrimination against British and Irish women there. The legislation dates back to 1861. Reported by Deutsche Welle

Germany may have entered recession in September, says central bank

Trade war, Brexit uncertainty and car industry woes continued during the third quarter Reported by FT

Spanish rescuers battle to reach trapped cavers

Four members of a Portuguese climbing club are cut off by flooding in a cave network in Cantabria. Reported by BBC News

Dementia in football: Ex-players three and a half times more likely to die of condition

Former professional footballers are three and a half times more likely to die of dementia than people of the same age range in the general population, according to new research. Reported by BBC News

Introducing Trade Secrets: new expert analysis on the twists and turns in trade

UK’s post-Brexit challenge; last orders for US drinks importers; Trump and the WTO Reported by FT

Only a Locked Door Stopped a Massacre at a German Synagogue

The gunman who fatally shot two people made clear that he chose his target intending to kill as many Jews as possible and that he hoped to impress extremists beyond Germany. Reported by NYTimes

French architect Jean Nouvel sues Paris's Philharmonie concert hall

Top architect Jean Nouvel is suing one of his former clients, the Philharmonie concert hall in Paris, in a dispute over the cost of building the venue, which opened in 2015. Reported by France 24

Spain set to exhume ex-dictator Franco's remains

Following a landmark ruling by the Supreme Court last month, Spain has set a date to remove the remains of former fascist dictator Francisco Franco from a state mausoleum. Reported by Deutsche Welle

Swiss voters shift decisively towards green parties

Rise of environmental agenda deals blow to hard right after years of advance Reported by FT

Kurds leave key Syria town in boost to US-Turkey deal

Erdogan to also discuss fate of Kobani and Manbij with Putin on Tuesday Reported by FT

Swiss election: Green parties 'make historic gains'

Greens make gains in Sunday's poll as the right-wing SVP suffers a setback, early projections show. Reported by BBC News

German universities 'urgently need infrastructure investment'

German universities are trying to make it on the world stage as part of a federal-funded "excellence initiative." But a lack of investment in infrastructure may undermine their desire for elite status. Reported by Deutsche Welle


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