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Thursday, October 18, 2018

EUROPE

EUROPE

Spain's state prosecutor is investigating more than 700 Catalan mayors for cooperating with a referendum on independence that has been suspended by a court....

Air passengers across Europe are facing disruption today as air traffic controls go on strike again. Ryanair has cancelled 110 flights as a result of...
Catalonia, Independence

A Spanish judge has ordered police to search a printer’s shop and two offices of a regional newspaper in Catalonia as part of an...

British citizens risk being reduced to a second-class status by controversial Brexit legislation, the Bar Council has said. The organisation, which represents barristers in England...

The Catalonia region's parliament has cleared the way for an independence vote that Spain's government contends is illegal. Catalan lawmakers passed a controversial bill that...

The European Court of Justice has rejected efforts by Hungary and Slovakia to stay out of a European Union scheme meant to relocate refugees. The...
Merkel, Germany

German police are investigating after two tomatoes were thrown at Chancellor Angela Merkel during an election campaign event in the south-western city of Heidelberg. Police...

Proposals for new restrictions to cut numbers of low-skilled migrants from Europe following Brexit have been revealed in a leaked Home Office paper. The...

Pope Francis has said he used to have weekly sessions with a psychoanalyst to "clarify some things". The revelation came in a dozen conversations Francis...

European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has delivered a fresh rebuke to Theresa May over her Government's handling of the Brexit process. Mr Juncker said official...