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Nigel Farage to EU Parliament: ‘You’re not laughing now’

Nigel Farage told fellow MEPs "you're not laughing now" as he was barracked and booed at an emergency meeting of the European Parliament to...

UK Labour party to hold vote of no confidence on leader Jeremy Corbyn tomorrow

The British Labour party will hold a vote of no confidence on leader Jeremy Corbyn tomorrow, following more than 20 resignations from his top...

Man due in court charged with killing of politician Jo Cox

The man charged with the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox, will appear in court in England today. Mrs Cox, 41, died after being shot...

Greek parliament passes reform bill full of bailout measures

Greece's parliament on Sunday passed an omnibus reform bill providing for tax hikes, more austerity reform and a new privatisation superfund, which will manage...

Canada brings in assisted suicide law, but only for its own citizens

Canada has introduced a new assisted suicide law that will only apply to Canadians and residents. Visitors will be excluded under the proposed law announced...

David Cameron: I have got nothing to hide about my financial arrangements

David Cameron said he did not have "anything to hide" about his financial affairs as he revealed that he and his wife sold shares...

Egypt’s first parliament in three years convenes

Egypt’s first legislature in more than three years, a 596-seat chamber packed with supporters of president Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, has convened. The assembly, elected in November...

Anti-war protesters outside Westminster react angrily to UK’s decision to bomb Syria

Anti-war protesters have reacted with anger and disappointment to the decision by British MPs to bomb Islamic State in Syria. A crowd of about 100...

Egyptians begin voting for new parliament

Egyptians are voting in the nation’s first parliamentary election since the military’s 2013 ousting of Egypt’s first freely elected president. Egyptians residing abroad began voting...

Kosovo opposition ‘uses tear gas to disrupt parliament’

Opposition politicians angry at Kosovo’s recent deals with Serbia and Montenegro have set off tear gas canisters in parliament, forcing the suspension of the...

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