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Europe
27.03.2015
Istanbul (dpa) - Turkey‘s parliament approved legislation on Friday strengthening and expanding the police‘s powers to carry out searches without warrants, make arrests and open fire, the state-run Anadolu news agency reported.Rights groups have warned the new powers and lack of judicial oversight could lead to abuses, noting that the police have a problematic history.Opposition
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Europe
27.03.2015
Istanbul (dpa) - A Turkish man was handed a prison sentence of 13 year and nine month for insulting the national flag during a protest in the predominantly-Kurdish south-east of the country, local media reported Friday.Prosecutors had accused the man
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Europe
27.03.2015
Mainz, Germany (dpa) - More than three-quarters of Germans would not countenance paying additional World War II reparations to Greece, according to poll results released Friday.According to the Politbarometer poll by German state broadcaster ZDF, 78
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Europe
27.03.2015
Berlin (dpa) - Legislation to toughen rent control passed its final hurdle Friday as German home prices continued to rise.The centre-left Social Democratic Party (SPD) had insisted on the new restrictions as part of its conditions for joining a
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Europe
27.03.2015
Brussels (dpa) - The European Union again included Hamas on its latest terrorism blacklist, published Friday, after challenging a court ruling that the Palestinian Islamist group had been falsely listed.The blacklist imposes EU asset freezes and
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Europe
27.03.2015
Hanover (dpa) - Gerhard Schroeder, Germany‘s chancellor from 1998 to 2005, has separated from Doris Schroeder-Koepf, his fourth wife, sources associated with her told dpa on Friday.The ex-chancellor, 70, and Schroeder-Koepf, 51, had been a
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Europe
27.03.2015
Berlin (dpa) - A controversial bill imposing a road charge for cars was adopted Friday by Germany‘s Bundestag parliament, but opponents charged that it would create unnecessary bureaucracy.Car owners will have to pay the annual levy of 130
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Europe
27.03.2015
Lausanne, Switzerland (dpa) - The chief diplomats of European powers were set to join their US and Iranian colleagues at the weekend in a last-minute effort to reach a deal on Iran‘s nuclear programme by Tuesday.British Foreign Secretary Philip
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