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Europe
26.08.2016
Istanbul (dpa) - President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the prime minister and a host of other Turkish leaders took part Friday in an opening ceremony of a new bridge which connects the Asian and European sides of Istanbul, spanning the Bosporus.The project, in the north of the city, is one of many infrastructure developments in which Erdogan takes great pride and serves in political campaigns.Television
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Europe
26.08.2016
Stockholm (dpa) - A Norwegian court Friday rescheduled a hearing in the appeal case of mass killer Anders Behring Breivik, who claims he is subjected to prison conditions that violate his human rights.The Borgarting Court of Appeal initially planned
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Europe
26.08.2016
Moscow (dpa) - Slovakia‘s Prime Minister Robert Fico denounced the European Union‘s sanctions against Russia on Friday after meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin the previous evening."Personally, I think it‘s time to
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Europe
26.08.2016
Brussels (dpa) - European Parliament President Martin Schulz is to visit Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara next week, his office announced Friday, making him one of the highest-ranking EU politicians to travel to the country since the
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Europe
26.08.2016
"We often feel like they‘re out to pursue their own objectives. Of course every nation has that right, but we do expect, to a certain degree, a willingness to compromise on certain issues."Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski argues
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Europe
26.08.2016
Warsaw (dpa) - Germany can be too egotistical when negotiating foreign policy, Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski told dpa on Friday, ahead of Chancellor Angela Merkel‘s arrival in Warsaw."We often feel like they‘re out to
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Europe
26.08.2016
Hanover, Germany (dpa) - German carmaker Volkswagen is conseridering taking stakes in its suppliers, the head of its powerful work council told dpa, after a supplier dispute interrupted production at four plants earlier this week."The experience in
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Europe
26.08.2016
Berlin (dpa) - More than half of Germans are in favour of a blanket ban on full-face veils, a poll released Friday showed.Though Germany‘s Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere has stopped short of proposing an all-out ban, his government is
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