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#Armenia rejects protests' demand over power price hike

Days of protests against plans to increase electricity tariffs continue, raising fears of political turmoil.

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#Bosnia grants landmark pay-out to wartime rape victim

Court awards first ever compensation to rape victim during war in which some estimates say 35,00 women were raped.

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#Armenia protesters block road for third night

Thousands of demonstrators face off with police in demonstration against planned price hike on electricity.

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#Greece crunch talks resume as debt deadline looms

Greece could default on a $1.8bn payment if no deal with creditors is reached in Brussels.

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#France says US spying on presidents is 'unacceptable'

Office of President Hollande says "it will not tolerate" acts by a foreign government that threaten France's security.

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Tsipras 'slams #Greece creditors' ahead of bailout talks

PM reportedly says European creditors have not accepted Greece's bailout proposals, as he prepares for emergency talks.

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Clashes between rival Kurds in #Turkey turn deadly

Head of aid group linked to Kurdish party shot dead in Diyarbakir, triggering clashes that leave three others dead.

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Dutch court orders state to slash carbon emissions

Activists welcome decision to order Netherlands to slash greenhouse gas emissions by at least 25 percent by 2020.

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#Russia extends tit-for-tat sanctions against West

Moscow extends ban on food imports from West days after EU prolonged economic sanctions against Russia over Ukraine.

Vladimir Putin

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#Hungary suspends EU rule on asylum seekers

Hungary will no more accept that migrants’ claim should be processed in the EU country they first arrive in.

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