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France open mosque days hailed but racism fears remain

Non-Muslims visit mosques across the country to foster integration as France marks anniversary of Charlie Hebdo attacks.

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German minister: Cologne attacks may be coordinated

As the number of complaints rise, justice minister says assaults on women seem to have been coordinated or prepared.

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Rival groups protest in Germany over sex assaults

Angela Merkel proposes tougher laws on criminal asylum seekers as protests turn violent in Cologne.

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'Mein Kampf' on sale again in Germany

Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' is back on sale in Germany amid much controversy, discussion and criticism.

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German police chief sacked over sexual assaults

Cologne police head faced criticism for his force's response to New Year's Eve attacks and robberies by groups of men.

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Kosovo protesters clash with police over Serbia deal

Several thousand ethnic Albanians protest against EU-brokered deal that will give ethnic Serbs greater local powers.

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Germany weighs deportations after sexual assaults

Critics of Merkel's stance towards refugees seize on speculation about nationalities of perpetrators in Cologne attacks.

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Polish president signs media law despite major concerns

Many, including EU leaders, fear move is step towards taking full control of state radio and television.

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Man with knife shot dead at Paris police station

Knife-wielding man with fake explosives killed after entering police station on anniversary of Charlie Hebdo attack.

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Twitter sues Turkey over 'terror propaganda' fine

Social media giant argues $50,000 fine slapped on it for not removing content goes against Turkish law.

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