Swiss voters agreed on Sunday to adopt tighter gun controls in line with changes to European Union rules, heading off a clash with Brussels, projections for Swiss broadcaster SRF showed.
TV: Swiss voters approve tighter gun control
British Prime Minister Theresa May said she will present a "new, bold offer" to lawmakers with "an improved package of measures" in a final attempt to get the Brexit divorce deal through Parliament before she leaves office.
May to make 'new, bold offer' in Brexit bill, Labour skeptical
A new poll has shown that former British foreign minister Boris Johnson is the clear favorite to replace Prime Minister Theresa May as she is due to announce her resignation timetable early next month.
Boris Johnson clear favorite to become next UK PM: poll
Austrian Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache, a key figure of the European far-right, has resigned after explosive revelations from a hidden camera sting, just days before key European Union (EU) elections.
Head of Austria's far-right FPOe steps down over alleged corruption scandal
Austrian Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache, a key figure of the European far-right, resigned on Saturday after explosive revelations from a hidden camera sting, just days before key EU elections.
Austria minister Strache resigns amid video scandal
Iran’s ambassador to London dismissed Britain's travel warning for dual UK-Iranian nationals, saying all citizens are safe during their visit provided that they do not work for foreign intelligence agencies.
Envoy rejects UK warning for Iranians not to visit Iran
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said Europe is convinced that Washington’s strategy of maximum pressure on Iran will not work.
German FM: EU convinced US maximum pressure won’t work on Iran
Austrian parliament has approved a law to ban Muslim girls from wearing headscarf in primary schools.
Austria's parliament approves ban on Muslim headscarves at primary schools
Britain's Labour opposition pulled the plug Friday on six weeks of Brexit compromise talks with Prime Minister Theresa May, blaming her evaporating authority as her premiership nears its death throes.
Talks to end Brexit deadlock collapse
Foreign ministers from the Council of Europe, the continent’s chief human rights watchdog, reached an agreement on Friday that opens the way for Russia to return to the organization, resolving a dispute that began after Crimea’s reunification with the country.
Ministers agree on Russia return to rejoin Europe's human rights body

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