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
A new study has shown that alcohol drinkers in the United Kingdom get drunk more than any other nationality in the world.
UK drinkers intoxicated once a week, top global ranks: Study
British Defense Secretary Penny Mordaunt, who took the position two weeks ago, has used her maiden speech to plead for more military funding by citing Russia and China as threats, following what has become a trend in the UK’s foreign policy of recent months.
In quest for bigger military budget, UK’s new defense chief speaks of Russian, Chinese threats
A political analyst from New York believes that the United Kingdom is only serving the military interests o the United States by spending more money on American weaponry.
Britain a military fig leaf for American adventures: Analyst
Italy’s ruling parties intend to relaunch their coalition after next week’s European elections, sources from both parties say, but it may not be easy after attacking each other for weeks during a bitter campaign.
Italy coalition aims to heal its wounds after bitter EU vote race faced a social media backlash in India on Thursday after toilet seat covers and other items with images of Hindu gods were spotted on the US retailer’s website, making #BoycottAmazon the country’s top trending topic on Twitter.
Amazon faces backlash in India for selling shoes, rugs with images of Hindu gods
The European Union will provide Irish beef farmers with 50 million euros of exceptional aid to compensate for the fall in beef prices suffered as a result of the Brexit process, the European Commission’s agriculture chief Phil Hogan said.
EU to compensate Irish beef farmers for Brexit price hit
Bob Hawke, a transformative and charismatic left-wing lawmaker with a “larrikin’ streak who served as Australian prime minister from 1983 to 1991, died on Thursday aged 89, his Labor party said.
Australia's 'larrikin' former prime minister Bob Hawke dies at 89

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