French voters put President Emmanuel Macron's party on course for a crushing parliamentary majority, though a record low turnout in the first round of voting raised concerns Monday over the strength of his future mandate.
Macron headed for huge majority, but low turnout a concern
June 11 marks the fist the day of the European Union’s visa waiver program for Ukraine which means Ukrainian nationals will no longer require visas to travel to Europe.
Hundreds of Ukrainians cross border into EU on first day of visa-free access
Twelve people, six of them police officers, were injured after a Molotov cocktail was hurled into and exploded at a restaurant in the French capital.
12 people injured in Paris Molotov cocktail attack
Several thousand demonstrators, including Pep Guardiola, the revered former manager of the city's football club, rallied in Barcelona on Sunday to support the Catalonia independence referendum called for October 1.
Thousands rally in Barcelona for Catalan independence vote
The United States' partners in the G7 club of wealthy democracies vowed Sunday to pursue efforts to curb climate change despite a rift caused by the United States' withdrawal from the Paris accord.
No sign of healing in G7 climate change rift
Kosovars voted on Sunday in snap parliamentary elections, hoping to elect a government that can improve the Balkan state's impoverished economy and make progress in joining the European Union.
Kosovo holds snap elections with economy in focus
British Prime Minister Theresa May was seeking a deal with a small Northern Irish party on Sunday to stay in power after losing her party's parliamentary majority in a catastrophic electoral gamble just days before Brexit talks are set to start.
British PM seeks deal with Northern Irish party to cling to power
French voters went back to the polls on Sunday for the first round of parliamentary elections that are tipped to give President Emmanuel Macron's centrist party a commanding majority.
Macron eyes victory as French vote in parliamentary elections
A car has rammed into a crowd of people in the Dutch capital, Amsterdam, in an incident that the police say is not terrorist-related.
Car rams into people in Dutch capital, 8 injured
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has warned that a row between Qatar and its Arab neighbors of the Persian Gulf region could end in a war.
German FM warns Qatar standoff could end in war

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