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PARIS The death of a French policeman, who was run over and killed by a convicted criminal, was denounced on Sunday by the interior minister...

VIENNA Austria is one Europe’s richest countries, yet the hills are alive not with optimism but with worries about the economy, boosting the far-right candidate...

COPENHAGEN It may be past its sell-by date, but for many Danes it’s a tasty proposition: A supermarket in Copenhagen selling surplus food has proved...

LONDON Britons wanting to retain benefits of European Union membership after the country leaves could pay Brussels for individual citizenship, European Parliament’s lead Brexit negotiator...

PARIS Francois Fillon, an unabashed rightwinger promising radical economic reforms, is hoping for another clear win over his rival Alain Juppe in Sunday’s run-off round...

PARIS French President Francois Hollande should contest a Socialist primary to pick the party’s candidate for next year’s presidential election, a leading Socialist said on...

BRUSSELS Germany’s Martin Schulz said on Thursday he would step down as head of the European Parliament and return to national politics in elections next...

MOSCOW/KIEV Moscow protested against Ukraine’s plans to carry out missile tests near Crimea, which Russia annexed in 2014 following the toppling of a pro-Russian Ukrainian...

BERLIN The European Union and Turkey must honour their commitments to each other, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday, in a bid to cool...

PARIS French investigators probing the death of controversial British photographer David Hamilton believe he may have killed himself, an inquiry source said on Saturday, just...