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Austria files legal complaint over German espionage
Dozens reported drowned as rubber boat sinks in Mediterranean
Up to 40 migrants are reported to have drowned after a rubber boat they were traveling on appeared to lose air. Almost 200 other fellow migrants who witnessed the tragedy have arrived in Italy.
French lawmakers vote for sweeping powers to spy on citizens
French lawmakers have approved a new law that gives the state extensive powers to spy on citizens. The bill has been criticized by civil libertarians, but gained wider support in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attacks.
National Front patriarch Le Pen urges daughter to change name
The founder of the French National Front Jean-Marie Le Pen has said he was "ashamed" that his daughter Marine still carries his last name. The family feud threatens to split the far-right party after his suspension.
Former IRA commander Gerard 'Jock' Davison shot dead in Northern Ireland
Belfast police have identified a man who was shot dead as ex-IRA commander Gerard "Jock" Davison, who was implicated in one of the group's most notorious killings of later years. Davison was found dead outside his home.
'IS' claims responsibility for Texas attack
The "Islamic State" group has claimed responsibility for Sunday's fatal shooting in Texas. The group has threatened "bigger and more bitter" terror strikes.
Saudi border town hit by Houthi shelling amid GCC summit in Riyadh
Yemen's Houthi rebels have shelled Najran, a Saudi border town, hitting schools, hospitals, and houses. Following the attack, French President Francois Hollande announced his support for Gulf countries at the GCC summit.
Greece blames disagreement between EU, IMF for stalled talks
The Greek government has said that differences between the EU and the IMF are to blame for the delay in debt negotiations. Both sides, however, have appeared confident that a final deal is within reach.
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