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Mainstream Relief as Leftist Candidate Wins in Austria
Left-leaning Alexander Van der Bellen triumphed over his right-wing rival Sunday in the vote for Austria's presidency, a victory welcomed by moderate politicians across Europe as a blow against the populist forces looking to weaken the European Union
Ukraine's Leader Urges EU to Extend Sanctions Against Russia
Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko has urged the European Union to extend sanctions against Russia, which he says continues its armed aggression in eastern Ukraine against international agreements
EU Leader Expects Bloc to Extend Sanctions on Russia in 2017
European Council President Donald Tusk says he thinks the European Union will extend sanctions against Russia, but that it will be harder to preserve the West's unity on Moscow when Donald Trump is U.S. president
UK Denies 'Have Cake and Eat It' Note Is Brexit Policy
The British government denies its strategy for exiting the European Union has been leaked through a set of handwritten notes suggesting the U.K.'s aim is to "have cake and eat it."
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Polish President Dies in Plane Crash in 2010
APRIL 10, 2010: The plane crash killed most of Poland's top leaders including President Leah Kaczynski.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, Other World Leaders Congratulate President-Elect Donald Trump
World leaders are sending congratulations and messages to Donald Trump after news of him winning the presidency broke today. Here's what they had to say: Vladimir Putin, President of Russia Putin congratulated Donald Trump on winning the U.S. presidential election in a telegram today, according to
Terror Attack on Nice: 84 Dead After Grenade-Filled Truck Plows Into Crowd
Eighty-four people -- including several children -- died in the French city of Nice after a terrorist plowed a truck, which was "loaded with" grenades and other arms, into a large crowd during Bastille Day celebrations Thursday night, according to officials and the French president. As of 8 a.m.
Brexit Turmoil Grips UK Amid Leadership Squabbles
British politicians experienced a weekly address in Parliament like no other, with a prime minister who is stepping down and an opposition leader whose own party is trying to force him out. A majority of Labour Party members of Parliament (MPs) have backed a motion of no-confidence in their leader
EU Leaders Push for Brexit 'Divorce' in Meeting With UK's David Cameron
Anxious European Union leaders today urged U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron to "start the divorce process" in his first meeting with them since last week’s Brexit vote. "Europe is ready to start the divorce process, even today, without any enthusiasm, as you can imagine," summit host, E.U.
United Kingdom Votes to Leave European Union
The United Kingdom voted in a referendum Thursday to leave the European Union , according to the United Kingdom Electoral Commission. The “Leave” side garnered 51.9 percent of the vote, while the “Remain” side garnered 48.1 percent, according to the commission. The financial markets reacted quickly