Two more violent deaths have occurred overnight in the southern French city of Marseille, known for its turf wars for control of the drug trade, officials say.
2 killed in shooting in France's Marseille
Russian President Vladimir Putin says that the United States' move to impose "unilateral" sanctions against Iran will result in "harmful" consequences.
US unilateral sanctions on Iran harmful: Russia's Putin
Some 1,400 minor girls are annually blackmailed into sex slavery in the Netherlands by male traffickers, a new report says.
‘1,400 girls forced into sex slavery in Holland each year’
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is planning to visit North Korea, in a development announced more than two weeks before a summit is supposed to be held between the leaders of the United States and North Korea.
Russia’s Lavrov due in North Korea ahead of Trump-Kim summit
Russia’s giant energy company Gazprom, which is involved in massive gas exports to Europe, has reached an agreement with European Union antitrust regulators, in what could settle long-running disputes over the company’s pricing mechanisms and its reluctance to allow competition in Eastern Europe.
Russia’s Gazprom settles dispute with EU antitrust bodies
People around the world beset by drought, heatwaves, rising seas and storm surges made worse by global warming are calling for "climate justice," and many are pleading their case in court.
Group takes EU to court over climate change
A senior official from Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has again blasted the German government for refusing to allow Turkish politicians to campaign for the June election, saying that ban is a sign of deficit in the German democracy.
Turkey slams deficit in German democracy over campaign ban
The German government approved a draft law Wednesday that paves the way for energy giants RWE and Vattenfall to receive hundreds of millions of euros in compensation for the country's decision to phase out nuclear power.
Germany to compensate for phasing out nuclear power
Public services workers across France have staged a fresh round of strike to protest government plans to reform labor laws, which entails cutting tens of thousands of jobs in the upcoming years.
French workers stage fresh nationwide strike over job cuts

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