An unstable person, reportedly a man, has taken two people hostage in the French capital in an incident that authorities presume has no connection with terrorism.
Hostage-taker holds two people in French capital
Bulgaria agreed on Monday to spare the life of Penka the cow after plans to kill her for crossing European Union borders without paperwork triggered an international outcry.
Penka escapes death sentence after international outcry
A senior Russian Foreign Ministry official has indicated that Moscow will reciprocate a move by the United States to impose new sanctions on Russia over alleged malign activity in the cyber space.
Russia to respond to new US sanctions: Foreign ministry official
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EU protecting companies in Iran
Spain offered on Monday to take in a rescue ship that is drifting in the Mediterranean sea with 629 migrants stranded on board after Italy and Malta refused to let it dock.
Spain offers to take in drifting migrant ship
Some 3,000 protesters have gathered in the Romanian capital to oppose official corruption a day after a massive government rally against anti-corruption prosecutors.
Anti-corruption rally in Bucharest answers Romanian government’s event
An official from the French government has indicated that his country and Germany are still at odds how they should proceed with reforms in the European Union’s united economic territory, known as the eurozone.
France, Germany still divided on EU reforms
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says Russia plays a key role in maintaining the nuclear deal Tehran signed with major world powers in 2015 after US withdrawal from the agreement.
Iran president underlines Russia's key role in nuclear deal survival as Putin stresses support
Iranian disabled swimmers snatched two silver and three bronze medals at (Internationale Deutsche Meisterschaften Swimming) IDM Berlin 2018 held in Berlin, Germany.
Iran disabled swimmers bag two silver, three bronze in Berlin IDM

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