Some 10,000 workers at German carmaker Daimler AG walked off their shifts for an hour on Tuesday as they sought to persuade employers to give engineering workers around Germany more pay and a shorter working week.
10,000 Daimler workers in Germany strike for higher wage
Romania’s ruling Social Democrat Party (PSD) chose to nominate European MP Viorica Dancila as the new prime minister in a unanimous vote on Tuesday after Mihai Tudose stepped down following a row with the party leadership.
Romania’s ruling Social Democrats propose MEP Dancila as new premier
The number of new asylum seekers in Germany fell sharply last year to 186,000, the government said Tuesday, easing pressure on Chancellor Angela Merkel as debate rages on whether to impose a cap on migration.
Migrant arrivals in Germany down sharply in 2017
European Union leaders love-bombed Britain on Tuesday, holding the door open for it to change its mind about ending its four-decade membership of the bloc next year.
EU 'hearts still open' to Brexit reversal
Kosovo President Hashim Thaci has strongly denounced the killing of a Serb political leader in the northern city of Mitrovica.
The latest: Kosovo president condemns Serb leader's shooting
Concurrent with declaration of Monday as a national mourning day in Iran, its flag was flown at half-staff at the Iranian embassy in Vienna as a sign of respect to the victims of the oil tanker Sanchi and expressing sympathy with their families.
Iran flag flown at half-staff in Vienna
The Spanish government has threatened to re-impose direct rule on Catalonia if the former regional leader Carles Puigdemont tries to govern from exile in Brussels.
Spain to impose direct rule on Catalonia if Puigdemont tries to govern from Brussels
Berlin says stands by Iran nuclear deal
Germany seeks more detail on Washington’s JCPOA demand
Even with President Donald Trump continuing to waive nuclear sanctions, Iran’s economy remains hobbled by US restrictions but some diplomats in Tehran remain quietly confident for the future.
Glimmers of hope in Iran economy despite Trump
Spain's prime minister warned Monday that Madrid would maintain unpopular direct control of Catalonia if the former regional leader Carles Puigdemont tries to govern again from exile in Belgium.
Madrid to keep control of Catalonia if Puigdemont tries to govern remotely

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