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BERLIN (Sputnik) – Western sanctions against Moscow, related to Crimea’s reunification with Russia as a result of a referendum, should be lifted as soon as possible, German lawmaker Gunnar Lindemann from the (Alternative for Germany) AfD party told Sputnik on Saturday, which marks the fifth anniversary of the referendum.
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The furniture giant's next step toward "inclusivity" has hit a sore nerve, as many Swedes considered the move to be virtue-signalling on IKEA's part.
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GENEVA (Sputnik) – Switzerland regrets the US move to impose visa restrictions on members of the Hague-based International Criminal Court (ICC), probing alleged US war crimes in Afghanistan, the Swiss Foreign Ministry said, adding that the court must not be subject to political sanctions.
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PARIS (Sputnik) – France’ s European Affairs Minister Nathalie Loiseau suggested there should not be any delay in the UK withdrawal from the European Union without reasoning presented by the United Kingdom, in the wake of UK lawmakers’ adoption of a plan to extend Brexit period.
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MPs delivered a crushing defeat to Theresa May's withdrawal agreement for a second time earlier this week, with only about two weeks to go until Britain's scheduled departure from the European Union.
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The Liberal Democrats stood on a firmly pro-Europe platform at the 2017 general election but won only 12 seats and saw their popular vote fall, leading to the resignation of leader Tim Farron.
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Four British clubs made it through to the quarter final of the UEFA Champions' League, with Manchester United pulling off a historic victory against Paris St Germain after losing the first leg at home 2-0.
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One of the key players of Britain's automotive industry, who only last month announced the closure of its flagship UK plant, called for "a clear, legally certain, path forward to avoid" a no-deal Brexit.
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Over the Easter bank holiday weekend in 2015 a gang of mainly older men drilled into a concrete vault in central London and got away with millions of pounds' worth of gold and jewellery. Sputnik spoke to Peter Kirkham, a former Detective Chief Inspector in the Metropolitan Police, about the flaws in the security system.
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The Trump administration has made it clear to Berlin that if it did not bar Huawei Technologies Co. from building Germany's 5G next-generation mobile networks, Washington would limit the country's access to US intelligence. Speaking to Sputnik, Patrick Berger, a spokesman for Huawei's German branch, commented on the US' campaign against the firm.
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Provisions of the Digital Economy Act 2017, which were initially expected to be enforced in 2018 but were delayed, will soon come into force - causing distress among proponents of self-regulation and protection of privacy.
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MADRID (Sputnik) - The remains of late Spanish dictator Francisco Franco will be exhumed on June 10 from their current resting place at the "Valley of the Fallen" memorial, Spanish Deputy Prime Minister Carmen Calvo said on Friday.
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A total of 10,308 migrants and refugees arrived in Europe by sea in 2019, while 234 individuals died on their way to the continent, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) said Friday.
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An emergency has been declared at Athens International Airport after the administration received a phone call warning about an alleged hijacking that was allegedly set to take place on a flight from London to Athens, according to Sputnik Greece.
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DUP officials are in talks over legal assurances in the deal, which were voted down by Commons in two debate sessions this week.
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Within mere minutes of posting the tweet's comment section was brimming with links documenting Hendron’s controversial history.
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The European auto market is showing signs of a possible rebound, while the Eurozone's broader manufacturing sector has improved this year after contracting in the last weeks of 2018; experts believe these developments could see the EU return to sustainable GDP growth later this year.
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While investigating a series of threats allegedly made against Norwegian Justice Minister Tor Mikkel Wara and his family, in a sensational turn of events the police directed its suspicions against Wara's own decades-long partner, who now faces up to a year in prison.
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The movement has been formed after 16-year-old Swedish student Greta Thunberg, who is campaigning against climate change, delivered a speech to the United Nations Climate Change Conference.
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According to a report by West Midlands Police, a man in his 50s has been shot dead by armed police during an operation in Lee Bank in Birmingham.
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Third time may be a charm, when it comes to the possibility of the UK PM bringing back her yet again revised Brexit deal for a parliamentary vote. However, the man in charge of the House of Commons may see to that never happening.
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About 150 Swedish jihadists who had travelled to Syria and Iraq to fight for the Daesh cause have returned home, and more are currently trying to come back as their self-proclaimed "caliphate" in the Middle East nears total defeat.
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The chairman of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani, faced an outcry over his claims that Benito Mussolini and his administration did things which turned out to be beneficial to Italy.
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The model has become the official representative of the brand and will not have to participate in castings for taking part in fashion shows from now on.
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The number of asylum seekers in the European Union registered in 2018 is down 11 percent from 2017 and has shrunk by more than half compared to the peak year 2015 when the worst refugee crisis since World War II struck the European continent, new data from Eurostat revealed on Thursday.
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy (Etla) on Thursday said in a report that the United Kingdom’s expected withdrawal from the European Union could have broader consequences on international value chains than it was previously expected.
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A Polish official explained that the Sejm is not responsible for the selection of articles sold at a local kiosk and said that that the parliament would request the removal of "anti-Semitic" publications.
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ATHENS (Sputnik) - The Greek parliament approved on Thursday in the second reading a number of amendments to the country's constitution, namely, on presidential elections, relations between the state and the church, and parliamentary privilege and responsibilities, local media reported.
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WARSAW (Sputnik) - As many as 382 minors were sexually abused by clergy in Polish churches since 1990, a representative of the Polish Catholic Church's statistics institute said on Thursday, citing the results of a recent investigation carried by the church.
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Mr. Diess said in a further statement that he was sorry for making "an unfortunate choice of words", adding that he was referencing the freedom given to VW brands in strong financial health.
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WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – Germany’s Lufthansa Group has ordered 20 long-haul 787 Dreamliner jets, the manufacturer Boeing announced in a press release on Thursday.
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