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Police block demonstrators gathered to protest the former president's shift into the prime minister's seat in Yerevan, Armenia, Saturday, April 21, 2018. Armenian authorities say more than 70 people have been arrested, including two people suspected of building bombs, as large protests against the new government enter their second week in the capital. (Hrant Khachatryan, PAN Photo via AP)
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The Latest: Eurozone survey points to solid economic growthA closely watched survey suggests the eurozone economy continued to grow at a solid pace in April but that the pace of expansion has eased in recent months.
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EU's Tusk testifies in Poland over president's plane crashTop European Union official Donald Tusk says he had no power or role in the preparation of any flights taken by himself or Poland's president when he was the nation's prime minister
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Swiss bank UBS sees profits rise, is confident on economySwiss bank UBS is reporting its net profit jumped 19 percent in the first quarter, saying "momentum is good" amid sharp upswings in wealth management and investment banking profits
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In this courtroom sketch the lawyers of the accused, from left, Isa Gultaslar, Laura Severin, Romain Delcoigne and Sven Mary attend a trial at the Brussels Justice Palace in Brussels on Monday, April 23, 2018. A Brussels court on has found Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam and an accomplice guilty of attempted murder over shots fired at police officers as they sought to flee arrest in March 2016, and sentenced them to 20 years in prison. (Petra Urban via AP)
Paris attacks suspect Abdeslam gets 20 years in related caseA Brussels court on Monday found 2015 Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam and an accomplice guilty of attempted murder over shots fired at police they sought to avoid arrest in Brussels
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Prosecutor: Danish submarine inventor could kill againThe prosecution in the murder trial of a Danish inventor accused of torturing and killing a Swedish journalist during a private submarine trip says there is "a risk that he that can commit the same kind of crime again."
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Spain resumes controversial exhumations near Franco's tombSpain's heritage authority says preliminary technical work has resumed on the exhumation of the remains of four Spanish Civil War victims from a complex that pays homage to the late dictator Francisco Franco
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Greece beats its budget target for 3rd year, debt edges downGreece has beaten bailout budget targets for a third successive year and eased its massive debt burden by a fraction as the country prepares to exit its international rescue program in four months
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Jailed Egyptian photographer wins UNESCO press freedom prizeThe United Nations' cultural agency has ignored warnings from Egypt and awarded the World Press Freedom prize to an imprisoned Egyptian photographer
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EU probes Italian bridge loan to struggling Alitalia airlineThe European Union is opening a state aid probe to see if Italy was within its rights to give struggling airline Alitalia a $1.1 billion bridge loan last year
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Germany's Fresenius, US-based Akorn at odds over merger dealGermany's Fresenius and U.S.-based pharmaceutical manufacturer Akorn, Inc. are at odds over the German company's decision to terminate a more than $4.3 billion takeover agreement, citing alleged breaches of data integrity requirements
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UN official praises 'welcome developments' from North KoreaThe U.N.'s high representative for disarmament affairs is praising North Korea's decision to suspend its nuclear and ballistic missile tests and dismantle its nuclear sites as "welcome developments."
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