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Hackers cause disruption in several European countries

Cyber-attacks in Ukraine, Denmark and Russia, among others, target companies, banks and government offices.

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UK's May faces backlash after DUP deal

Leaders in Scotland and Wales complain of austerity, and the DUP's rivals in Northern Ireland say deal threatens peace.

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Kiev car explosion kills Ukraine's senior military spy

Ukraine probes blast of Colonel Maksim Shapoval's car as 'terrorist act', saying it was caused by explosive device.

Kiev car explosion

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Court: Dutch partially liable for Srebrenica deaths

Court in The Hague confirms 2014 ruling that held state partly responsible for the deaths of about 300 Muslims.

Srebrenica deaths

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Mihai Tudose designated Romania's new prime minister

Appointment of former economy minister comes days after ruling Social Democrats ouster their own government.

Mihai Tudose

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Theresa May signs agreement with Northern Ireland's DUP

Agreement to enable Theresa May's Conservative Party to govern the country despite losing its majority in parliament.

10 Downing Street

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Forest fire in southern Spain hits Donana National Park

The flames enter Donana National Park, an important tourist attraction and a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Donana National Park

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Albanians vote in election seen as test for democracy

The ruling Socialists seek an outright majority in the 140-seat parliament to implement reforms.

Albanians vote

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Albanians prepare to vote in crucial test of EU hopes

The ruling Socialists and rival Democrats seek an outright majority in Sunday's general election to implement EU plans.

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Russia bars Alexei Navalny from 2018 presidential bid

Election body says Alexei Navalny ineligible to run in 2018 presidential vote due to suspended five-year jail sentence.

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