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  • Hungary's Orban: stability in Egypt key for Arabs, Europe

    Hungary's prime minister, who has expressed fears that migration will undermine Europe's Christian identity, told Egypt's visiting president Friday that he nonetheless respects Islam "as one of the great intellectual and spiritual creations of humanity."...
  • German court: up to 50 people can protest near G7 summit

    A German court has ruled that up to 50 demonstrators can stage a protest within sight and earshot of the Group of Seven summit venue in the Bavarian Alps. The news agency dpa reported that the Munich administrative court on Friday rejected most of a...
  • Dijsselbloem is candidate for 2nd term as euro group leader

    Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem announced his candidacy for a second term as leader of the group of euro area finance ministers Friday and will face a challenge from his Spanish counterpart Luis de Guindos. "My feeling is I can go ahead with...
  • EU weighs unprecedented reform as Britain threatens to leave

    The prospect that economic and diplomatic heavyweight Britain might leave the European Union within two years has pushed EU leaders to consider concessions to keep the country in the fold. EU founding members like Germany and France are moving outside...
  • Merkel pursues ambitious agenda for G7 summit

    When Germany last hosted a summit of the world's leading industrialized democracies, Chancellor Angela Merkel was a relative newcomer on the world stage. With less than two years in office she focused on one major theme: the fight against climate change....
  • Greece bailout: A tale of two Europes

    Greece bailout: A tale of two Europes
    As Germany and Greece continue to negotiate over the terms of Greece’s economic bailout, the stakes are high – as is the level of resentment. On Thursday, Greece requested a deferral from the International Monetary Fund for a $325-million...
  • Europe braces for more prickly Poland after maverick's election

    WARSAW, Poland For the past decade, Poland has been a model European Union member. Its economy has thrived, it has allied itself with Germany and taken a lead in pushing back against Russia. It has even pondered a switch to the euro currency. But last...
  • The Latest: Warner makes televised address in Trinidad

    0040 GMT (8:40 p.m. EDT) Former FIFA vice president Jack Warner made a televised address in Trinidad on Wednesday night, saying he will prove a link between soccer's governing body and his nation's elections in 2010. "I will no longer keep secrets for...
  • Greek leader defends bailout plan in talks with creditors

    Greece's prime minister Alexis Tsipras said early Thursday he found a constructive approach during a showdown with creditors in Brussels and all sides insisted talks to unlock crucial bailout loans and save the country from financial disaster would...
  • Merkel outlines focus of German G7 presidency in op-ed

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel says the Group of Seven summit later this week will focus on issues like the Islamic State group, Ebola and the Russia-Ukraine conflict. In a newspaper op-ed published on Wednesday, Merkel says G-7 leaders will also...
  • Protester disrupts news conference with Egypt's el-Sissi

    Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi defended his government's human rights track record Wednesday, saying he was operating "amid very difficult circumstances" after Chancellor Angela Merkel criticized the country's widespread use of the death...