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The US administration’s decision to slash funding for a notable German-American youth exchange caused consternation on both sides of the Atlantic. A unique transatlantic coalition is working hard to reverse the cuts.
Opponents of a massive free-trade agreement between the US and Europe have been hoping to pressure Brussels into scrapping the deal for over a year. Now a petition against the pact has attracted its millionth signature.
The EU Commission has filed a complaint against Google for allegedly misusing its market dominance for more revenue. If the EU wins, the US-based company could face fines and be forced to change its business practices.
Turkish President Erdogan has slammed the world leaders for recognizing the 1915 massacre of Armenians as genocide. Erdogan said countries like Germany, France and Russia should first "clean their own stains."
The head of Volkswagen's supervisory board and one of the most powerful men in the company, Ferdinand Piëch, has resigned, the company has said. Piëch had been locked in a power struggle with the firm's CEO.
European police have arrested 26 in a crackdown on horsemeat trafficking. The EU's judicial agency reports that the ring is accused of introducing parts of horses unfit for consumption into the commercial food chain.
Three explosive-rigged vehicles have been detonated in a deadly attack targeting Iraqi border posts, officials have said. The attackers were from Belgium, France and Senegal, according to an "IS" statement.
The Togolese people have gone to the polls to decide whether to give Faure Gnassingbe a third term. The president faced a divided opposition in voting already delayed to make late changes to how results are tallied.
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