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  • Associated Press

    Strasbourg market attack suspect killed in police shootout

    STRASBOURG, France (Dec. 13, 2018) — The man authorities believe killed three people during a rampage near a Christmas market in Strasbourg died Thursday in a shootout with police at the end of a two-day manhunt, French authorities said.

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    EU leaders wary of May's plea for help selling Brexit deal

    BRUSSELS (Dec. 13, 2018) — British Prime Minister Theresa May implored European Union leaders Thursday to help her sell the Brexit divorce deal at home, only to be told that her proposals are not clear enough for the bloc to offer a helping hand now.

  • Associated Press

    UK PM May says she will leave by 2022 election

    LONDON (December 13, 2018) — British Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed that she will step down before the country holds its next scheduled national election in 2022.

  • Associated Press

    Official IDs Canadian missing in China as entrepreneur

    TORONTO (Dec. 12, 2018) — A second Canadian man has gone missing in China and is feared detained in what appears to be retaliation for Canada’s arrest of a top executive of telecommunications giant Huawei, Canadian authorities said late Wednesday.

  • Associated Press

    Gunman from Christmas market attack in France still at large

    STRASBOURG, France (Dec. 12, 2018) — Hundreds of security forces combed eastern France for a 29-year-old man with a long criminal record who shouted “God is great!” in Arabic and sprayed gunfire during a deadly rampage in Strasbourg’s famous Christmas market, officials said.

  • Associated Press

    France's Macron caught between protests, Strasbourg attack

    PARIS (Dec. 12, 2018) — French President Emmanuel Macron is trying to take back control of his nation after a month of protests that caused mayhem across the country — and now a new extremist attack that’s putting France on renewed terror alert.

  • Associated Press

    British PM Theresa May survives 'no confidence' vote

    LONDON (December 12, 2018) - British Prime Minister Theresa May has won a confidence vote by Conservative Party lawmakers that could have brought her leadership to an abrupt end.

  • Associated Press

    UK disarray: May to face no-confidence vote from her party

    LONDON (December 12, 2018) — A no-confidence vote in British Prime Minister Theresa May Wednesday threw U.K. politics deeper into crisis and Brexit further into doubt.

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