International News

BBC News - Europe
  1. Theresa May will meet Angela Merkel as she seeks new reassurances about the Northern Ireland backstop.
  2. The French president says the anger of "yellow vest" protesters is "deep and in many ways legitimate".
  3. Europe's Jews are increasingly worried about the risk of harassment, according to a major EU survey.
  4. Mikhail Popkov, who preyed on women in Siberia, is modern Russia's most prolific killer.
  5. Sir John Major made the remarks as the planned vote on the Brexit deal was called off.
  6. The pound falls to the lowest level against the dollar since April 2017 after the prime minister's statement.
  7. Widespread delays in Germany as railworkers' union stages nationwide strikes over pay.
  8. Nikol Pashinyan, who led April's peaceful revolution, cements his hold on power in a snap election.
  9. Egypt investigates whether a viral video of a couple posing nude on its Great Pyramid is real or not.
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