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  • French Prime Minister Valls wins confidence on his government in parliament (Reuters)


european affairs

  1. 1Podemos: Spanish indignation in Brussels’ corridors of power | euronews, reporter
  2. 2Israel announces it will seize 400 acres in West Bank | euronews, world news
  3. 3Japan sounds bluefin warning, calls for 50% catch cut | euronews, world news
  4. 4Hoverbike on the horizon | euronews, hi-tech
  5. 5China executes eight Muslims convicted of terrorism | euronews, world news
  6. 63D printing: a driving force in design and engineering | euronews, hi-tech
  7. 7Ukraine accuses Russian aid convoy of stealing factory equipment | euronews, world news
  8. 8Young Yazidi girl escapes Islamic State kidnappers | euronews, world news
  9. 9#ن: How an Arabic letter was reclaimed to support Iraq’s persecuted Christians | euronews, world news
  10. 10New car offers freedom for disabled drivers | euronews, hi-tech
  11. 11EU leaders name Donald Tusk European Council president | euronews, world news
  12. 12Everything you need to know about the Ebola virus | euronews, world news
  13. 13Turkish ferry makes high-speed final landing | euronews, no comment
  14. 14Risk of fresh ash cloud threatens European air travel | euronews, world news
  15. 15Canada sends hilarious barb to Russia over Ukraine ‘incursions’ | euronews, world news
  16. 16The business benefits of EU chemical regulation | euronews, business planet
  17. 17Iceland warns Europe’s airlines of possible volcanic eruption | euronews, world news
  18. 18Thousands of Catalans call for choice on split from Spain | euronews, world news
  19. 19Iceland puts on a show as two of its volcanoes spew out lava | euronews, world news
  20. 20Marine Le Pen criticises France’s decision to halt Mistral warship sale to Russia | euronews, world news

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