As it happened this morning: Monday, June 25

As it happened this morning: Monday, June 25
By Alice Cuddy
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Euronews brings you the latest news and updates as they happen this morning.


Good morning, Europe. Today we're watching:

Turkish election: Reactions after Recep Tayyip Erdogan was re-elected in a key vote on Sunday. 

Migrant ship dispute: A diplomatic spat between Italy and Malta has left a German rescue ship in limbo. Meanwhile, European leaders met in Brussels on Sunday to try and bridge their divisions over migration.

**Dozens die in Nigeria clashes: **At least 86 people have died in central Nigeria after violent clashes broke out between farmers and cattle herders in recent days. 

Uber defends its right to stay in London:Uber was preparing to defend its right to operate in London following a ban on the ride-hailing app's culture and conduct. If it loses the case, it would be a major blow to the company as London is Uber’s biggest European market.

Trump calls for deportations without judicial process: In a tweet on Sunday, US President Donald Trump called for speedy deportations that bypass any judicial process. His comments came days after he reversed a policy that separated migrant children from their parents.

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