As it happened: Wednesday, July 11

As it happened: Wednesday, July 11
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By Chris Harris
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This is our coverage of the key news from Europe and beyond this morning, Wednesday, July 11.


Here are the key developments so far:

Trump slams Germany: Donald Trump, in Brussels for a two-day NATO summit, has hit out at Berlin over its support for a gas pipeline from Russia to Germany. He is also angry at how much NATO members spend on defence. 

**Neo-Nazi murderer jailed for life: **Beate Zschaepe has been found guilty of 10 murders as part of a neo-Nazi gang the National Socialist Underground (NSU), whose members killed eight Turks, a Greek and a German policewoman over seven years from 2000.

**Greece-Russia spat: **Greece will expel two Russian diplomats amid accusations they tried to undermine a deal to end a name dispute between Athens and Skopje.

World Cup: England fans are donning waistcoats in honour of well-dressed manager Gareth Southgate ahead of tonight's semi-final with Croatia. The winner will play France in Sunday's final after Les Bleus beat neighbours Belgium 1-0 last night.

Here is how our as-it-happened coverage evolved: 

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