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As Turkish anger at the refusal by the Netherlands to let the Turkish foreign minister speak at a Rotterdam rally escalates, 40 Dutch Holstein cows have been sent back from…
The Brief from Brussels: Turkey-EU spat spreads online, Brexit deal divisions
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the daily news stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
EU and Turkey - drifting further apart?
Tensions continue to boil, as Europe and Turkey seemingly drift further apart.
Turkey's Erdogan holds Dutch responsible for Srebrenica
The president has escalated the diplomatic row, accusing the 'rotten' Dutch of responsibility for the 1995 Bosnian war massacre.
Turkey bans Dutch ambassador as diplomatic crisis deepens
How EU countries have responded to Turkey rallies
The Turkish government is seeking the support of its nationals in Europe for a referendum over enhanced powers for its president.
War of words over Turkey's political campaigning abroad
Erdogan told to stop "provocations" but slams Netherlands as "fascism capital"
Tense talks for Turkish-German ministers after Nazi comparisons
Malaysia: "We have no plans to cut diplomatic ties with North Korea"
Malaysia says it has no plans to cut diplomatic ties with North Korea despite a rise in tensions since the killing of a man thought to be the North Korean leader's half-brother.
Cavusoglu tells Germany not to lecture Turkey on human rights
Tensions rise as US deploys anti-missile system to South Korea
North Korea-Malaysia: political 'hostage-holding'
The fallout between Pyongyang and Kuala Lumpur over the murder of Kim Jong-nam has stepped up a gear with each country banning the other’s citizens from leaving.
Germany's Angela Merkel hits back over 'Nazi' claims by Turkey's President Erdogan
'Diplomatically rude' North Korean envoy to Malaysia expelled
North Korea’s ambassador to Malaysia has been expelled from the country after he criticised an investigation into the murder of leader Kim Jong-un’s estranged half…
Erdogan launches furious attack on Germany for 'aiding terrorism'
Turkey summons German Ambassador after speech by Justice Minister to Turks in Germany is cancelled
Turkey has summoned the German Ambassador in Ankara after a speech by Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag to Turks living in Germany was cancelled.
Kim Jong-nam: Malaysia to free North Korean murder suspect
Malaysia has said it will free and deport a North Korean man held in connection with the death of Kim Jong-nam.
Press freedom fuels tensions between Berlin and Ankara
Seoul demands ''collective measures'' against Pyongyang in wake of Kim Jong-nam death
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Eritrean president describes Hollande and Merkel as 'mentally disturbed'
He specifically took jibes at French President Francois Hollande and his German counterpart, Angela Merkel. Afwerki described both leaders as being mentally disturbed and that they were among those wh
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Serbia, Kosovo set for EU-backed talks
Sanctions against Russia must stay - Biden
The outgoing US Vice President has urged the world to stand up to what he has described as "coercion and aggression" from Moscow over Ukraine