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EU member states on Friday gave Greece a three-month ultimatum to remedy "deficiencies" in controlling the influx of migrants or effectively face suspension from the Schengen passport-free zone.   The decision — taken by...
Thousands of Iraqi refugees who arrived in Finland last year have decided to cancel their asylum applications and to return home voluntarily, citing family issues and disappointment with life in the frosty Nordic country.   Europe is in the...
Bunge Ltd is seeking to complete the delivery of a rejected cargo of French wheat to Egypt through legal action against the country's state grain buyer, the global trader's chief executive said on Thursday.   Bunge started legal...
US Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Friday he expected Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to provide special operations forces to help Syrian opposition fighters battling Islamic State, including to retake the city of Raqqa.   "...
Suspected Islamist militants attacked a UN peacekeepers' base in the northern Mali town of Kidal on Friday, killing several people and wounding others, a spokesman for the separatist Coordination of Azawad Movements (CMA) told Reuters.  ...
Pakistan has arrested 97 Al-Qaeda and Lashkar-e-Jhangvi militants, including three commanders, in the southern city of Karachi and foiled a planned attack to break US journalist Daniel Pearl's killer out of jail, the army said on Friday.  ...
The international premiere at the Berlin film festival for the Coen brothers' "Hail, Caesar!" turned into a debate about refugees on Thursday as the filmmakers and cast found themselves challenged at a news conference to do more to end...
Meryl Streep, the most admired actress of her generation, fueled Hollywood's diversity controversy on Thursday when she said that all of humanity originated in Africa.   The three-time Oscar winner, who is in Berlin heading up her first...
General Motors will resume operations in Egypt on Sunday, the company said on Thursday, after temporarily halting activities earlier in the week due to its inability to source dollars amid the country's currency crisis.   Import-dependent...
A tiny town in northern Italy has opened its homes to mourners arriving from afar for the funeral of a 28-year-old doctoral student who was tortured and slain in Egypt, where he was doing research.   Dozens of Giulio Regeni's friends,...

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