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Norwegians spot another Viking ship buried in the groundNorwegian officials say they have for a second time found the remains of what could be a Viking ship by using geo-radar techniques, adding it is likely more than 1,000 years old
The Associated Press46 minutes ago
Isolated Iceland newly vulnerable to computer scamsThe people of Iceland, who speak a unique dialect of Old Norse, are no longer protected from online fraud because of their linguistic isolation
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Posters read "Delphine, 33, strangled by her husband Reanud. Their four children were present. 115th feminicide" in Paris, Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019. France, a country that has prided itself on gender equality, is beginning to pay serious attention to its yet-intractable problem of domestic violence.  (AP Photo/Francois Mori)
France grapples with high domestic violence rateFrance has one of Europe’s highest domestic violence rates, and now that’s getting highlighted with a wildcat graffiti campaign in Paris and elsewhere
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Turkey: Captured IS figure planned Russia, Germany attacksTurkey's interior minister has identified a key Islamic State suspect captured by the country's forces in Syria as the alleged mastermind behind attacks in Russia and Germany
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Ukrainians mark 6th anniversary of mass protestsAbout 5,000 people have gathered on the central square of the Ukrainian capital to commemorate the sixth anniversary of the beginning of protests that led to the president fleeing the country
The Associated Press13 hours ago
Two whistles hang from the neck of a police officer during a protest in Lisbon, Thursday, Nov. 21, 2019. Thousands of off-duty Portuguese police officers are marching through Lisbon in a protest over pay and working conditions. (AP Photo/Armando Franca)
Portuguese police stage protest march over pay, conditionsThousands of off-duty Portuguese police officers are marching through Lisbon in a protest over pay and working conditions
The Associated Press18 hours ago
Greenpeace activists remove the 'C' of the short form 'CDU' for 'Christian Democratic Union' to create the slogan 'DU sollst das Klima schützen' ('YOU should protect the climate') during a protest at German Chancellor Angela Merkel's CDU party headquarters in Berlin, Germany, Thursday, Nov. 21, 2019. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
Nothing to C: Climate activists prank Merkel’s CDU partyEnvironmental activists brazenly marched off with a giant letter “C” from the entrance of Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union party headquarters in broad daylight
The Associated Press18 hours ago
FILE - In this Friday, April 15, 2016 file photo, members of British band Coldplay, from left, Jonny Buckland, Guy Berryman, Chris Martin, and Will Champion, participate in a press conference at Foro Sol in Mexico City. The British band Coldplay has decided not to launch a global tour because of environmental concerns. Frontman Chris Martin told the BBC Thursday, Nov. 21, 2019 that the band is not going on tour to promote its latest album because it wants to take time to determine how a tour can be beneficial to the environment. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell, file)
Coldplay decides not to tour for environmental reasonsThe British band Coldplay has decided not to launch a global tour because of environmental concerns
The Associated Press18 hours ago
A woman holds a banner that reads "Every Child has its rights - Shame on the State" during a protest joined by up to a thousand people in Sarajevo, in Sarajevo, Bosnia, Thursday, Nov. 21, 2019. Protesters in Bosnia have rallied outside the government building in Sarajevo after opposition lawmaker Sabina Cudic published shocking photos of special needs children tied to beds and radiators in a nearby government facility. The protest Thursday by 1,000 people included scores of parents of children with disabilities, who described a dysfunctional care system that condemns their kids to suffering and excludes them from society. (AP Photo/Almir Alic)
Protesters decry Bosnia’s ‘systemic’ abuse of disabled kidsAround 1,000 people protested outside a government building in the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo
The Associated Press19 hours ago
In 2020 budget, Greece vows to beat post-bailout targetsThe Greek government has pledged to exceed the strict surplus targets demanded by its former bailout lenders for this year and next.
The Associated Press19 hours ago
Fiat Chrysler chairman not worried by General Motors lawsuitThe chairman of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is indicating that the merger with French carmaker PSA Peugeot will not be affected by a General Motors lawsuit
The Associated Press19 hours ago
FILE - In this Sunday, April 2, 2017 file photo, Sinisa Mali attends a press conference after presidential election in Belgrade, Serbia. Serbia’s finance minister faced calls to resign Thursday, Nov. 21, 2019 after a university said he plagiarized parts of his Ph.D. thesis. Belgrade University, one of Serbia’s most prestigious places of learning, said in a statement that Sinisa Mali “literally took over texts, or entire paragraphs, from the texts of other authors without listing the names of the authors.” (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic, file)
Serbian minister faces calls to resign after plagiarism rowSerbia’s finance minister faced calls to resign Thursday after a university said he plagiarized parts of his Ph.D. thesis
The Associated Press20 hours ago
FILE - In this Aug 29, 2011 file photo a bus stands at the entrance of Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Landstuhl, Germany. An American and an Australian who were freed by the Taliban earlier this week after three years in captivity are now in Germany receiving treatment at a U.S. military hospital.American Kevin King and Australian Timothy Weeks were met at the U.S. Air Force’s Ramstein base in southern Germany by U.S. Ambassador Richard Grenell and Australian Ambassador Lynette Wood when they arrived late Wednesday night, an American official said. (AP Photo/Michael Probst, file)
American, Australian freed by Taliban treated in GermanyAn American and an Australian who were freed by the Taliban earlier this week after three years in captivity are now in Germany receiving treatment at a U.S. military hospital
The Associated Press20 hours ago
This Jan. 4, 2017 photo shows a woman holding a placard reading "Holding one's hand out is not a crime", as she supports Cedric Herrou, a French activist farmer who faces up to five years in prison as he goes on trial accused of helping African migrants cross the border from Italy, in Nice, southern France. A French appeals court is expected to hand down a verdict Thursday afternoon in the case of a mountain guide who was convicted for helping migrants enter the country illegally. (AP Photo/Claude Paris, File)
French courts face touchy test: Is helping migrants a crime?A French court is ruling on whether to convict a mountain guide of helping migrants enter the country illegally
The Associated Press20 hours ago
Trial of US teens for Rome cop slaying to start in FebruaryThe lawyer of one of the two American teenagers jailed in Rome over the slaying of a Carabinieri police office says their trial has been fast-tracked and will begin early next year
The Associated Press20 hours ago
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