- Sweden to re-establish military unit on Baltic Sea island
HELSINKI (AP) — Sweden says it is establishing the nation's first new military regiment since World War II — a unit of 350 soldiers that will be based on the Baltic Sea island of Gotland.
- For the 2nd time in a week Italy nabs women on mafia charges
ROME (AP) — Italian authorities have arrested four women related to a notorious Camorra mobster, in the latest crackdown on females who often take over running mafia businesses when their men are serving time.
- New US Embassy in UK: No perimeter fence, benches for public
LONDON (AP) — The most surprising aspect of the pricey new U.S. Embassy in London is what isn't there: a perimeter fence.
- New lawyer could delay Belgium trial of Paris terror suspect
BRUSSELS (AP) — A trial in Belgium set for next week for the lone surviving suspect in the November 2015 extremist massacres in Paris may be postponed due to the appointment of a defense lawyer.
- With unity in peril, EU leaders tackle refugee quotas
BRUSSELS (AP) — European Union leaders will grapple Thursday with one of the most divisive issues ever to face the 28-nation bloc; how to collectively share responsibility for the tens of thousands of people arriving on Europe's southern shores in search of a better life.
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