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People stroll at Trocadero square next to the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Sunday, May 17, 2020 as France gradually lifts its Covid-19 lockdown. Parisians enjoying their first weekend in the sun since travel and movement restrictions were partially lifted. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
No Eiffel, Mona Lisa or Versailles: Iconic sites stay closedNeither the Louvre Museum, the Eiffel Tower nor the Versailles Palace will reopen when France lifts many of its remaining coronavirus lockdown restrictions next week
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Parasols wait for tourists on a hot summer day at a lake in Xanten, Germany, Thursday, May 28, 2020. Germany's states, which determine their own coronavirus-related restrictions, have begun loosening lockdown rules to allow domestic tourists to return. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
Roam close to home: Europe's tourists play safe in pandemicWith weeks to go before the start of Europe's summer vacation season, many countries are hoping travel restrictions will be lifted in time to give their economies a much-needed boost
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EU weighs China policy amid concern over Hong Kong movesEuropean Union foreign ministers are weighing how to manage increasingly testy relations with China as it asserts more control over Hong Kong
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Family of crash death teen takes action against UK's RaabThe family of a British teenager killed when his motorcycle collided with a car allegedly driven by an American diplomat’s wife plans to bring legal action against the U.K. foreign secretary for his actions in the aftermath of the accident
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Bosnia police say 2 migrants killed in apparent clash Bosnian police say that two men have been killed in an apparent clash among migrants in a northwestern region near the border with Croatia
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Hungary commemorates victims of 2019 Danube boat catastropheCommemorations have begun in Hungary for the first anniversary of an accident on the Danube River in which over two dozen South Korean tourists died after their tour boat collided with a river cruise ship
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FILE - In this May 25, 2020 file photo, the logo of French carmaker Renault is pictured at the Flins plant of French carmaker Renault in Aubergenville, west of Paris. French carmaker Renault announced 15,000 job cuts worldwide as part of a 2 billion euros cost-cutting plan over three years. Renault said on Friday that nearly 4,600 jobs would be cut in France in addition to more than 10,000 in the rest of the world. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena, File)
French carmaker Renault announces 15,000 job cuts worldwideFrench carmaker Renault has announced 15,000 job cuts worldwide as part of a 2 billion-euro cost-cutting plan over three years
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AP PHOTOS: Italians say 'ciao' to unkempt lockdown locksTwo months of lockdown have left style-conscious Italians looking less well-groomed than usual
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Robots, for serving purposes or for dirty dishes collection, advance as part of a tryout of measures to respect social distancing and help curb the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, at the Hu family's Royal Palace restaurant in Renesse, south-western Netherlands, Wednesday, May 27, 2020. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
Hello and welcome: Robot waiters to the rescue amid virus When Shaosong Hu saw robots serving food in China last fall, he knew exactly what he wanted for his restaurant in the Dutch beachside town of Renesse
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UN, host UK set new date for climate talks in November 2021Host Britain says the next global climate talks will be held in Glasgow from Nov. 1-12, 2021
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EU renews Syria sanctions with conflict in its 10th yearThe European Union is prolonging its sanctions against Syrian President Bashar Assad and his associates for a year over the continued crackdown on the civilian population
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French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe speaks during a televised address next to a screen showing the future in Paris Thursday, May 28, 2020. France is reopening its restaurants, bars and cafes starting next week as the country eases most restrictions amid the coronavirus crisis. Edouard Philippe defended the gradual lifting of lockdown up to now, saying the strategy was meant to avoid provoking a second wave. (Philippe Lopez, Pool via AP)
French way of life to resume with restaurants reopeningThe French way of life is set to largely resume next week, with most virus-related restrictions eased, as the country prepares for the summer holiday season amid the crisis
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Australian jailed for 2007 stabbing free to leave BulgariaAn Australian man released after serving 11 years in a Bulgarian prison over a fatal stabbing is free to return home after the country’s highest court refused to send him back to prison
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Prince William urges men to open up on mental health issuesBritain's Prince William has admitted he’s found being a parent overwhelming at times and that the “life-changing” experience of having children brought back the trauma he experienced following the death of his mother, Princess Diana
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Cyprus curtails use of chloroquine over side-effect concernsCyprus is advising doctors to curtail the use of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine on some coronavirus patients amid renewed concerns the drugs could trigger heart problems and put lives at risk
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