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Strike limits traffic at French airports

10/10/2013 5:33am
Traffic at French airports is down 10 percent because air traffic controllers are on strike over plans to simplify European airspace.

Ukraine looks to EU but seeks cheaper Russian gas

10/10/2013 6:33am
Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov says his country could stop importing Russian natural gas in years to come if Moscow does not lower the price.

UK builders to compensate blacklisted workers

10/10/2013 6:38am
Eight major British construction companies say they will compensate workers whose names on a secret industry blacklist kept them from getting work.

Wilfried Martens, former Belgian premier, dies

10/10/2013 7:00am
Wilfried Martens, who led nine Belgian governments and the European Union's Christian Democrat group, has died. He was 77.

Lithuanian PM: Russia trying to reassert power

10/10/2013 9:44am
Lithuania's prime minister says Russia's import restrictions on the Baltic country's dairy products are part Moscow's attempts to reassert influence in Eastern Europe.

2 men killed in separate Northern Ireland attacks

10/10/2013 10:34am
Authorities blamed a resurgent Irish Republican Army faction Thursday for killing two men in separate gun attacks in Northern Ireland, the first such slayings in the British territory in nearly a year.

Turkey's Kurdish rebels consider ending cease-fire

10/10/2013 11:28am
Kurdish rebels have criticized reforms unveiled by Turkey's government and said that could lead them to end a unilateral cease-fire they began six months ago.

4 students stabbed at vocational school in Finland

10/10/2013 11:39am
A 16-year-old who stabbed three fellow students and a janitor on Thursday had threatened to shoot up his school earlier this year but police judged at the time that he was not a threat.