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ISIS, After Laying Groundwork, Gains Toehold in Congo

By RUKMINI CALLIMACHI

A recent assault on a military barracks was the first Congo attack claimed by the terror group. But there were earlier signs of an ISIS franchise in the region.

20 Years After Columbine, Schools Have Gotten Safer. But Fears Have Only Grown.

By DANA GOLDSTEIN

The panic of mass shootings has ramped up efforts to secure schools. But anxieties remain high, even as federal data shows that schools are less violent.

Huckabee lashes out at Trump critic Romney: β€˜Makes me sick’ you could have been POTUS

By Louis Casiano

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee lashed out at Sen. Mitt Romney after the Utah Republican said he was “sickened” by the level of dishonesty from President Trump’s administration in response to the release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s redacted report into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Huckabee lashes out at Trump critic Romney: β€˜Makes me sick’ you could have been POTUS

By Louis Casiano

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee lashed out at Sen. Mitt Romney after the Utah Republican said he was “sickened” by the level of dishonesty from President Trump’s administration in response to the release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s redacted report into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

ISIS Claims First Attack in the Democratic Republic of Congo

By STEVE WEMBI and JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN

Islamic State propagandists said the group was responsible for an assault that left eight Congolese soldiers dead. It was the group’s first Congo attack.

North Macedonia presidential vote imperils Prespa agreement gains

By Georgi Gotev

North Macedonia holds the first round of its presidential election on Sunday (21 April), the country's first vote under a new name as it struggles with enduring economic problems, cronyism and corruption.

Police recommend indicting Czech PM for fraud

By Georgi Gotev

Czech police believe billionaire Prime Minister Andrej Babiš should be indicted for alleged involvement in EU subsidy fraud worth two million euros, a spokesman said Wednesday. “The investigation is over and the complete file has been submitted to the state...

Greek business chief: North Macedonia deal diminished Turkey’s influence

By Sarantis Michalopoulos

The North Macedonia name change deal, also known as Prespa Agreement, helped diminish Turkey’s influence in the country and simultaneously upgrade Athens’s role in the Balkan region, Greek business chief Konstantinos Michalos told EURACTIV.com in an interview.

Lyra McKee, Northern Ireland Journalist, Is Killed in β€˜Terrorist Incident,’ Police Say

By ED O’LOUGHLIN and RICHARD PΓ‰REZ-PEΓ‘A

The police said that Ms. McKee, who was reporting on unrest in Londonderry, was shot by a militant republican, raising fears of renewed sectarian conflict.

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