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Russia says it is ready to play role in Venezuela crisis talks in Oslo

Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Monday that Moscow was ready to play a role in talks between the Venezuelan government and opposition in Oslo if the participants felt it was useful.

Italy's League says it will stick with coalition after Europe vote win

The leader of Italy's far-right League said on Monday he would stick with his coalition with the anti-establishment 5-Star party, despite his own victory and 5-Star's disappointing third place finish in a European election.

Trump to help Japan bring abductees home from North Korea, but families wary

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he would work with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to bring home Japanese citizens kidnapped by North Korean agents decades ago, but family members warned him not to be duped.

Spain's Sanchez, France's Macron to talk EU jobs on Monday

Spain's Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez will meet France's centrist President Emmanuel Macron on Monday to discuss the allocation of top jobs in the European Parliament, the PM's office said.

French police arrest suspect over last week's Lyon bomb blast - Interior Minister

French police have arrested a man suspected of being behind last week's bomb blast in the central city of Lyon that injured 13 people, Interior Minister Christophe Castaner said on Monday.

China bridles at rare meeting between Taiwan and U.S. security officials

China responded angrily on Monday as Taiwan confirmed the first meeting in more than four decades between senior U.S. and Taiwanese security officials.

Nationalists surge in EU Parliament vote, but pro-EU parties remain dominant

Pro-European parties retained a firm grip on the EU parliament, provisional results from the bloc's elections showed on Monday, though eurosceptic opponents saw strong gains.

UK Labour must back 'public vote' on Brexit after EU vote: McDonnell

Britain's main opposition Labour Party must back a public vote on Brexit, Labour's finance chief John McDonnell said on Monday, after voters deserted the party in droves in European elections amid anger over the country's delayed departure from the EU.

Freedom party will 'likely' support no-confidence vote against Austria's Kurz: APA

Austria's Freedom party will probably support a no-confidence vote scheduled for Monday against Austria's conservative Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, news agency APA said on Monday.

UK Labour must back second Brexit referendum after EU vote: McDonnell

Britain's main opposition Labour Party must back a second referendum, Labour's finance chief John McDonnell said on Monday, after the party was rejected by voters angry over Brexit in European elections.

UK Labour's must back second Brexit referendum after EU vote: McDonnell

Britain's main opposition Labour Party must back a second referendum, Labour's finance chief John McDonnell said on Monday, after the party was rejected by voters angry over Brexit in European elections.

Spain's PM to talk EU jobs with Macron on Monday

Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez will travel to Paris on Monday to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron to analyze the results of the European parliamentary elections, the PM's office said.

China says strongly opposes Bolton meeting Taiwan official

China's foreign ministry said on Monday that Beijing strongly opposes a meeting this month between U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton and Taiwan's national security chief David Lee.

UK interior minister says EU election result 'hugely disappointing'

Britain's interior minister Sajid Javid said on Monday his Conservative Party's performance in European elections were "hugely disappointing" and his party needed to unite to deliver Brexit.

Timeline: China's post-Tiananmen re-emergence onto the world

Next Tuesday, June 4, marks 30 years since China bloodily suppressed pro-democracy demonstrations in and around central Beijing's Tiananmen Square, when Chinese troops opened fire on their own people.

France opposed in principle to execution in Iraq of three French Islamic State members

The French foreign ministry said on Monday it was opposed in principle to the death penalty, but also said it accepted Iraqi sovereignty as Iraq's justice ministry sentenced three French citizens to death for their membership of Islamic State.

Polish nationalists win EU vote, set stage for national ballot

Poland's ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) surged to a clear victory in Sunday's European Parliament vote, a stamp of approval for the party's nationalist, eurosceptic platform before a national election later in the year.

Timeline: From reform hopes to brutal crackdown - China's Tiananmen protests

Next Tuesday, June 4, marks 30 years since China bloodily suppressed pro-democracy demonstrations in and around central Beijing's Tiananmen Square, when Chinese troops opened fire on their own people.

Trump hopes to announce more on trade deal with Japan very soon

The United States and Japan hope to have more to announce very soon on a trade deal, President Donald Trump said on Monday after meeting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during a state visit.

Japan's Abe says Trump supports his intention to meet North Korean leader

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Monday U.S. President Donald Trump gave strong support to his intention to hold unconditional talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

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