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Migrant soccer team's goal: Integration into southern Italy
A soccer team fielding only African migrants is hoping to win hearts and games in one of Italy's poorest regions, where locals and foreigners once clashed in bloody fights.
Lawyers for relatives of Germanwings victims may sue in US
German lawyers representing dozens of families who lost loved ones in the Germanwings plane crash last month say they may sue the airline in the United States to get more compensation.
Russian bikers: Poland's entry ban won't stop ride to Berlin
The leader of a Russian nationalist motorcycle club whose members were refused entry into Poland says they haven't abandoned their plans to ride to Berlin to commemorate the defeat of Nazi Germany 70 years ago.
EU officials seek major changes to face security challenges
European Union officials are seeking sweeping changes in bloc policies and practices to face new security risks arising from terrorism, organized crime and cybercrime.
Study: Obama most followed on Twitter, pope most influential
A new study shows U.S. President Barack Obama is still by far the most followed world leader on Twitter, but Pope Francis is considered the most influential by the number of his messages retweeted.
Michael Douglas warns nukes more powerful 'than ever before'
Actor Michael Douglas is reminding world powers that the threat of nuclear weapons is "no less important today than it was in my childhood."
Finnish navy drops depth charges onto suspected submarine
The Finnish military says it has dropped depth charges onto a suspected submarine in the sea outside Helsinki after twice detecting the presence of a foreign object in the area.
Putin says Russia over worst of economic downturn
Russian President Vladimir Putin says his country's economy has weathered the worst effects of its downturn even though it appears headed for a deep recession.
Google pledges $162M for European digital journalism fund
Google says it will give European publishers 150 million euros ($162.33 million) to help them adapt to the challenge of selling news online.
Auschwitz survivor: Trial of ex-Nazi guard is 'satisfaction'
An Auschwitz survivor who lost 49 family members in the Holocaust says the fact that a 93-year-old former guard at the death camp is on trial is more important than any punishment.
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