International News

BBC News - Europe
  1. President Emmanuel Macron says the EU needs to know quickly what the UK wants with Brexit.
  2. Police hunt for a cyclist after a parcel bomb attack injures at least 13 people in the city of Lyon.
  3. From Australia to Europe, school children are skipping classes to call for action on climate change.
  4. The centre-left Labour party hails a "bizarre comeback" in European elections based on exit polls.
  5. Paul Whelan claims he is "constantly subjected" to abuse and harassment in jail in Russia.
  6. An emotional Theresa May confirms she will step down as Tory leader on 7 June, saying she has done all she can and a new prime minister will have to deliver Brexit.
  7. Thousands of EU citizens have been unable to vote in the European elections, a campaign group says.
  8. Will the traditional powers hold on to a slim majority, or will the far right make gains the gains they hope for?
  9. With about 170 million votes in 28 nations, European elections can be complex. Here's how it works.
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