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Middle-aged London attacker was criminal who wasn't seen as threat


BIRMINGHAM, England Before he killed four people in Britain's deadliest attack since the 2005 London bombings, Khalid Masood was considered by intelligence officers to be a criminal who posed little serious threat.


Police identify British-born attacker, victim count rises to four 7:20pm GMT

LONDON The attacker who ploughed a car through a throng of pedestrians and then stabbed a policeman outside Britain's parliament was named on Thursday as Khalid Masood, a British-born man who was once investigated by MI5 intelligence officers over concerns about violent extremism. | Video


EU risks dying, needs new vigour and passion, says Pope Francis 6:14pm GMT

VATICAN CITY Pope Francis told Europe's leaders on Friday the continent faced a "vacuum of values" as they marked the EU's 60th birthday, condemning anti-immigrant populism and extremism that he said posed a mortal threat to the bloc.


EU stalls Russian gas pipeline, but probably won't stop it 4:57pm GMT

BRUSSELS/FRANKFURT Russia has the European Union in a bind.


For weary Bulgarians, one-way ticket abroad still alluring option 4:36pm GMT

SOFIA After trying for 20 years to eke out a living as the owner of a driving school in Bulgaria, Zlatinka Zlateva finally gave up last September and took a job as a nanny in Britain.


EU's Juncker pushes for preliminary deal on Greek bailout by April 7 4:15pm GMT

BRUSSELS The European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Friday euro zone lenders and Greece should reach a technical deal before a meeting of euro zone finance ministers on April 7.


Greece's primary surplus in 2016 higher than forecast - EU official 3:54pm GMT

BRUSSELS Euro zone lenders estimate Greece had a primary surplus between 2 and 3 percent of its gross domestic product last year, much higher than the target set under its bailout programme and more than previously forecast, an EU official told Reuters on Friday.


Deutsche Bank signs up new London headquarters in show of faith in Brexit Britain 3:15pm GMT

LONDON Deutsche Bank has chosen a new office for its London headquarters, signalling a vote of confidence in Britain's capital despite the country's decision to leave the European Union. | Video


Euro zone businesses growing at fastest rate in nearly six years -PMI 3:10pm GMT

LONDON, Businesses across the euro zone marked the end of the first quarter by ramping up activity at the fastest pace in almost six years to meet burgeoning demand that came despite sharper price rises, a survey found. | Video


Poland fully committed to EU despite disputes - president 2:37pm GMT

WARSAW Poland remains fully committed to the European Union despite a series of bruising battles with Brussels and any political party that advocated following Britain out of the bloc would be rejected by Polish voters, President Andrzej Duda told Reuters.

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Germany blocked Russian hacking attacks in 2016

BERLIN Germany last year warded off two cyber attacks by APT28, a top official said Friday, referring to a Russian hacking group also dubbed "Fancy Bear" that experts say successfully targeted Hillary Clinton's U.S. election campaign.

Father of Germanwings pilot says seeking truth about crash

BERLIN Two years to the day after the Germanwings crash in southern France, the father of the plane's pilot detailed his doubts that his son intentionally brought down the aircraft to commit suicide and said he was seeking the truth about what happened.


From crepes to cocktails - can Grand Marnier's new owner make the leap?

MILAN Italian drinks group Davide Campari has a tall order to fulfil: take a neglected old liqueur out of the kitchen, where it is used as a dessert topping, and turn it into a hot new cocktail trend.

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