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Up to 20,000 in Copenhagen vigil for Paris attack victims: police

Up to 20,000 people, among them Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen, gathered for a candlelight vigil at the gates of the French embassy in Copenhagen mourn the victims of the Paris attacks.

Up to 20,000 in Copenhagen vigil for Paris attack victims: police
US, France agree on 'concrete steps' against IS: Pentagon

The defense ministers of France and the United States agreed on "concrete steps" to intensify cooperation against the Islamic State group, the Pentagon said.

US, France agree on 'concrete steps' against IS: Pentagon
Turkey cancels $3.4 bln missile deal with China

Turkey has cancelled a multi-billion-dollar deal with China to build its first anti-missile system that had alarmed Ankara's allies in NATO.

Turkey cancels $3.4 bln missile deal with China
Ex Polish leader Walesa slams Warsaw plan to drop refugee quotas

Former Polish leader and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Lech Walesa slammed plans by his country's incoming government to stop welcoming refugees.

Ex Polish leader Walesa slams Warsaw plan to drop refugee quotas
World confronted by 'new type of war': German president

German President Joachim Gauck said the world is confronted with a "new type of war" perpetrated by terrorists bent on killing those who refuse to follow their "barbaric ideology".

World confronted by 'new type of war': German president
Obama, Putin break ice in six-second encounter

Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Barack Obama shook hands and chatted in a six-second encounter at a summit in Turkey, breaking the ice for the first time since Moscow launched its air campaign in Syria.

Obama, Putin break ice in six-second encounter
Islamic State group claims Paris attacks

The Islamic State jihadist group claimed gun and bomb attacks that left more than 120 people dead in Paris in a statement posted online.

Islamic State group claims Paris attacks
Paris attacks heighten pressure at Vienna Syria talks

Multiple "terror" attacks in Paris increased the pressure on some 20 countries and organisations meeting in Vienna on Saturday to overcome deep divisions and help end Syria's horrific civil war.

Paris attacks heighten pressure at Vienna Syria talks
Putin calls for unity against 'terrorism' after Paris attacks

Moscow called on Saturday for the international community to unite in its fight against terrorism after a string of attacks in Paris left more than 128 people dead on Friday.

Putin calls for unity against 'terrorism' after Paris attacks
French FM says 'more necessary than ever' to coordinate anti-terror fight

The Paris attacks show it is more vital than ever to coordinate global efforts to fight terrorism, France's foreign minister said, vowing that French "international action" will not stop.

French FM says 'more necessary than ever' to coordinate anti-terror fight
British PM Cameron 'shocked' by Paris attacks

British Prime Minister David Cameron said he was "shocked" after at least 18 people were reported killed in multiple attacks in Paris, including one near the Stade de France sports stadium.

British PM Cameron 'shocked' by Paris attacks
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Apocalyptic scenes as Paris hit by multiple attacks

Sirens blaring, blood on the roads, weeping relatives: nightmare scenes played out on the streets of Paris on Friday night as at least 120 people were killed in simultaneous attacks.

Apocalyptic scenes as Paris hit by multiple attacks
India's Modi to address huge London rally, lunch with queen

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to address a huge rally at London'sWembley Stadium and have lunch with Queen Elizabeth II on Friday, the second day of his visit to Britain.

India's Modi to address huge London rally, lunch with queen
EU chief says reform deal with Britain 'very, very tough'

Top EU official Donald Tusk warned it would be "very, very tough" to reach a deal on reforms Prime Minister David Cameron has asked for to help keep Britain in the bloc.

EU chief says reform deal with Britain 'very, very tough'
FIFA approves five presidential candidates, Platini pending

FIFA approved five candidates to stand in February's vote to replace Sepp Blatter as president of world football's governing body, but Michel Platini has not yet made the list.

FIFA approves five presidential candidates, Platini pending
EU mulls summit with Turkey's Erdogan in late November: sources

EU leaders were considering holding a summit with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan later this month to seek his help in curbing migrant flows to Europe.

EU mulls summit with Turkey's Erdogan in late November: sources
Catalan president loses second attempt to secure new term

The outgoing head of the Catalan government, Artur Mas, failed again to garner enough support in the regional parliament to secure a new term following a September vote.

Catalan president loses second attempt to secure new term
Cameron announces £9bn in UK-India deals during Modi visit

Prime Minister David Cameron said British and Indian companies will announce deals worth a total of £9.0 billion during his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi's visit to Britain.

Cameron announces £9bn in UK-India deals during Modi visit
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Geo-economy of Eurasian region discussed at Astana Club

The first meeting of the Astana club has gathered over 50 experts in economics, politics, international relationships to discuss the geo-economic situation in the Eurasian regio

Geo-economy of Eurasian region discussed at Astana Club
Kremlin admits TV stations showed 'secret' nuclear torpedo plan

The Kremlin admitted that Russian television had accidentally shown secret plans detailing a nuclear torpedo system in development.

Kremlin admits TV stations showed 'secret' nuclear torpedo plan