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  1. Polish Catholics pray at borders 'to save country'

    10.07 / 20:26 www.france24.com France24.com -Europe
    Thousands of Polish Catholics formed human chains on the country's borders Saturday, begging God "to save Poland and the world" in an event many viewed as a spiritual weapon against the "Islamisation" of…
  2. Why a Mossos officer opposed to Catalan independence wants to quit

    10.07 / 16:35 www.france24.com France24.com -Europe
    Catalonia’s police have an impressive reputation but, according to one officer, the culture within is undeniably pro-independence and increasingly “political”. After 20 years, this officer-- who opposes secession-- says she wants to resig…
  3. Man detained after car hits pedestrians outside London museum

    10.07 / 16:35 www.france24.com France24.com -Europe
    London police said on Saturday a number of pedestrians had been injured near the city's Natural History Museum and that a man had been detained at the…
  4. Supporters of opposition leader Navalny rally across Russia

    10.07 / 16:35 www.france24.com France24.com -Europe
    Supporters of opposition leader Alexei Navalny rallied across Russia on Saturday, heeding his call to push authorities to let him enter the presidential…
  5. Spanish pro-unity protesters demand action over Catalonia crisis

    10.07 / 16:35 www.france24.com France24.com -Europe
    Thousands of demonstrators rallied across Madrid on Saturday calling for Spanish unity and demanding action to resolve a volatile political crisis over plans by Catalan separatists to declare…
  6. Danish police find missing body parts of Swedish journalist Kim Wall

    10.07 / 10:44 www.france24.com France24.com -Europe
    Danish police said on Saturday divers had found the head and the legs of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, who died in mysterious circumstances on an inventor’s homemade s…
  7. Pro-independence Catalans divided over next step

    10.07 / 05:20 www.france24.com France24.com -Europe
    Although they all voted in favour of Catalonia’s independence in last week’s referendum, many “yes” voters are now split over the next step for the region. The fissures run deep among voters and politicians alike…
  8. Spanish courts and regional banks pile pressure on Catalan separatists

    10.07 / 05:20 www.france24.com France24.com -Europe
    Catalonia's separatist leaders came under growing pressure on Thursday as Spanish judges ordered the suspension of a planned session of the Catalan parliament and reports emerged that several of the region's top businesses were planning to move…
  9. Make 'em pay: Can Europe agree on a common corporate tax rate?

    10.07 / 05:20 www.france24.com France24.com -Europe
    Now it's Amazon and Apple in the crosshairs of Brussels. The European Competition Commissioner is playing tax collector, ordering Amazon to pay some 250 million euros to Luxembourg. Now the question: will the Luxembourgers take collection? We ask because in the same breath, the Commission announced it's taking Ireland to the European Court of Justice for failing to recover up to 13 billion euros of tax from…
  10. Spain's constitutional court suspends Catalan parliament session in attempt to block independence

    10.07 / 05:20 www.france24.com France24.com -Europe
    Spain's constitutional court on Thursday ordered the suspension of a planned session in Catalonia's parliament, which separatist leaders have called for the region to declare…
  11. 'The refugee crisis was for Europe what 9/11 was for the United States'

    10.07 / 05:20 www.france24.com France24.com -Europe
    Ivan Krastev is the chairman of the Centre for Liberal Strategies in Sofia, and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He is an expert on European affairs and has received much acclaim for his latest book, "After Europe." He tells FRANCE 24 why he believes the refugee crisis was a turning point for Europe, whether Brussels can help solve the Catalan crisis, and why he doesn’t believe Brexit will be r…