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ROME (Reuters) - Italy's 5-Star Movement will enter a coalition with the opposition Democratic Party (PD) only if it agrees to a string of policy demands, the 5-Star leader said on Friday, setting an uncompromising tone for the negotiations.
(Reuters) - Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante has not recovered from an ankle injury and will miss Saturday's Premier League encounter with Sheffield United, manager Frank Lampard said on Friday.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - Fizzled investments, cyber security warnings and a Prague mayor defying Beijing by forging his own diplomatic path are muddying inroads China has made into the Czech Republic as it seeks to extend its influence in Europe.
SELA PRI KAMNIKU, Slovenia (Reuters) - A large wooden sculpture that strongly resembles Donald Trump was erected this week in Slovenia, home country of Trump's wife Melania, though its designer insists it is meant to represent a "statue of liberty", not the U.S. president.
(Reuters) - England fast bowler James Anderson has been ruled out for the rest of the Ashes series against Australia due to a niggling calf injury, the country's cricket board (ECB) announced on Friday.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland's foreign minister Pekka Haavisto said EU colleagues had more expectations of proceeding towards EU membership talks with North Macedonia and Albania as the bloc's leaders met in Helsinki.
OSLO/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Friday he wanted to clarify that an Iranian tanker at the centre of a dispute between Washington and Tehran was headed towards Lebanese territorial waters, not a Lebanese port.
(Reuters) - Rangers were ordered by UEFA to close a section of their Ibrox Stadium for their next Europa League home match in the group stage due to racist behaviour and sectarian singing by the Scottish club's fans.
MONACO (Reuters) - Europa League runners-up Arsenal and semi-finalists Eintracht Frankfurt were grouped together in the draw for this season's competition, which was held in Monaco on Friday.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's next government must cut income taxes to boost consumption, relaunch investment and focus on health and education, the leader of the Democratic Party (PD) said on Friday after talks with Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte.