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LONDON (Reuters) - The United States said on Tuesday it would let some British travellers skip passport and customs queues at its airports, in a bid to attract more visitors from the UK.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Both Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives and their Social Democrat coalition partners back the idea of setting up centres to process asylum seekers, but can't agree on where to put them or even what to call them.
ZURICH (Reuter) - FIFA have reversed their decision to allow Palestine to host Thursday’s World Cup qualifier against Saudi Arabia at home, ordered that it be played on neutral territory and postponed the game until Monday.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Twenty-six people thought to be Lebanese and Syrian were winched to safety by helicopters off Cyprus in an overnight operation when their sailboat began to sink in rough seas, authorities said.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Guenther Schabowski, the former senior East German Communist official who accidentally announced the opening of the Berlin Wall, has died aged 86, German media reported on Sunday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel failed on Sunday to fully resolve differences within her ruling coalition over how to deal with the huge refugee influx, leaving open a row that has rocked her government.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - A newly formed U.S.-backed Syrian rebel alliance on Saturday launched an offensive against Islamic State in the northeast province of Hasaka, a day after the United States said it would send special forces to advise insurgents fighting the jihadists.
ZAGREB (Reuters) - Police in Croatia said on Wednesday they were registering migrants entering from Serbia and would transport them to reception centres near the capital Zagreb.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban expects a high rate of asylum requests to be rejected after tougher new rules take effect from midnight, according to excerpts of an interview with private broadcaster TV2 published online on Monday.