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UK to Overhaul Terror Sentences after London Knife Attack

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Monday he wanted to overhaul the automatic early release of terror convicts after a stabbing attack in London claimed by Islamic State.

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12 Hurt as Train Hits Buffer at Swiss Station

A dozen people were injured in the central Swiss city of Luzern Monday, when a train sped into the station and slammed into a buffer, police said.

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UK Police Search Homes in Terror Stabbing Probe

British police were searching two homes on Monday after shooting dead a convicted terrorist who knifed two people in a London street.

Sudesh Amman, 20, who was wearing a fake suicide vest, was shot on a busy road in south London on Sunday after what police said was an "Islamist-related" incident.

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Next Brexit Battle Begins over Future Ties

The EU and Britain will set the stage for Brexit's next bruising chapter on Monday, laying down their vision and red lines for a post-divorce future following the UK's dramatic exit from the bloc.

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Trump Impeachment Trial to Resume for Final Arguments

President Donald Trump's impeachment trial resumes for final arguments Monday before an expected acquittal later in the week that Democrats have said will be invalid because no witnesses testified. 

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Man Shot by Police after 'Terrorist-Related' London Stabbing

British police on Sunday said they had shot a man in Streatham in south London after several people were stabbed in a suspected "terrorist-related" incident. 

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Top EU Diplomat to Visit Tehran amid Nuclear Tensions

Top EU diplomat Josep Borrell was Monday due to visit Iran, said officials in Tehran and Brussels, on his first trip there since taking office, aiming to reduce rising tensions over the Islamic republic's nuclear program.

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France Ramps Up Sahel Military Presence to Counter Jihadist Threat

France said Sunday it was boosting its military presence in the Sahel by adding a further 600 troops to its 4,500-strong operation in Mali and four other countries in the region.

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Rouhani Says Iranians Must Have 'Right to Choose' at Polls

Iranians must have the "right to choose" between different political movements, President Hassan Rouhani said Sunday, as controversy grows over the disqualification of thousands of candidates in upcoming polls.

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Pompeo Pushes against China, Russia in Visit to 'Stans'

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Uzbekistan on Sunday for the final stop of a five-country tour in which he is maneuvering to undercut Chinese and Russian influence.

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