The protests came after the Spanish Supreme Court detained five Catalan separatist leaders, including Catalan presidential candidate Jordi Turull. In total 25 people, the core of the movement, have been indicted over last year's independence drive.
About 20 Information Commissioner's Office officials arrived at the London offices of Cambridge Analytica, soon after a High Court judge issued a search warrant over allegations the firm improperly harvested information of millions of Facebook users.
The latest detentions could stir new tensions in Catalonia, where pro-independence movements have called on supporters to protest on Friday night.
Success in resolving the issue would open Macedonia's path towards NATO and EU membership, which has been blocked by Athens – which says the name Macedonia implies a territorial claim over Greece's own northern region of that name.
Greek-Turkish tensions have been heating up in the Mediterranean, but some common interests are pushing the two neighbours to co-operate, especially on trade routes.
The names chosen include 'Peresvet,' after a medieval warrior monk, for a laser and 'Burevestnik,' after a seabird, for a cruise missile.
The Foreign Office issued a statement in the wake of the eight-month sentencing of Palestinian teenage girl Ahed Tamimi, who was arrested after kicking and slapping an Israeli soldier in the occupied West Bank in December.
The proposed legislation would still allow abortions in cases where the mother's life is at risk or the pregnancy results from a crime. But it would ban abortions of irreparably sick or impaired foetuses and those with Down syndrome.
French police kill a suspected Daesh gunman holed up in a supermarket in southwestern Trebes town where he had killed three people and taken hostages earlier on Friday, officials say.
Until Washington grants them that full exemption, EU leaders say that they reserve the right "to respond to the US measures as appropriate and in a proportionate manner."
In a show of support to British PM Theresa May, the European Union as a whole has agreed to pin the blame on Moscow for a chemical attack on a double agent and his daughter in the UK.
Ratko Mladic, former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and ex-Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic are accused of forming a "joint criminal enterprise" to create a Greater Serbia by ridding the territory of Bosnian Muslims and non-Serbs.
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