British security officials said the ship was around six miles off the Isle of Wight on England's south coast, as the crew were forced to take shelter from seven stowaways who threatened them.
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Fascism not in our book, it's in yours, Turkish President Erdogan tells Dutch politician Wilders over insulting caricatures as he renews his call for his French counterpart Macron to undergo mental checks.
Belarus' Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya says a national strike will begin Monday after President Alexander Lukashenko's government responded with force to protests against him.
Around 200 far-right militants clashed with Italian riot police in Rome.
He said that European fascism had entered a new phase with attacks on the rights of Muslims, referring to a recent police raid on a mosque in Germany's Berlin.
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Lithuania, where Tsikhanouskaya lives after fleeing Belarus, requires a 14-day self-isolation period for anyone who has been in contact with someone who has tested positive.
European countries reintroduce stricter measures to try and slow down the spread of Covid-19 weeks after they believed they had triumphed over the pandemic.
Refugees reported brutal and prolonged beatings, of some being stripped naked and forced to lie like logs stacked on top of each other and two cases of severe sexual abuse.
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation criticised the "discourse from certain French politicians, which it deems to be harmful to the Muslim-French relations, hate-mongering and only serving partisan political interests."
Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar said that the cancellation of the exercises had been done after Turkey's proposal to de-escalate tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean.
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