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Around 100 people were missing and feared dead in the Mediterranean Sea after their smugglers' boat capsized, said Libyan coast guard.
The new populist government in Italy had said that it wanted to restore traditionally close relations between Rome and Moscow, with sanctions to be reviewed.
Earlier in May, the two parties agreed to form a new coalition government, with a platform calling for the deportation of thousands of migrants, tax cuts and a basic income for the unemployed.
In an article published Saturday, he wrote that EU leaders might be willing to "reform and meet us half way" to keep the U.K. in the bloc.
In the investigation spanning seven years, Google was accused of manipulating its search engine results to favour its new shopping service at the expense of smaller price-comparison websites.
About 72,000 migrants have arrived in Italy by sea in 2017 marking 20 percent increase on the same period last year, and more than 2,000 have died in the attempt.
The European Union slapped technology giant Google with a record fine of 2.42 billion euros or $2.7 billion for breaching EU antitrust rules by abusing the monopoly it enjoys over internet search.
Facebook will launch the Online Civil Courage Initiative in the UK to train non-governmental organizations to help them monitor and respond to extremist content.
Theresa May's loss of her parliamentary majority in last week's election increases the likelihood the government will try to retain some British access to the European Union's single market.
The 27 leaders will use anniversary of signing of Treaty of Rome on March 25, 1957, to hail the peace and prosperity they say the project has brought Europe in the aftermath of World War II.
However, the Conservative leader refused repeated questions about when the right time might be, leaving the door open for a vote further in the future.
The EU unveiled an ambitious plan on Tuesday to support the reconstruction of war-torn Syria, calling it a "dividend" to encourage warring parties to reach a peace deal.
Britain lurched closer to leaving the European Union Monday when Parliament stopped resisting and gave Prime Minister Theresa May the power to file for divorce from the bloc.
Erdogan at the weekend twice accused NATO ally Netherlands of acting like the Nazis
The legislation is a requirement from the Supreme Court, which said that May needs lawmakers' approval to be able to invoke Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty.