Spain's leftist parties received less support than expected in Sunday's parliamentary elections. Supporters of the Conservatives hope the current recovery continues.
Ex-Catalan President Carles Puigdemont, wanted for rebellion in Spain, has met representatives from his JuntsxCat party in a Berlin hotel. The party insists it is open to talks with Mariano Rajoy's government in Madrid.
The Lords may save the day and the customs union. Meanwhile, the British Empire is returning, but it won't strike back, and Boris Johnson is looking to Hungary's Viktor Orban for an ally on Brexit.
After 20 years of the Good Friday deal, peace in Northern Ireland remains fragile. Former Irish prime minister Bertie Ahern says cool heads are needed - but walked out over questions on the scandal that ended his tenure.
More than 300,000 people have rallied in Barcelona, calling for the release of Catalan separatist politicians. A wide range of political and social groups came together to organize the protest.
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