Europe is going to see mass demonstrations tomorrow. Organizers say millions have signed a petition against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. Opponents say they don't trust the agreement because it is being negotiated in secret.
A Kurdish youth group in Germany is vowing to bring destruction to Europe, following several attacks on Turkish targets. Ankara has urged Germany to do more to find those responsible for mosque attacks over the weekend.
Europe's rail giants have joined forces with a Malaysian firm to bid for a train project connecting Malaysia and Singapore. Together, they want to take on Asian rivals like China's state-owned CRRC.
Iran is currently being rocked by the largest wave of protests it has seen since 2009. Calls from around the world range from demanding regime change and voicing support for demonstrators to appealing for restraint.
Hundreds of Bulgarian nationalists have marched in Sofia in an annual celebration of World War II general Hristo Lukov, a Nazi collaborator. The city government was unsuccessful in its attempt to stop the demonstration.
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