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    6 December 2014
Last updated at 12:21 ET
	  


	
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Swiss hostages escapes Abu Sayyaf captors in Philippines

     
         
 
    
    
		
        
  Lorenzo Vinciguerra was wounded during his escape and treated at a Philippines military hospital
  
	
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                      A Swiss hostage kidnapped nearly three years ago by the Abu Sayyaf Islamist group has escaped his captors in the Philippines, military officials say.
        Lorenzo Vinciguerra fled as government troops attacked the jungle camp where he was being held on the remote island of Jolo and was wounded as he fled. 
        He was later found by army troops and taken to hospital. 
        Mr Vinciguerra, 49, was one of two European bird watchers captured by the militants in the southern Philippines.
        He was seized on Tawi Tawi island in February 2012.  The fate of a Dutchman, Ewold Horn, who was taken captive with him remains unclear.
        Mr Vinciguerra managed to run away during the army attack on the Abu Sayyaf camp near Patikul town in Sulu province on Saturday morning. 
        "He found an opportunity to escape because of the running gun battle with our troops," Colonel Restituto Padilla told the AFP news agency.
        Mr Vinciguerra attacked an Abu Sayyaf commander and was shot by rebels as he made his escape.
        He is now receiving treatment for non-life threatening injuries at a military hospital, according to Ivo Sieber, the Swiss ambassador to the Philippines.
  
  Mr Vinciguerra was brought to the military hospital by helicopter
  

  He was seized in February 2012
  
      Abu Sayyaf has been active since the early 1990s.
        It is a small but violent Islamist militant group which operates in the southern Philippines.
        In October, it released two German hostages, who had been held for six months. 
  
  
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    7 December 2014
Last updated at 10:35 ET
	  


	
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Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo calls for ban on diesel cars by 2020

     
         
 
    
    
		
        
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                      The mayor of Paris has called for diesel cars to be banned from the French capital by 2020 as part of plans to reduce pollution.
        Anne Hidalgo told France's Journal du Dimanche newspaper she wanted only ultra low-emission vehicles on the capitals' main thoroughfares.
        She also suggested more pedestrianised areas and a doubling of cycle lanes.
        A partial car ban was imposed in March after the capital's air quality was found to be one of the worst on record.
  Serious risk
	      "I want diesel cars out of Paris by 2020," Ms Hidalgo said in the interview published on Sunday (in French).
        "Today 60% of Parisians already do not have cars, compared with 40% in 2001. Things are changing quickly."
  
  Ms Hidalgo said she wanted to limit the traffic on some streets to "clean vehicles"
  
      Her plans also include limits on the tourist buses that clog Paris streets, banning trucks from cutting through the city, and adding electric vans to the city's car-sharing scheme.
        She said there was a serious public health risk in the capital, with Parisians living on average six or seven months less than people not exposed to the same levels of pollution.
        The plans will be discussed by the city council on Tuesday. 
  
  The authorities have in the past banned vehicles from running on certain days
  
      Some 84% of Paris residents see fighting pollution as a priority and 54% supported a diesel ban in the city by 2020, according a poll carried out for the Journal du Dimanche.
        Research by the World Health Organization has shown that diesel engines, although more fuel efficient than petrol engines, produce more pollutants. 
  

	</description><guid isPermaLink="true">http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-30368504</guid><pubDate>Mon, 08 Dec 2014 14:18:51 GMT</pubDate></item><item><title>BBC News - Italian cuts trigger protests at La Scala opening night </title><link>http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-30373269</link><description>
    		  
    7 December 2014
Last updated at 22:21 ET
	  


	
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Italian cuts trigger protests at La Scala opening night 

     
         
 
    
    
		
        
  The demonstrators threw flares, eggs and vegetables at riot police
  
	
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                      Scuffles have broken out outside Italy's La Scala opera house in Milan during a protest against labour market reforms and austerity measures.
        The disturbances took place as Daniel Barenboim celebrated his last gala season opener as music director of La Scala on Sunday.
        He brought the orchestra on stage to bask in a prolonged standing ovation.
        La Scala's opening performance, which this year was Beethoven's Fidelio, is a highlight of Italy's cultural year.
  Wealthy guests
	      It is often attended by top sportsmen, politicians and businessmen, although this year Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and President Giorgio Napolitano stayed away.
  
   Italy's recession has stretched the finances at the famous Milan opera house, whose managers made several appeals to sponsors ahead of the opening
  

  The protesters were kept away from the front of the famous opera house
  

  The protests did not stop theatre-goers from enjoying a lavish opening performance 
  

  At the end of the performance of Fidelio the cast received an extended ovation 
  
      As the performance began, protesters a few streets away threw flares, eggs and vegetables at riot police, who prevented them from getting too close to the 18th century theatre. 
        Wealthy guests - some paying as much 2,000 euros ($2,460) for a ticket -  were jeered as they entered the building.
        The protesters were upset about changes to labour laws which make it easier to dismiss workers. 
        Two police officers were reported to have been injured by flares and petrol bombs thrown by the protesters. 
        Argentinean-born Israeli conductor Mr Barenboim will leave La Scala at the end of this year.
        Correspondents say that  Italy's economic downturn has hit finances of the country's best known opera house.
  

	</description><guid isPermaLink="true">http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-30373269</guid><pubDate>Mon, 08 Dec 2014 14:18:49 GMT</pubDate></item><item><title>BBC News - France promises to fight anti-Semitism after attack</title><link>http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-30370008</link><description>
    		  
    7 December 2014
Last updated at 11:20 ET
	  


	
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France promises to fight anti-Semitism after attack

     
         
 
    
    
		
        
  Bernard Cazeneuve addressed hundreds of people at a rally against anti-Semitism in Creteil
  
	
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                      France's interior minister has vowed to make the fight against anti-Semitism a "national cause" following an attack on a Jewish couple last week.
        Bernard Cazenueve was addressing a rally in the Paris suburb of Creteil where the attack took place.
        Three people have been arrested in connection with the attack, in which a woman was raped and money stolen.
        Officials say there has been a sharp increase in the number of anti-Semitism attacks in France in recent months.
        Mr Cazeneuve told hundreds of assembled demonstrators that the government would defend France's Jewish community with "all its force".
        "We must make the fight against racism and anti-Semitism a national cause," he said.
  Jews 'in danger'
	      Roger Cukierman, the head of France's umbrella group for Jewish organisations, the CRIF, said that anti-Semitism was an increasing problem in France.
        "Jews feel in danger. Some are already leaving France," he said at the rally.
        Lawyers said the young couple were targeted because of their religion.
        One of the attackers allegedly told the male victim "you Jews, you have money".
  
  The brutal attack took place in the town of Creteil south-east of Paris
  
      France has the largest Jewish community in Europe and a recent report said there had been a significant increase in anti-Semitic acts there this year.
        Earlier this year, a French jihadist was accused of murdering four people in a gun attack on the Jewish museum in the Belgian capital, Brussels. 
        Two years ago, three Jewish children and their teacher were among seven people murdered by French Islamist Mohamed Merah in the southern city of Toulouse.
  

	</description><guid isPermaLink="true">http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-30370008</guid><pubDate>Mon, 08 Dec 2014 14:18:52 GMT</pubDate></item><item><title>BBC News - Merkel condemns Russia 'interfering' in Eastern Europe</title><link>http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-30366947</link><description>
    		  
    7 December 2014
Last updated at 05:32 ET
	  


	
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Merkel condemns Russia 'interfering' in Eastern Europe

     
         
 
    
    
		
        
  Russian President Vladimir Putin with German Chancellor Angela Merkel: ties between the two countries have been strained by the Ukraine crisis
  

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                      German Chancellor Angela Merkel has accused Russia of interfering in the affairs of Eastern European countries seeking closer ties with the EU.
        In an interview in Die Welt am Sonntag newspaper (in German), Mrs Merkel said Russia was "creating problems" for Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine.
        Russia's violation of "the territorial integrity... of Ukraine must not be allowed to stand", she added.
        Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine have signed trade deals with the EU.
        Russia is suspicious of these association agreements - it is trying to draw republics which were once part of the Soviet Union into its own customs union.
  
  
      "Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine are three countries in our eastern neighbourhood that have taken sovereign decisions to sign an association agreement with the EU," Mrs Merkel told Germany's Die Welt am Sonntag.
        "Russia is creating problems for all three of these countries," she said, pointing to frozen conflicts in breakaway regions like Trans-Dniester, Abkhazia and South Ossetia, as well as Russian actions in eastern Ukraine.  
        Last month Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a "strategic partnership" agreement with Georgia's breakaway region of Abkhazia, drawing strong criticism from Nato and the EU.
  Correct response
	      In the interview, Mrs Merkel also accused Moscow of trying to make countries in the western Balkans economically and politically dependent on Russia in order to gain influence there.
        She said she was "convinced" that the "common European response to Russia's actions is correct".
        The Ukraine crisis began a year ago, when then-President Viktor Yanukovych abandoned an agreement on strengthening trade ties with EU in favour of closer co-operation with Russia.
        This decision sparked pro-EU protests in the capital Kiev, eventually toppling Mr Yanukovych in February.
        In the weeks that followed, Russia annexed Crimea, in Ukraine's south, and pro-Russian separatists took control of Donetsk and Luhansk, declaring independence.
        More than 4,300 people have died and almost one million have been displaced since conflict began in April, the UN says.
        The crisis has caused a serious rift between Russia and Ukraine's Western supporters.
  

	</description><guid isPermaLink="true">http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-30366947</guid><pubDate>Mon, 08 Dec 2014 14:18:50 GMT</pubDate></item><item><title>BBC News - Strikes in Belgium disrupt transport</title><link>http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30378351</link><description>
    		  
    8 December 2014
Last updated at 06:48 ET
	  


	
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Strikes in Belgium disrupt transport

     
         
 
    
    
		
        
  Eurostar services between Brussels and London have been cancelled by Monday's strike in Belgium
  
	
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                      Transport services in Belgium have been severely disrupted by strikes protesting against government austerity measures.
        Monday's action halted all underground trains, buses and trams in Brussels. 
        High-speed trains to France, the Netherlands and Germany were suspended, along with Eurostar services to London.
        The strike is the latest in a series of weekly protests that will end with a nationwide general strike on 15 December.
        Industrial action involving baggage handlers also resulted in 267 departing flights, almost half of the total, being cancelled at Brussels' international airport.
        The strike has forced Eurostar services to Brussels to terminate at Lille. Services to the Belgian capital will also face similar disruption next Monday.
        Workers were stopped from entering some industrial areas by pickets, while schools and public services in Belgium were also disrupted.
        The public sector movement began early last month with 100,000 people taking part in a march in Brussels that ended in clashes leaving 112 police injured.
        Several vehicles were set alight by protesters who also hurled stones and flares at police. About 50 people were hurt and 30 detained, officials said.
        Unions are opposing a decision by Charles Michel's centre-right coalition government to scrap a cost-of-living wage rise next year. They are also protesting against public sector cutbacks and plans to increase the retirement age.
        Mr Michel was sworn in as prime minister in October. The 38-year-old French-speaking liberal is Belgium's youngest leader since 1841. 
  

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    6 December 2014
Last updated at 16:53 ET
	  


	
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Clashes at Greek protests to mark police shooting

     
         
 
    
    
		
        
  Protesters clashed with riot police on Saturday night
  
	
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                      Clashes have erupted in the capital of Greece during protests marking six years since police shot dead an unarmed teenager.
        At least 5,000 demonstrators marched in Athens on Saturday. Some attacked shops and hurled petrol bombs at riot police.
        Police officers used tear gas and a water cannon to disperse protesters.
        The demonstrators had been marking the anniversary of 15-year-old Alexis Grigoropoulos' death. He was shot by an officer who has since been jailed.
        Mr Grigoropoulos' killing on 6 December 2008 sparked violent riots across Greece, with cars being set alight and shops looted in a number of cities.
        Clashes have also broken out on previous anniversaries of his death.
        On Saturday, anti-establishment protesters attacked banks and damaged shops and bus stops. 
  
  Petrol bombs were thrown at police, who responded with tear gas and water canon
  

  Earlier on Saturday, thousands marched in a rally marking Alexis Grigoropoulos' death
  
      At one point, demonstrators looted a clothes shop and set fire to the merchandise in the street, the Associated Press news agency reported.
        According to Reuters, police said they detained close to 100 protesters.
        Clashes primarily took place in Athen's Exarchia neighbourhood, but violence was also reported in Thessaloniki, in northern Greece.
        No injuries were reported in either city.
        Protesters have also been expressing support for Nikos Romanos, a friend of Mr Grigoropoulos who witnessed his death.
        Romanos, 21, has been jailed for attempted bank robbery. He is currently on hunger strike, demanding study leave after he was accepted onto a university course.
  

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