German special police forces exercise during an anti terror training in Mainz, Germany, on July 15, 2017. German authorities said Friday, March 22, 2019, that 11 people were arrested in raids in western Germany. Those apprehended were suspected of planning an attack using a vehicle and firearms. Some 200 police officers took part in Friday's raids.<br>Boris Roessler/dpa/AP

'Kill as many infidels as possible': Suspected terror plot in Germany leads to raids; 11 arrested

German authorities say 11 people have been arrested in raids in western Germany on a group of people suspected of planning an Islamic extremist attack using a vehicle and firearms.

EU leaders postpone decision on 2050 climate goal

European Union leaders on Friday pushed back a decision on the bloc's long-term efforts to fight climate change, with some countries opposing a pledge to end most emissions of greenhouse gases by 2050.

What next? Brexit delay gives UK more time to solve crisis

Extra time has been added to the Brexit countdown clock. Here's a look at what might happen next.

Vehicle thefts near Ramstein spotlight keyless entry vulnerabilities

U.S. military and German police are warning drivers to secure their vehicles and electronic fobs following two high-value thefts from a small village near Ramstein Air Base earlier this week.

Crews at RAF Lakenheath clear the way for first permanent US F-35 jet campus in Europe

Demolition crews have begun clearing buildings at RAF Lakenheath, in eastern England, breaking down concrete and steel to make way for the U.S. military’s newest fighter jets.

Australia says tensions with Turkey ease after WWI remarks

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday tensions between his country and Turkey had eased after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's office said comments by the Turkish leader that sparked the row had been taken out of context.

Petition to stop Brexit crashes Parliament's website

A petition calling for Prime Minister Theresa May to revoke Article 50 and remain in Europe gained fresh momentum Thursday as thousands of exasperated, angry and seemingly embarrassed Brits took to the website in an attempt to stop Brexit from happening.

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