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On May Day, workers of the world unite and protest

Europeans took to the streets on Monday, celebrating the international workers` holiday of May Day with an assortment of rallies and demonstrations, which in France turned violent as protesters threw petrol bombs at police.

French far-right leader Marine Le Pen calls on Europeans to 'wake up'

French far-right leader Marine Le Pen urged European voters to follow the example of Americans and the British and "wake up" in 2017, at a meeting of right-wing leaders aiming to oust established parties in elections this year.

UK police say almost 6,200 hate crimes in month after Brexit vote

UK police say almost 6,200 hate crimes in month after Brexit vote

British police said on Friday there had been almost 6,200 hate crimes reported in the last month following the vote to leave the European Union in a referendum where immigration had been a key issue.

Asian travelers most addicted to their smartphones, Europeans the least: Survey

Asian travelers most addicted to their smartphones, Europeans the least: Survey

According to the report prepared by Expedia and Egencia, 60 percent of travelers around the world said they would be unwilling to go on vacation without their mobile device, while a full 35 percent said they use their phones more while on vacation, than they do at home.

Millions more Europeans at risk of poverty if austerity drags on: Oxfam

Up to 25 million more Europeans are at risk of sinking into poverty by 2025 if governments push on with austerity measures, international aid agency Oxfam warned Wednesday, calling such policies "moral and economic nonsense".