New York Times : Europe
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Your Monday Briefing  05h26 24 février
Penn Bullock
Wearing protective masks and suits at the Venice Carnival on Sunday. The final two days of the event have been canceled because of the coronavirus.
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Europe Confronts Coronavirus as Italy Battles an Eruption of Cases  08h10 24 février
Jason Horowitz and Elisabetta Povoledo
Police officers stopped cars on the road outside Casalpusterlengo, Italy, one of the towns under quarantine, on Sunday.
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Founder of French Charity Is Accused of Pattern of Abuse  19h46 23 février
Eva Mbengue
The founder of L’Arche, Jean Vanier, was accused of having manipulative sexual relationships with at least six women in France.
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Raf Simons Becomes Co-Creative Director at Prada  14h56 23 février
Vanessa Friedman
Residents and rescue workers searching for victims in Van Province, Turkey, on Sunday in the aftermath of an earthquake.
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Earthquake in Iran Kills at Least 9 in Neighboring Turkey  11h23 23 février
The Associated Press
La Zagaleta, a luxury estate, was once the property of the billionaire Saudi arms dealer Adnan Khashoggi.
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1920: Britain, Italy and Japan Recognized Soviet Russia  10h00 23 février
The International Herald Tribune
Burnley was promoted, and then immediately relegated, twice before becoming a Premier League fixture in recent seasons.
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A Mexican Oil Chief’s Hide-Out: Sea Views and 2 Golf Courses  17h34 22 février
Raphael Minder
Meghan and Prince Harry made the concession after lengthy negotiations with Buckingham Palace.
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Bricks and Mortar Help to Lock In a Premier League Future  19h46 23 février
Rory Smith
Reinbert De Leeuw at Carnegie Hall in 2008. Though not as well known internationally as other maestros, he brought crucial attention to contemporary music.
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For Harry and Meghan, No More Royal’ in Their Brand  02h29 22 février
Mark Landler
A memorial for the victims of the far-right attack in Hanau, Germany, on Friday.
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Reinbert de Leeuw, Dutch Champion of Contemporary Music, Dies at 81  17h46 23 février
Anthony Tommasini
President Emmanuel Macron of France has vowed to reopen the Paris cathedral within five years.
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The Perils of Having Your Dreams Come True  18h58 21 février
Rory Smith
A mural in Rome depicting Mr. Zaki being embraced by the Italian researcher Giulio Regeni, who died in Cairo in 2016.
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Far-Right Terrorism Is No. 1 Threat, Germany Is Told After Attack  05h52 22 février
Melissa Eddy
The mayor of Cologne, Henriette Reker, was stabbed in 2015 by a man who wanted to punish her for her pro-refugee stance. Since then, the threats have not stopped.
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Notre-Dame’s Crypt and Square May Reopen in Spring  16h10 21 février
Elian Peltier
Members of the Lyon Opera Ballet performing in New York. The company’s artistic director was recently fired after a court found that he had discriminated against a dancer.
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An Egyptian’s Arrest Rekindles an Italian Trauma  05h51 22 février
Declan Walsh and Elisabetta Povoledo
The East European Resource Center in London. Major industries that rely on female migrants are likely to see personnel shortages under the new immigration policy.
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Politics of Hate’ Takes a Toll in Germany Well Beyond Immigran  18h50 23 février
Katrin Bennhold and Melissa Eddy
The attack at the London Central Mosque on Thursday was not being treated as terrorism, the police said.