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As the fighting in Eastern Ukraine intensifies again, the presidents of Ukraine and Russia, they’ll be sitting down with the French and German leaders trying to thrash out a peace plan.
The new Greek government has won a confidence vote in its parliament on plans to renegotiate the country’s international bailout. The vote comes ahead of Wednesday’s emergency meeting of EU finance ministers which will consider the Greek government’s position.
46 people accused of belonging to a Belgian Islamism group that sent young men to fight in Syria are about to hear the verdicts. Prosecutors have accused members of Sharia for Belgium of being part of a terror organization.
Australia’s anti-terrorism police have arrested two men who were allegedly planning a public beheading. The two were arrested in Western Sydney where officers are reported to have seized a hunting knife, a machete and a flag.