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Did anti-Semites infiltrate France's yellow vests?
A Jewish human rights group has told DW that anti-Semites "hijacked" the yellow vest movement. Anti-Semitic attacks are on the rise in France, something the government has linked with the protests. [ + ]

Donald Trump: Car tariffs hinge on trade talks with 'very difficult' EU
During talks with the US president, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said he wanted to prevent an escalation in the trade war between the US and the EU. However, Trump said he isn't taking car tariffs off the table. [ + ]

Bangladesh says British IS bride Shamima Begum not a citizen
The Foreign Ministry in Dhaka has rejected any claim that British IS bride Shamima Begum might have to citizenship. The UK has moved to withdraw Begum's citizenship, in a move she has described as "a bit unjust." [ + ]

May and Juncker confirm commitment to plod along as clock runs down on Brexit
The UK prime minister and the president of the European Commission have said that talks were "constructive," yet they produced no plan to break the current impasse. Further talks are planned. [ + ]

France's Macron unveils plan to tackle anti-Semitism
French President Emmanuel Macron has announced new measures to tackle anti-Semitism, including a ban on extremist far-right groups. The move comes after a recent hike in anti-Semitic attacks. [ + ]

Opinion: Putin's empty promises
In his annual speech, Russia's Vladimir Putin tried to fight sinking political popularity with often heard promises. But these are shattered by a reality that he has been responsible for, says DW's Ingo Mannteufel. [ + ]

Germany rebuffs UK call to lift ban on arms exports to Saudi Arabia
Germany manufactures key components of European defense projects, amplifying the effect of its export bans. Britain's foreign secretary warned that the Saudi arms export ban damages common European defense policy. [ + ]

Anti-Brexit lawmakers quit Theresa May's Conservative Party
Three anti-Brexit lawmakers have quit the Conservative Party, saying PM Theresa May is handling the Brexit process "disastrously." The move comes two days after several anti-Brexit lawmakers left the Labour Party. [ + ]

Switzerland avalanche: 1 dead as police call off rescue at Crans-Montana
Swiss rescue teams have stopped a search for people after an avalanche killed one and injured three others. It was a rare avalanche onto a busy piste. [ + ]

Vladimir Putin says Russia will target US if it deploys missiles to Europe
The Russian president delivered his state-of-the-nation address on Wednesday. He accused the US of unilaterally withdrawing from the INF treaty and said he would target the US if it deployed missiles in Europe. [ + ]

Hackers target democratic institutions in Europe, says Microsoft
Microsoft has accused Russian hacking group Fancy Bear of launching a series of recent attacks against think tanks in Europe. Cybersecurity is a major concern ahead of European parliamentary elections in May. [ + ]

Berlin power outage leaves 30,000 in the dark
Construction workers in Berlin severed a power line, cutting power for 30,000 residents. Authorities hope to have power restored by Wednesday afternoon. [ + ]

UK intends to revoke citizenship of IS bride Shamima Begum
Shamima Begum, a London teen who left to join the "Islamic State" group in 2015, is set to lose her UK citizenship. The case has spurred debate about how Britain will deal with former IS fighters, brides and children. [ + ]

EU's Jean-Claude Juncker slams Viktor Orban over Soros migrant poster
European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker has said Viktor Orban's political party does not belong in his center-right EPP group. Orban's party has accused Juncker and the EU of purposely weakening Hungary's borders. [ + ]

German and French ministers issue manifesto for European industrial policy
The German and French economy ministers have set out a 14-point manifesto for a European industrial policy fit for the 21st century. After it blocked the Alstom-Siemens tie-up, the EU faced stern criticism. [ + ]

Turkish court upholds sentences against Cumhuriyet journalists
A Turkish court has upheld sentences against journalists and staff from newspaper Cumhuriyet. The case is widely viewed as a political move against critical media. [ + ]

French President Macron visits Quatzenheim Jewish cemetery after graves desecrated
President Emmanuel Macron has visited a Jewish cemetery in Alsace, after 80 graves were vandalized overnight. Politicians from across the spectrum joined marches across France to condemn recent anti-Semitic incidents. [ + ]

Sex abuse scandals in the Catholic Church
Pope Francis is set to convene a sexual abuse summit in Rome on Thursday. The string of scandals around the globe involving priests abusing children has shaken the Catholic Church to its core. [ + ]

EU backs cuts to CO2 emissions from trucks
EU member states have struck a deal to curb carbon pollution from trucks over the next decade. The bloc already has limits in place for cars, but the new pact is a first for heavy utility vehicles. [ + ]

Honda closure adds to UK's Brexit gloom
Japanese car giant Honda has announced it will close its only car plant in Britain in 2021. Several carmakers have announced plans to trim UK operations, with concerns that a no-deal Brexit could disrupt supply lines. [ + ]
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