TOP STORIES FROM EUROPE AT 0700 GMT

UKRAINE

KIEV, Ukraine — Germany's foreign minister is set to visit Ukraine to help start talks between the Ukrainian government and its foes following the declaration of independence by two eastern regions. Frank-Walter Steinmeier hopes to encourage a quick launch of "national dialogue" between the central government and its foes in the eastern Donetsk and Luhansk regions that form the nation's industrial heartland. By Nataliya Vasilyeva. SENT: 400 words, photos.

LUXEMBOURG-GOOGLE

AMSTERDAM — The European Court of Justice is expected to rule on whether Google violates the "right to be forgotten" when it links to personal information openly published on the Internet, even when the information is outdated. The court's own lawyers sided with Google in the case, which originated in Spain. By Toby Sterling. UPCOMING: 300 words expected by 930GMT.

HUNGARY-COMMUNIST CRIMES

BUDAPEST, Hungary — A verdict is expected in the trial of Bela Biszku, a former communist minister charged with war crimes related to reprisals against civilians after the anti-Soviet revolution of 1956. By Pablo Gorondi. UPCOMING: NewsNow by 1000 GMT.