"Chavism deflects its responsibility onto other people."
Director, Foro Penal Venezolano
"What are the leaders of Sweden, Germany and the EU Parliament doing to protect Europeans?"
"The higher you build your barriers, the taller I become"
"So you’re telling me... if the dinos didn’t get loose, kill everyone n shut down Jurassic World, everyone would’ve still died from a volcano eruption? Man, the people planning the park were really incompetent at their jobs weren’t they?"
"I was excited for that conversation... Then the conversation turned to me."
Former Senator of Minnesota
"This is war. Sometimes our village is hit and nobody understands who's firing, where it's coming from."
Evdokia Vasilieva Taranenko
Local resident, Pervomaiske
"Europe has to decide whether to opt for solidarity or become a fortress sealed off from Africa and paying autocrats and warlords to stop the refugee flow."
University of Bath
Nobel prize week culminates in a glittering ceremony for all eleven male laureates
More than 10,000 Romanians hold a protest over law reforms which they say will undermine fight against corruption
France bans the sale and orders a recall of several baby formula milk and baby food products made by French dairy giant Lactalis after the discovery of salmonella bacteria.
The Israeli prime minister says he won't take lectures from a Turkish president "who jails journalists... and helps terrorists".
Portugal's Salvador Sobresal, winner of this year's Eurovision song contest, had a successful heart transplant says lead surgeon.
Roads closed, flights grounded and trains cancelled as heavy snow blankets large parts of the country.
French President Emmanuel Macron has described recognition by the U.S. of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel as a dangerous threat to peace
Thousands of anti-government protesters rallied in the Ukrainian capital Kiev calling for the release of opposition leader Mikheil Saakashvili from custody and for Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to step down.
Local media report a group of masked men hurled Molotov cocktails at the building in Gothenburg on Saturday night.
Dover-bound ferry ran aground in Calais on Sunday but no injuries were reported, said a P&0 spokesman
More than 7,000 people dressed as Santa Claus ran through central Madrid on Sunday (December 10) in a charity race to raise money for cancer patients.
Pro-Palestinian activists protested in Paris to denounce the visit of Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Hundreds rally in the French capital against the visit of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Lyon’s Festival of Light or Fetes des Lumieres attracts between three and four million visitors each year.
A group dressed in Santa outfits takes an icy dip in the Baltic Sea off the beach at Swinoujscie, in north-estern Poland.
Protesters gathered outside the Libyan embassy in London to demand the end of slave auctions in the North-African country on Saturday, December 9.
How old are the planes operated by EU airlines and how important is it for airlines to renew their fleet?
The tiny German village of Alwine in Domsdorf goes under the hammer this weekend
France said 'au revoir' to the French rocker, who died on Wednesday, aged 74.
Dozens of stars from the entertainment world have united to push Turkey to free jailed journalist Deniz Yucel
It is the latest extraordinary episode in a surreal game of hide and seek between Saakashvili and Ukrainian authorities
Final preparations are underway in Berlin for Saturday's 30th edition of the awards
'In the interests of all', but ultimately a compromise which won't please everyone. The Brexit deal now needs the approval every EU leader
By Sanela Hodzic in Marseille
In 2015, when hundreds of thousands of refugees from Syria, Iran, Eritrea, Iraq and elsewhere came streaming across
Karl Lagerfeld returned to Hamburg to unveil his 15th Métiers d’Art collection for Chanel in the German city, where he was born.
The show, which
Russian authorities have denied one of its nuclear facilities was responsible for a rise in radioactive levels across Europe
The EU and the UK agreed to a landmark deal on Brexit on Friday, paving the way for the second phase of negotiations.
French President Emmanuel Macron snow globes are flying off the shelves | Hungarian baby giraffe makes his public debut in Debrecen zoo
A shop in Paris is selling snowglobes filled with pictures of French President Macron. And in Debrecen Zoo a baby giraffe made his debut.
There was a sigh of relief across financial markets after the UK and the EU agreed to start talks on post-Brexit trade and a transition period.
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