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Russia starts analysing black box of jet downed by Turkey
Unemployment in Spain: a life without hope?
Peru opens museum to remember victims of armed conflict
The country's president has officially opened a memorial museum in Lima called the Place of Memory
Spain: long road to recovery
DC zoo's newest giant panda cub makes media debut
Bei Bei the giant panda cub makes his much-anticipated media debut at Washington D.C.‘s National Zoo.
Typhoon in Philippines kills 41, displaces 750,000
Scores of families expect to spend Christmas homeless and without electricity.
Remains of victims of Colombian civil war returned to families
The remains of 29 people who disappeared during the half-century conflict in Colombia were handed over to their families on Thursday, as the peace process gets back on track.
Australia 'disappointed' as Japan resumes whaling
Australia is not pleased with Japan's whaling but says the dispute should not hurt business ties between the two countries.
What am I allowed to carry? - airport security explained
This week on Utalk, Anna in Brussels asks: “I will be travelling by plane for Christmas. What can I carry in my hand luggage? And what should
Mariano Rajoy, Spanish conservative rolls with the punches
Mariano Rajoy is candidate for his own succession. The least that can be said of the conservative head of the Spanish government is he has got
Pedro Sanchez woos Spaniards to vote Socialist
Many supporters of Pedro Sanchez largely forgive his career inexperience in favour of his looks; the leader of Spain’s Socialist party (PSOE) just
Albert Rivera, fresh face of Ciudadanos, influences Spanish unity
Albert Rivera is perhaps Spain’s most palatable politician for the centre-right, a newcomer to national politics. The 36-year-old lawyer and
Pablo Iglesias, joker with the king, serious with Spanish Podemos voters
Pablo Iglesias grew in stature as he campaigned. After a slump in voter opinion, his star rose steadily. With his pony tail and beard and supermarket
First arrest made in connection with deadly San Bernardino shooting spree
Enrique Marquez, 24, is detained on counts of supporting terrorism, but is not believed to have had advance knowledge of the attack.
'Make or break' Brexit and migration talks progress, but hard path ahead