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New migrant tragedy claims 27 lives as Greece grapples with refugee crisis
Canada to end bombing campaign against ISIL within two weeks
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced that the country would be pulling out by 22 February its six fighter jets that have been bombing
Manchester City outfoxed by fellow title contenders Leicester
Leicester City’s fairytale season continued over the weekend as the ‘Foxes’ silenced Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium with a victory that edged them
Tens of thousands of Syrian refugees in camps next to Turkey border
Aleppo: Germany and Turkey call on NATO for help with refugees
Ankara caught between humanitarian need and political will
European shares tumble with banks the main focus of concern
European shares closed at their lowest level in more than two years on Monday with investors concerned over the region's banks and slowing global growth.
Gusty winds hit Europe - on both sides of the Channel
Brittany and Normandy took a battering on Monday as France’s north and west bore the brunt of a storm that has seen gusts of around 140 kilometres
Normal life in East Ukraine waits on demining efforts
Wednesday is the first anniversary of the Minsk agreement that was supposed to end the crisis between Ukraine and Russia. Mapping and clearing the
Refugees in Hungary offered classes to speed integration
Registered refugees in Hungary are getting English lessons to help them integrate in Europe. Every Saturday around 40 of them gather at the Central
Spain: puppeteers charged with "glorifying terrorism"
Complaint brought by ETA victims' association
Super Bowl 50: sporting, cultural and economic phenomenon
Continuity IRA reportedly behind Dublin shooting
The killing is claimed to be in revenge for the death of an associate in 2012.
Venice Carnival climax triggers tightened anti-terror surveillance
Security has been stepped up in Venice as Carnival celebrations reach their climax. Increased surveillance will surround Tuesday’s final day of
Turkey: at least 27 migrants drown as boat sinks off coast near Edremit
At least 27 migrants and refugees have died off Turkey’s Aegean coast trying to reach the Greek island of Lesbos, according to the Turkish
French central bank forecasts first-quarter growth improving to 0.4%
The French economy is forecast to grow 0.4 percent in Q1 of 2016 as the latest central bank survey showed morale in the industrial sector rose to the highest level since May 2011.
Peugeot Citroen compensates Iran for sanctions prompted pull out
French car-maker PSA Peugeot Citroen will pay Iran over 400 million euros in compensation for losses after it quit the country due to international trade sanctions.
Syria conflict: UN report denounces 'state policy of extermination'
Detainees held by Syria's government are dying in such numbers a UN war crimes report says that it denounces "a state policy to attack a civilian population".
Postcards from Uzbekistan: The Ak-Saray Palace, Shakhrisabz
Marijuana in the US: business booming, attitudes changing
The marijuana business is booming in the US, with projected legal sales expected to be up more than a billion dollars in 2016 compared to 2015, when
Connecting Europe's #Digitalsinglemarket
ESA's Sentinel-3 full speed ahead for lift-off
The European Space Agency is poised to launch the third satellite in the Copernicus programme called Sentinel-3 later this month. The Sentinels
Aleppo: Germany and Turkey come up with a 10-point action plan
EU piles pressure on Turkey to open border to Syrian refugees
The European Commission is reiterating its call for Turkey to open the border near the southern town of Kilis, where more than 35,000 Syrians are
'35 migrants killed' as two boats capsize off Turkey’s Aegean coast
At least 35 migrants have drowned off Turkey’s Aegean coast as they tried to flee to Greece, according to Turkish media reports. Two separate boats
Chad: Former president Hissène Habré's trial resumes
The trial of former Chadian leader Hissène Habré is set to resume today in Senegal.
Gloomy Lunar New Year's Eve in Taiwan
Taiwan is mourning after an earthquake struck the city of Tainan. Numerous Lunar New Year’s Eve festivities were cancelled.
Leopard attack in India
A leopard caused panic several hours after sneaking into a Bangalore school, in the south of the country. The animal mauled six people before being
Leopard enters Indian school, mauls six people
Taiwan: more survivors are pulled from the rubble
48 hours since the 6.4 earthquake caused devastation in the south
Race to the Oscars: The runners and riders
Welcome to our rendezvous with the Oscars. The race is nearing the end but what are the films in poll position? Spotlight, by Tom McCarthy has six