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The flight training school in Arizona is a unit of the Germanwings parent company Lufthansa
Benfica gave Bayern Munich a fright on Wednesday night by going into an early lead in their Champion’s League final four decider. But then the
Spanish police have arrested a French man suspected of supplying weapons used by an Islamist militant in an attack on a Paris supermarket . Two other
The Bataclan says it plans to reopen the venue in the autumn but no exact date has yet been set
Italian cyclist Luca Paolini has been banned for 18 months by the ICU for a “non-intentional” anti-doping rule violation. The 39-year-old rider
The offices were sealed on the orders of the city's governor, though no reason was given for the closure.
A coalition of the country's two main parties says it has agreed to back parliamentary speaker Volodymyr Groysman for the post
The workers from state-controlled energy company started the 300km walk from Targu Jiu to the capital on Monday to protest against a proposed layoff.
It comes on the back of two weeks of social unrest on the French island.
Saying she took a wrong turn and ran out of fuel, Ann Rodgers survived on pond water before being rescued.
Egypt’s president has hit out at reports that murdered Italian student Giulio Regeni was killed by the country’s security service. Abdel Fattah
The EU’s deal to send migrants back from Greece to Turkey For every Syrian migrant sent back, one already in Turkey will be resettled inside the
The President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff is on a political knife edge. There is the very real threat she could be voted out of office. But she is in
Real Madrid and France striker Karim Benzema will not be going to the Euro 2016 tournament. The player tweeted he would be missing out ahead of the
Maria Sharapova and a host of other top ranking sports stars may be breathing sighs of relief with news from WADA, the world sports anti-doping
The Czech Republic should introduce an official shortening of the name to use in English and other foreign languages, the country’s foreign minister
MEPs will vote later on whether to force airlines to share passenger data. The draft bill has been held up for years owing to data protection
Stranded passengers have voiced anger over protest action by air traffic controllers
Spanish police have arrested a French man suspected of supplying weapons to the Islamist militant who attacked a Paris supermarket. The siege in
Panama Papers leak has dominated the news headlines over the past week with new names and details emerging every day. I'm off to film
The football world was abuzz on Wednesday with the news that Christiano Ronaldo had scored another champions league hat-trick, his fifth, equalling
Migrants trapped on the Greek side of the border with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia again vented their frustration at being unable to
The race is now officially underway to find a successor to Secretary General Ban Ki-moon
The Syrian elections – “theatre through which the regime is trying to give itself a little legitimacy”. That’s one view from the main oppostion body
Autonomous robots should never be used for combat missions because they would undermine the fundamental rules of war, a report has warned.
The sheer number of asylum seekers arriving in Sweden has forced the government to more than double its spending on immigration.
MEPs have voted to renew the licence for glyphosate – a chemical widely used in popular weed-killing products – but only for an additional seven
‘Enterprising’ and ‘unusually intelligent’ are not words you would typically associate with an octopus. But Inky, the squishy escape artist, is no
In the shadow of war, Syria's embattled president goes ahead with elections in defiance of opponents who seek to oust him. With voting held in only government-controlled areas the vote is set to retur
Facebook has opened up its Messenger app to create “chatbots,” as the compny looks to expand its reach into customer services and business