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The funeral has taken place of one of six Jordanian border guards killed by a suicide bomber on Tuesday.
In a moving interview, Brendan Cox says his MP wife had been deeply troubled by the tone of the EU referendum campaign.
Spain’s acting conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has warned that the far-left Unidos Podemos (“United We Can”) alliance could win this weekend’s general elections that may well shake up the co
Arianna Errigo produced a stunning display to strike gold at the European Fencing Championships in Poland on Tuesday.
Supporters of a pro-Kurdish newspaper protest against the arrests of three prominent activists on terrorism charges.
Germany beat Northern Ireland to top Group C Poland progress thanks to Błaszczykowski Croatia come from behind to beat Spain Germany claim top spot in Group C Germany have made it through to the
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily round-up of all the top stories from Europe’s de-facto political capital.
The Israeli military says it mistakenly killed a Palestinian bystander while responding with gunfire to a petrol bomb and rocket attack in the occupied West…
The Head of the European Central Bank Mario Draghi has vowed immediate action if Britain votes to leave the EU.
Police using tear gas, pepper spray and batons broke up fights between Polish soccer fans in the southern French city of Marseille on Tuesday (June 21), detaining several of them ahead of Poland’s fin
Jean-Pierre Bemba, a former vice-president of the Democratic Republic of Congo, led a campaign of rape and murder in neighbouring Central African Republic in 2002-3.
Greece has received more than seven billion euros in bailout funds after a review of the country’s progress in implementing reforms.
Sergio Cantone talks with the Secretary of State of the Vatican on immigration in Europe and the conflict in Ukraine.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) says track and field athletes from Russia and Kenya can be evaluated individually by the IAAF to determine if they can compete in…
Yoga fans across the world have gathered to mark the second International Yoga Day.
The German financial watchdog has filed a complaint against the entire former board of Volkswagen over possible market manipulation.
England supporters soaking up the sun on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice are divided - and not just about who they think will win Euro 2016.
Like a cross between a car and an alien spaceship, BMW has unveiled the MINI Vision Next 100 – a prototype of the vehicle some of us might be driving in a few decades’…
French biographical musical drama ‘The Dancer’ is based on the life of American dancer Loie Fuller who found fame in Paris in the late 1800s.
Several A-list celebrities including Matt Damon, Joaquin Phoenix, and several others have joined forces to release a video on the killings of dogs in China and other Asian…
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EU economic sanctions against Russia are to remain in place for another six months.
A fake suicide belt was reportedly found, full of "salt and biscuits". Two men are currently being questioned by police.
The pound has climbed to a seven-week high against the dollar as the 'Bremain' bounce continues as fears of a Brexit recede.
From beau to bizarre: these are some of the styles being given to pets in Taiwan.
For the first time in 49 years the summer solstice has coincided with a full moon.
About 20,000 protesters in the Macedonian capital Skopje have sprayed the president’s office and parliament with coloured paint.
Britain has always positioned itself as closer to America than its continental cousins – it shares a language, historical links, not to mention close cooperation on foreign policy, intelligence sharin