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Bangladesh: protesters condemn deadly Dhaka attack
Crowds have gathered in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka to remember the victims of Friday’s restaurant attack in the city, claimed by ISIL.
Balkan EU hopefuls told Brexit will not hit their membership chances
France, Germany and Italy met in Paris on Monday for a Balkans Summit at which they sought to allay fears that the Brexit would harm their accession process.
Lauded Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami has died at the age of 76
Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami has died at the age of 76 in the French capital, Paris.
Suicide bombers attack three Saudi Arabian cities
Three suicide bombers have struck in three Saudi Arabian cities just before the end of Ramadan, which runs through Tuesday and Wednesday.
Tour de France: Cavendish wins stage three in photo finish
Mark Cavendish timed his sprint perfectly to win his 28th Tour de France stage by the narrowest of margins on Monday.
Juno meets Jupiter as crucial orbit manoeuvre looms
It is fingers crossed time at NASA as the Juno spacecraft enters a crucial phase of its Jupiter mission.
25km-long traffic queue between Hungary and Austria
The hold-up is due to ad-hoc checks by the Austrian authorities, who have strengthened measures to curb the flow of migrants into the country.
London Stock Exchange shareholders vote for Deutsche Boerse merger - but problems remain
Brexit uncertainties hang over the merger between the London Stock Exchange and Germany's Deutsche Boerse even as LSE shareholders overwhelmingly voted for it.
ISIL blamed for Malaysian bar attack
The authorities in Malaysia now say ISIL was responsible for a grenade attack on a bar showing a Euro 2016 football match last week.
Italy smashes ruthless migrant-trafficking gang
Italian police have smashed a major people smuggling and drug trafficking ring.
186m euros of drugs found in Australia
One Malaysian and seven Australians have been charged with importing drugs and trafficking offences in connection with the haul of crystal meth.
Torrential rains spark floods in China, Pakistan, and India
Severe floods in several Chinese regions have left at least 180 dead as heavy rains sweep across Asia, also triggering floods in Pakistan and India.
Turkish-German man jailed in connection with plans for a bomb attack
German police said that they thwarted an attack by the 36-year-old, known only as Halil D, in April last year. He has been jailed for weapons offences.
The Brief From Brussels: Spain, Portugal given more time on deficits
This is The Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Lights come on again in Venezuela but the country's economic problems remain
The lights are set to come back on in Venezuela.
Israel ripostes against families of Palestinian knife attackers
The Israeli army has moved in to arrest two brothers of the attacker who stabbed a 13-year-old girl to death in her bedroom last week.
Connecting to China's patchy Internet freedom
While much of the world is becoming increasingly reliant on social media and cloud management tools, China still blocks some of the world’s most
UK finance minister wants post Brexit business tax cut
Finance minister George Osborne plans to cut UK business tax to less than 15 percent to try to cushion the effects of Brexit.
Defiance in China as incinerator protest turns violent
As many as 10,000 people have turned out in southern China to protest against plans to construct a new incinerator.
Why Eid is different this year for the people of Falluja
The traditional image of the celebrations marking the end of Ramadan is far from the current reality experienced by the people of the Iraqi city.
NATO eyes more Russia talks
NATO officials plan to hold more talks with Russia after an alliance summit later this week, the alliance’s secretary-general said on Monday.
Euro 2016: Who will lift the trophy?
Paula Vilaplana, euronews: “Hello and welcome to Euro 2016.
Baghdad bombing latest example of so-called Islamic State's switch in tactics
Carnage on a Saturday evening in Baghdad.
A fusion of legends and prodigies at Montreux Jazz Festival
Montreux this year includes veterans Randy Weston and John McLaughlin, new talent Alina Engibaryan and electro stars Petit Biscuit.
Holiday jobs mean big fall in Spanish unemployment
Tourism jobs boosted the number of people in work in Spain in June. The total of registered unemployed fell to its lowest level since September 2009.
Farage quits as UKIP leader, says will stay to monitor Brexit negotiations
UKIP's Nigel Farage has warned against the British government accepting the kind of trade deal that Norway has with the EU.
Tesla misses delivery targets again
Tesla has miss its delivery target for cars for the second quarter running, blaming an "extreme" production ramp up.
BMW in tech alliance with Intel and Mobileye for self-driving cars
BMW is teaming up with Intel and Mobileye aiming to put self-driving cars on the road by 2021.
France celebrate victory over Iceland in Euro 2016
France fans are euphoric after beating Iceland 5-2 to seal their place in the Euro 2016 semi-finals while the Icelandic crowd are disappointed but still proud of their…
Wife carrying world championship in Finland
This year some 50 couples from 12 countries took part in the race in Sonkajärvi, Finalnd, a small town of 4600 inhabitants.