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Spanish Football Federation president Angel Maria Villar will bid to become the next UEFA president.
The teenage Afghan teenager who carried out the axe-and-knife attack on a train in southern Germany left behind a letter and a video saying he sought to avenge the deaths of civilians in Muslim…
Day two of the Republican National Convention has been largely overshadowed by Melania Trump’s speech, and how much it borrowed from Michelle Obama’s own first lady pitch years…
France’s Stephane Peterhansel produced a superb display to secure Stage 10 of the Silk Way Rally on Tuesday.
After weeks of speculation, Giampiero Ventura has been officially presented as the new coach of the Italian National team.
Hungary - despite having a labour shortage and one of the lowest birth rates in Europe - is resisting foreigners working there, but that might be changing.
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The UK's new foreign secretary had a veritable grilling at his first press conference alongside his US counterpart John Kerry. Boris Johnson deflected questions over undiplomatic utterings and emphasi
Politicians in the West along with security services, the business community and the general public feel ever more under threat.
Turkey says eight of its soldiers who fled to Greece after Friday’s attempted coup are “traitors” who must be handed back.
Thousands of people gathered on Sunday to watch the 6th edition of the István Gyulai Memorial – Hungarian Athletics Grand Prix in Székesfehérvár.
The International Monetary Fund says Britain's decision to leave the European Union will reduce economic growth worldwide this year and in 2017.
The findings of Richard McLaren, the Canadian law professor and head of the independent commission set up by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to investigate allegations of systematic cheating in Ru
Inflation in Britain was boosted in June by more expensive airfares as football fans flew to France for the Euro 2016 championships.
Spanish banks' problem loans fell in May - the 18th straight month that they have dropped.
A man has stabbed and wounded a woman and her three daughters in the French Alps for being scantily dressed, according to local media reports.
Pokemon GO continues to boost the shares of video game company Nintendo. They are now worth twice what they were when the 'augmented reality' game was released just over a week ago.
A note found in the Afghan axe attacker’s room indicates he may have self-radicalised recently, according to the Bavarian Interior Minister.
Video streaming service Netflix added fewer subscribers than expected between April and June as some people who with cheaper long-term contracts canceled ahead of a price increase.
Four of Europe’s top lorry manufacturers have been fined €2.
Researchers at Stanford University in the US are using special glasses to help autistic children recognise and classify emotions.