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The International Olympic Committee’s decision not to enforce a blanket ban on all Russian competitors from going to the Rio Games could lead to “lesser protection for clean athletes”, according to th
Just a month after the UK’s Brexit vote, Scotland’s first minister has reaffirmed her intention to keep the northern country inside the European Union.
Moscow’s military court has started preliminary hearings in the case of slain Russian opposition leader and Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov.
Europe’s first Zika microcephaly birth has been confirmed in Spain.
Turkey has ordered the detention of 42 journalists under a crackdown following a failed coup.
The Kremlin says it welcomes the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) ruling against a blanket ban on Russian athletes at the next month’s Olympics.
In today's The Brief, we accompany UK prime minister on her first trip to Northern Ireland and take you to Krakow to celebrate World Youth Day.
World Swimming’s governing body FINA has banned seven Russian swimmers from competing at next month’s Rio Olympics.
With less than two weeks to go before the start of the Rio Olympics, there are a number of dark clouds gathered over the event that are showing little sign of…
The French president has sought to defuse a row over allegations government officials tried to alter a report into the Bastille Day attack in Nice.
Nintendo's shares fell 18 percent in one day after the company pointed out the smash-hit game would have only "limited" benefit for its earnings.
The former chief of the German Football Association and current Fifa executive committee member Wolfgang Niersbach has been banned, with immediate effect, from all football related activity for one…
Germany’s interior minister says he has ordered increased security at airports and train stations after four violent attacks in less than a week.
Stephen Port, who is accused of killing four gay men after drugging them, is to be charged with 17 further offences against eight men.
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The Syrian who blew himself up near a music festival in southern Germany was acting on behalf of ISIL, the militant group’s Amaq agency claims.
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Spain's economy is expected to grow this year by 2.9 percent according to acting Economy Minister Luis de Guindos.
Four attacks in the past week have put Germany in a state of high tension.
Telecommunications firm Verizon has confirmed it is buying Yahoo’s core internet properties.
A woman was killed when she was mauled to death by a Siberian tiger.
It is believed she came to the aid of a family member, who was being attacked
Icelandic fishermen reeled in a mysterious catch earlier this month.
Chinese smartphone and network equipment maker Huawei has posted a 40 percent rise in sales revenue for the first half of the year.
Ryanair says remains on track for record profit in the current financial year
Many people living in the Bavarian town of Ansbach feel on edge after Sunday’s (July 24) suicide bombing.
Over one-hundred people participated in the annual Ernest “Papa” Hemingway Look-Alike Contest in Key West, Florida on Saturday (July 23).
Tens of thousands gathered on Sunday (July 24) in Phnom Penh, Cambodia to join a funeral procession taking the body of assassinated government critic Kem Ley to his hometown in Takeo…
Hundreds of Argentine women came out in greater Buenos Aires Saturday (July 23) to rally in defence of their right to breastfeed in public whenever and wherever they…
Police in Florida have confirmed that two people have been killed in a shooting at a nightclub in Fort Myers.
The Timitar Music Festival in Morocco is a celebration of musical diversity and of Maghrebian culture with close to 500,000 in attendance!
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