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Rebels 'break government siege' in eastern Aleppo - reports
Obamas choose Martha's Vineyard for last vacation as first family
US president Barack Obama, his wife Michelle and their daughters Sasha and Malia took off on Saturday for a two-week break.
Two British climbers found dead on Matterhorn
Their bodies were found in a ravine on the Italian side of the mountain.
Britain's Adam Peaty sets world record in heats
Britain’s Adam Peaty broke his own world record in the heats of the men’s 100 metres breaststroke at the 2016 Rio Olympics on Saturday. The
Belgium machete attack: two policewomen wounded, assailant killed
A man wielding a machete attacked two policewomen in the Belgian city of Charleroi on Saturday, before a third officer shot him down.
Hummels and Sanches unveiled at Bayern Munich
Mats Hummels and Renato Sanches were unveiled at their new club Bayern Munich on Saturday.
Thousands call on EU chiefs to act over Barroso controversy
More than 5,800 people have signed a petition calling for EU chiefs to act over a controversy involving José Manuel Barroso.
Two policewomen wounded in machete attack in Belgium
Charleroi police say the attacker, who shouted "Allahu Akbar," was shot and died of his injuries.
Russia's Morozov cleared to swim at Rio Games
Russian swimmer Vladimir Morozov has been cleared to Swim at the Rio Olympics after winning his appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Air Algerie flight, feared missing, lands after U-turn - reports
A passenger plane headed for Marseille reportedly fell off the radars after it turned around halfway through its flight over the Mediterranean.
Canary Islands 'toilet paper' blaze rages on, heading south
A devastating wildfire has ravaged some 4,000 hectares on La Palma.
New Argentina boss Bauza presented to media
Edgardo Bauza was presented to the media on Thursday as the new head coach of Argentine national football team.
The Olympic Refugee Team: A beacon of hope in Rio
Austria calls Turkey-EU refugee deal a faltering 'house of cards'
The deal to send back to Turkey the migrants reaching Europe's shores is a house of cards falling apart, according to Austria's foreign minister.
Are you safe in Rio? Foreign visitors speak out
Up to half a million foreign visitors are descending on Rio for the Olympics, despite concerns over crime, pollution, the Zika virus and the threat of terrorism.
ISIL 'almost completely' ousted from northern Syrian city of Manbij
Turbulence as protesters block off airport
Ten people were arrested after protesters from the British arm of the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement blocked the main road to London’s Heathrow Airport, police…
Carrying a torch for Rio 2016 Summer Olympics
Former Brazilian volleyball player Isabel Barroso Salgado posed with the Olympic torch at Rio de Janeiro’s iconic Christ the Redeemer statue, ahead of the Games’ official opening…
European digital database aims to keep cultural traditions alive
Birthday party blaze at French bar leaves 13 dead
France is in shock after 13 people died and six more were injured when fire ripped through a bar in the northern city of Rouen, turning birthday celebrations to…
Police and protesters clash in Rio anti-Olympic showdown
Rio welcomes the world in spectacular Olympic opening ceremony
Gobi proves a dog is for life... Just in time for Christmas
Gobi, the stray dog who ran behind an extreme runner for 125km on a race across China, is to be reunited with the man he followed.
New Italian law encourages supermarkets to give away unsold food to those in need
The Italian government has passed a law to make it easier to donate food straight to those in need and, ultimately, cut down on waste.
France: explosion in Rouen bar kills 13, wounds six
A fire in a bar in Rouen, France, has left at least 13 people dead and six injured, one seriously, according to Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve.
Portugal's Antonio Guterres 'still in the lead' in UN top spot ballot
A second secret UN Security Council ballot suggests former Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Guterres remains the front-runner to become the United Nations’ next…
Fireworks on and off the pitch as the Rio Olympics officially open
South Sudan agrees to deployment of international protection force
South Sudan’s embattled government has agreed to allow an international protection force to be deployed in the country, after a United Nations mission failed to prevent…
Germany resists pressure to halt EU talks with Turkey
Leaders are concerned by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's crackdown on suspected dissidents after the coup attempt in July.