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'We're almost there' - Catalans flood streets to renew call for independence
Let us split from Spain – the message from hundreds of thousands of Catalans, who have taken to the streets to renew their call for independence for the region.
Nairo Quintana is crowned winner of the Vuelta a Espana
The final day of a grand tour is usually a procession where the winners celebrate with champagne.
Joost Luiten storms to victory at the Dutch Open
Joost Luiten of the Netherlands made ten birdies in a final 8-under-par round of 63 to win the Dutch Open by three shots.
Crackdown on Turkish mayors provokes anger and frustration
28 local and regional mayors have been suspended on suspicion of 'supporting terrorist organisations.'
US: Hillary Clinton cancels California trip after falling ill
It has emerged that Hillary Clinton’s been treated for pneumonia, after leaving a 9/11 commemoration in New York early and heading to her daughter Chelsea’s…
15 years after 9/11: the US remembers
Dani Pedrosa becomes the eighth wonder of Moto GP
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At least 21 killed in Yemen air strikes
At least 21 civilians have been killed in two separate air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition in the north of the country while 10 soldiers die in a suicide bombing.
Fierce fighting and air strikes continue in Syria
Two million Muslims take part in Hajj pilgrimage
Madrid: Thousand protesters call for an ban on bullfighting
Thousands rallied in Madrid on Saturday to call for an end to bullfighting, adding their voices to a growing animal rights movement that has prompted some local authorities to clamp down on the centur
Syria: Young child being rescued – Jets struck a market place
Video posted to social media shows rescuers searching through the debris of damaged buildings hit by airstrikes said to be in the town of Douma in Syria’s Damascus…
China: World's highest bridge nears completion
Croatia votes for the second time in a year
Polls are predicting a close result and another coalition lacking a clear mandate to push through the painful cuts and restructuring being urged by European authorities.
September 11 - 15 years on
US may impose unilateral sanctions on North Korea
The US Special Representative to Pyongyang made the statement after meeting Japanese foreign ministry officials in Tokyo.
Hillary Clinton apologises for ''basket of deplorables'' comment
Hillary Clinton has said she regrets calling half of Donald Trump’s supporters a ‘‘basket of deplorables’‘.
Ronald Reagan shooter freed
John Hinckley Jr, the man who tried to assassinate US President Ronald Reagan in 1981, has been permanently freed from psychiatric hospital.
Thousands rally in Madrid against bullfighting
Several thousand animal rights activists have protested in central Madrid to demand a ban on bullfighting.
Woman charged over foiled Paris terror plot
Tanzania quake kills 13 and injures nearly 200
At least 13 people have reportedly died and nearly 200 others injured in northern Tanzania after a 5.
Austria presidential re-run could come unstuck over glue
Austria’s presidential election re-run is quite literally on the verge of coming unstuck.
Angelique Kerber beats Karolina Pliskova to win US Open
Angelique Kerber put on a spirited performance to beat Karolina Pliskova and win her first US Open title.