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The Brief from Brussels: EU drive to cut food waste, Minsk ceasefire deal scrutinised
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Bird flu returns to Europe as France becomes the latest country to find H5N8 avian influenza in wild ducks
Cases of H5N8 bird flu have been detected in wild ducks in Northern France amid a recent outbreak of the disease in Europe.
'Mr. Flirt' teaches new migrants how to approach women in Germany
Horst Wenzel, dubbed ‘Germany’s number one love expert’, has been volunteering his services to teach new migrants how to flirt and approach women.
Greece hopes for debt relief as EU reviews bailout reforms
Kjeldsen and Olesen hand Denmark first World Cup of Golf title
Soren Kjeldsen and Thorbjorn Olesen kept their nerve and shot a six-under-par 66 in the final round fourballs to give Denmark a first World Cup of Golf triumph by four strokes at Kingston Heath on…
Battle for Aleppo: did US election distract attention?
As the Syrian government and its allies advance in eastern Aleppo, rescuers are warning of an “imminent humanitarian disaster.
MEP’s are asking Dijsselbloem to push for Greek debt relief
The MEP's letter asks Eurogroup chief to contribute to the completion of the second review, so that debt talks will commence.
Fair finance or funny money? Scepticism greets Zimbabwe's new bond notes
With no national currency since 2009, Zimbabwe launches dollar-backed bond notes to cope with cash crisis.
Francois Fillon: the 'dark horse' who wants to change France
WTO finds against Boeing in victory for Airbus over illegal subsidies
The WTO has ruled Washington State illegally supported Boeing with tax breaks after complaint filed by Airbus.
When talking of loathsome regimes, Juncker thinks of Saudi Arabia
Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission president, mused why no one ever grilled him on the interactions with Saudi Arabia when discussing the “loathsome” regimes that have dealings with the…
Thousands gather in Havana's Revolution Square as Cuba bids farewell to Fidel Castro
Civilians flee rebel-held eastern Aleppo as Syrian regime tightens grip
A dire climate warning for the Arctic
A new study says the the Arctic is experiencing rapid change "beyond anything previously experienced" and in ways that will fundamentally affect both people and ecosystems.
At least 10 injured in US campus shooting
At least ten people are reported to have been injured in the US state of Ohio in a rampage at Ohio State University. At least one attacker has been shot dead.
Fans in Mexico get a taste of new 'Star Wars'
Star Wars fans were treated to the first twenty minutes of the franchise’s latest movie, ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’, at a special event in Mexico City.
OECD sounds optimistic about short-term global growth
The OECD's latest bi-annual economic outlook revised global growth up.
Interact with Virtually Real Art in London
Its creators promise an exhibition unlike any other: visitors to the Royal Academy of Arts in London will be soon allowed to do something most galleries would frown upon – interact, walk through, and
Chernobyl nuclear disaster site sealed with massive steel shield
New EU drive aims to slash food waste
The European Commission is launching a new drive to cut food waste in the bloc.
Japanese skating rink causes uproar by freezing 5,000 dead fish in ice
Owners of a skating rink at Space World amusement park in Kitakyushu, Japan, came under fire for what they called an “Ice Aquarium”. The project
Danish Queen designs Nutcracker costumes
It’s a Christmas production of ‘The Nutcracker’ with a difference – in the Danish capital Copenhagen, all the sets and costumes are designed by none other than the Queen…
Chelsea continue fine run under Conte with derby win over Spurs
Chelsea thrilled their home fans at the Stamford Bridge over the weekend by condeming derby rivals Tottenham to a first Premier League defeat of the season.
All you need to know about Austria's presidential election
Europe could lurch further to the right when Austrians go to the polls on Sunday, December 4, to choose a new president.
Lufthansa cancels 1,700 flights as two day pilots' strike looms
Making the most of Monday’s flights from Frankfurt, passengers with Lufthansa are facing fresh misery on Tuesday and Wednesday with more strikes announced by the airline’s…
Samsung reportedly considering splitting company in two
Samsung's management board meets on Tuesday, reportedly to consider splitting company in two
Oil falls again, dragging down dollar
The oil price continues to fall on doubts OPEC will agree production cuts.
Is Italy about to lose its prime minister?
Opinion polls are predicting the prime minister's defeat in a referendum at the start of December.
Next UN boss Guterres raises human rights during China trip
A call for human rights to be respected globally was made on Monday by UN Secretary General-elect Antonio Guterres, during a visit to Beijing.
UKIP gets a new leader
Paul Nuttall will take over from UKIP's former leader Nigel Farage, who stood down in June after achieving his decades-long ambition of seeing Britain vote to leave the EU.