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Turkey mourns again after 14 soldiers die in car bomb blast
'Casual kicker': Berlin metro attack suspect detained by police
Seven candidates selected to run for French left presidential bid
Seven candidates will battle it out on the French left wing in January to win the nomination for the 2017 presidential election.
EU Council President Donald Tusk wades in to Polish 'press freedom' row
EU Council President Donald Tusk weighs in on the contentious subject of press freedom in Poland, as protests take place in the capital.
Max Franz leaves Svindal in the shade at Val Gardena
Freight trains searched in Austria after migrants crushed to death
Austrian police have started searching freight trains travelling from Italy at night in an attempt to tackle illegal migration and prevent further deaths.
Slovenia's Ilka Stuhec skies like a dream at Val d’Isere
Pope Francis turns 80
Pope Francis has celebrated his 80th birthday with a mass and a gluten-free cake made by a pastry chef in Rome.
Santa Claus is coming to town: Madrid charity race attracts 12,500 lookalikes
Santa Claus may be busy at this time of year, but some 12,500 lookalikes have taken to the streets of the Spanish capital for an annual charity race.
Bird flu comes back to the UK
After sweeping across Europe, Bird flu is back in the UK.
Pro- and anti- Park rallies staged in Seoul
Supporters of South Korean President Park Guen-hye have rallied to call for her reinstatement.Opponents have gathered to repeat their demands that the leader, impeached over a corruption scandal, shou
Paris gets its skates on!
Inspired by vintage scenes of Paris and Moscow in winter, the ice skating rink in Paris’ Grand Palais has opened its gates to holiday revellers.
Santa race raises money for Multiple Sclerosis Foundation of Madrid
Thousands of running Santas crowd through one of Madrid’s main boulevards on Saturday (December 17) as they take part in a six kilometre race in which amusement and Christmas where the main…
Turkey blames PKK for deadly car bomb attack in Kayseri
Five women airport workers gunned down in Afghanistan
A spokesman for the governor of Kandahar says the women were in charge of searching female travellers at Kandahar airport.
New deal agreed for Aleppo evacuation
Many dead and wounded in Turkish bus blast
The Dogan news agency says the bus, which was reportedly transporting military personnel, was hit by the blast in the central city of Kayseri.
Protest broken up outside Poland's parliament
Syria Aleppo: thousands of trapped civilians wait as evacuation halts
Amid recriminations on all sides, fears are growing for the thousands of people still desperately trying to flee Eastern Aleppo after the operation
Violence erupts as Venezuelans scramble to replace void banknote
Police have opened fire on protesters in parts of Venezuela after looting broke out due to a severe cash crisis.