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Big freeze takes deadly toll on migrants in Europe
Dakar Rally: Stage six cancelled due to extreme weather conditions
Stage six of this year’s Dakar Rally was cancelled on Saturday due to extreme weather conditions in Bolivia.
Mutinous soldiers free defence minister in Ivory Coast
An updated version of this story published on Sunday is available here.
Cartoonists 'still facing death threats' two years on from Charlie Hebdo
Have economists' Brexit forecasts been too negative?
Remembering Portugal's 'father of democracy' Mario Soares 1924-2017
Mario Soares served as Portugal’s Prime Minister, twice, and then as President.
Portugal's former President Mario Soares dies at 92
Iraqi troops advance on Tigris, as thousands flee Mosul neighbourhoods
Iraqi troops have pushed to within several hundred metres of the Tigris river that runs through central Mosul.
ALpine skiing: Worley strengthens grip on Giant Slalom standings with Maribor win
Tessa Worley claimed a third World Cup giant slalom victory of the season on Saturday after beating the field in Maribor Slovenia.
Glacial conditions cause death and disruption in Europe
Fuel truck blast kills 'dozens' in Syrian city of Azaz
Terrorism 'not ruled out' in Fort Lauderdale airport shooting investigation
Investigators are pursuing all angles to determine why suspect Esteban Santiago opened fire in the baggage claim area of Florida's Fort Lauderdale airport, killing five people and wounding eight other
Watch: Prisoners 'stabbed' as violence erupts at US jail
This is the brawl at a US jail that left five prisoners injured, some with stab wounds.
Astronauts boost space station's power supply
Two astronauts ventured outside the International Space Station on Friday (January 6) to upgrade the outpost’s power supply.
Pitch perfect? 3D-printed violin on show at electronics extravaganza
Amnesty urges Slovenian MPs to reject new powers to exclude migrants
Amnesty International has criticised Slovenia over the government’s approval this week of a move enabling the country’s borders to be sealed to illegal migrants for a limited period if deemed…
Shots heard in several Ivory Coast cities as soldiers' uprising spreads
Gunfire has been reported in several cities in Ivory Coast on Saturday, suggesting that an uprising by soldiers protesting over pay and bonuses may be spreading.
Russians attend midnight mass to mark Orthodox Christmas
'Russian campaign was multifaceted' says US election report
Iraq war veteran in custody after deadly Florida airport shooting
Russia reduces forces in Syria but civil war rages on
It is ‘mission accomplished’ for the Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft carrier – now headed back to Russia after completing its operations in waters off Syria.