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French presidential 'rock star' Emmanuel Macron wows crowds
It was as if they had come to see a rock star.
England and Scotland victorious in the Six Nations
Record breaking win for England in the Six Nations
Austria's Stefan Kraft a high-flyer in Oberstdorf
Austria's Stefan Kraft seals Oberstdorf victory
Romania to withdraw contentious graft decree
Bucharest bows out of a contentious corruption decree after five days of mass protests.
France: Emmanuel Macron ramps up his presidential bid in Lyon
The tables are turning in the French presidential race, if the latest opinion polls are to be believed.
Brady, beer and chicken wings it's Super Bowl time
Super Bowl Patriots V Hawks in Houston
'Make America Think Again': anti-Trump rallies take place worldwide
Around the world, thousands take part in protests against US President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban.
Marcel Kittel does the double in Dubai
Kittel punches the peloton with victory in Dubai
US travel ban: valid visa holders to be allowed entry - government spokeswoman
Airlines resume flights for US visa holders. President Trump labels court ruling to block his travel ban 'ridiculous', says it 'will be overturned.'
Romania: is the corruption decree about to be dropped?
The leader of Romania's governing Social Democrats (PSD) says the government might withdraw the corruption decree that has triggered massive street protests and international condemnation since it was
Long queues in Paris as tourists flock back to the Louvre
The iconic Louvre Museum in Paris re-opened its doors on Saturday, a day after a French soldier was wounded while tackling a machete-wielding attacker.There were long queues outside the museum's famou
Myanmar promises to investigate reports of atrocities against Rohingya
The UN's top human rights official says the leader of Myanmar has promised to investigate allegations of atrocities against the country's Rohingya Muslims.
Bolivia opens the "Evo Museum"
Bolivia on Thursday opened a $7 million museum dedicated to President Evo Morales and indigenous peoples in Morales’s birthplace of Orinoca high up in the deserts of the Bolivian…
Trump gets his wall
A tourist attraction in Hamburg, Germany that features miniature models of various parts of the world has put up a wall around the United States, in a dig at President Donald Trump’s plan to build a f
The week in pictures
Stories and photos to remember from the last week of January and first of February 2017.
All Eyes on Romania: Democracy’s Improbable Beacon of Hope? -View
Whether Romania can shine as a beacon of hope for democracy in Europe and beyond depends on how the current crisis will be resolved. The clock is ticking: the emergency ordinance’s provisions come into full effect on February 11 at midnight.
Tough talk as military exercises get underway in Iran
The US Defence Secretary says he is not planning to boost troop levels in the Middle East, despite rising tension with Iran. Jim Mattis has warned, however, that the world will no longer ignore Tehran
Global populism, Romanian resistence: View
The Romanian protests anticipate thus a type of political engagement that we will likely to see future years in other places, an engagement that does not call for material gains or compensation, but for the recognition of the dignity of citizens and the rollback of measures that infringe on it
Cancer: many suffering and dying prematurely due to slow diagnosis says WHO
The World Health Organisation has launched a report to coincide with World Cancer Day on February 4. It is calling for efforts to be stepped up worldwide to catch the disease earlier.
Trump's travel ban temporarily blocked by Seattle judge
A US judge has issued a temporary nationwide block on Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban.
Beached whale had 30 plastic bags in its stomach
Zoologists in Norway say a beached whale found off the country’s western coast earlier this week had more than 30 plastic bags inside its stomach.
Germany's biggest ever cocaine haul seized
Customs officials in Germany have put on display the country’s biggest ever cocaine haul.
Austria: protesters in Vienna rally against fight-right ball
Around 3000 people demonstrated in Vienna on Friday night against a traditional right-wing ball.
Brazil's former first lady Marisa Leticia dies
Marisa Leticia Lula da Silva, wife of Brazil’s ex-president Lula da Silva, has died at the age of 66.
Romania anti-corruption protests enter fourth day as political crisis deepens
Tens of thousands of demonstrators in Romania have rallied for a fourth night to protest against the government’s controversial corruption decree.
Police raids across Paris after ''terror'' suspect is shot by a soldier at the Louvre museum
Several police raids have taken place across Paris after a man wielding machetes tried to enter the Louvre Museum.