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Report chronicles deliberate destruction of Aleppo by Russia and Assad
Russia and the Assad regime in Syria pursued the deliberate and systematic destruction of the northern Syrian city of Aleppo, a new report concludes.
Flood alert in Hungary
Parts of Hungary are on flood alert, with melting ice causing mayhem.
PSG ready to host Barca as Champions League resumes
The Champions League resumes on Tuesday with the last 16 phase.
Trump and Trudeau vow to cooperate on security and trade
Taiwan bus crash leaves 32 dead
At least 32 people were killed when a tour bus flipped over on a highway in Taiwan on Monday night.
Grexit is not an option, says EU's Moscovici
Just before EU economy commissioner Pierre Moscovici visited Athens for high level talks, he spoke of the recent stalemate with the IMF and Grexit.
Italy's former prime minister Matteo Renzi throws down the gauntlet
Matteo Renzi tells his ruling Democratic Party he wants a leadership contest before any national vote
Wall Street boosted by Trump tax expectations, S&P 500 tops $20 trillion
Investor optimism based on President Trump's tax change promises pushed up share prices on Wall Street on Monday. European markets also gained.
Romania parliament backs anti-corruption referendum
Romania’s parliament on Monday unanimously endorsed a presidential proposal for a nationwide referendum to get public support for the fight against corruption.
The Brief from Brussels: EU unveils economic outlook for 2017
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of the top stories from the city.
Trump holds talks with Trudeau at White House
Billed as a delicate diplomatic mission, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in Washington earlier on Monday for his first talks with President Donald…
Romanian protesters call on EU for help
Anti-corruption protesters in Romania are determined to force their government to drop the idea of weakening the fight against graft, but say they need the EU's support to bring about change.
Samsung denies bribery as boss questioned again over influence-peddling
Avalanche in French Alps claims three members of same family
Three members of the same family are among four people who have been killed by an avalanche in the French ski resort Tignes
Taliban claims responsibility for deadly Lahore blast
A suspected suicide bomber killed at least 13 people and wounded dozens more in the Pakistani city of Lahore on Monday.
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Alpine skiing: Aerni wins shock gold at Worlds
Luca Aerni handed host nation Switzerland their third title from six races at the World skiing championships in St.
Netanyahu looks to reboot relations with the US
Israel's prime minister meets Donald Trump for the first time since he became US President, and hopes for a friendlier relationship than with his predecessor.
Moments after murder: striking image wins photography prize
Photograph of assassin standing by his lifeless victim in art gallery in Turkey wins prize
How Europe can stand up to Trump's America- View
By Ana Palacio, former Spanish foreign minister and visiting lecturer at Georgetown University After years of intensifying fragmentation and
Hamas elects Yahya Sinwar as Gaza leader
The Palestinian group Hamas has elected a commander of its armed wing as overall leader in Gaza.
Japan's economic growth overshadowed by Trump protectionism fears
Turkmenistan's 'protector' wins third term with '97 percent of vote'
President Kurbanguly Berdymukhamedov of Turkmenistan has won a third term in office, with a largely expected landslide in Sunday’s election.
The stage play 'Stalin Watchmaker' reflects the life of the former Soviet leader Joseph Stalin
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'Land of Mine' opens door into corner of Danish history
Beneath a vast expanse of sand on the Danish coast lie thousands of deadly land mines.
Cat gets bionic legs in landmark operation
Pooh, the cat lost his hind legs in an accident and his chances of survival were slim.
Barca put six past Alaves
It was a bitter sweet week for Deportivo Alaves.
Austria's president takes swipe at 'populist' parties.
Austria’s president took another swipe at so-called populist parties on Monday as he held talks with European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker.