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New US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis will address one of the most anticipated NATO meetings in years on Wednesday.
Venezuela’s Vice President Tereck El Aissami has reacted angrily to being blacklisted by the US and the imposition of financial sanctions against him after Washington accused him of being a drug…
The sweet smell of success will be wafting over the French capital after Paris St Germain comprehensively outclassed Barcelona in the first leg of the Champions League knockout phase at the Parc des…
Real Madrid have mastered the art of winning without hitting top gear this season but that will be severely tested in Wednesday night’s Champions League clash with…
Pressure is mounting on President Donald Trump amid revelations he knew for weeks that his national security adviser misled the White House about his contacts with…
When US President Donald Trump will host Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the first time at the White House on Thursday, the Israeli government will breathe a sigh of relief that the past eight y
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UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has admitted past claims he lost close friends at the Hillsborough football disaster were false
Using humour to depict the hardship faced by Syrian refugees might not seem the most obvious approach to take, but that’s exactly what Finnish director Aki Kaurishmaki has done with his latest work “T
Alexandre Kristoff is celebrating victory after day one of the Tour of Oman.
Some 2,000 Greek farmers protested in Athens on Tuesday over increases to their tax and social security contributions amid the government’s ongoing austerity…
The US central bank is previewing interest rate rises, with Fed Chair Janet Yellen warning it is "unwise" to wait too long.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the day’s top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
As the battle to rout ISIL from Iraq reaches its bloody crescendo, the world can catch a glimpse at the militant group leaves in its wake.
MEPs are set to vote on whether to ratify a free trade pact, known as CETA, between the European Union and Canada.
With world leaders almost dislocating their shoulders after meeting President Trump, we decipher some of the body language around handshakes and have a look at a few of Trump's worst.
Tunisia’s prime minister has rejected criticism his country was too slow to take back failed asylum seekers from Europe.
Inspirational breast cancer patients and survivors walked the runway at New York Fashion Week sporting a collection of underwear designed for women affected by the…
Three of the world's top skydivers have marked this St. Valentine's day by jumping above a heart-shaped island in Croatia.
After barely a year Playboy says it's going "back to its roots" and will restore female nudes to the magazine next month.
A man known to local police has been arrested in Hitler's birthplace in Austria for imitating the Nazi dictator in public.
“Police, killers” were among the slogans shouted as French President Francois Hollande visited a gritty suburb of Paris on Tuesday as tensions continue to rise over alleged police…
Two trains have collided after one ignored a stop sign in Luxembourg near the French border, killing one person and injuring six.
Veteran fashion designer Carolina Herrera presented what she called, “my white shirt moment” at New York Fashion Week.
In a move that could shake up the global auto industry, France's PSA Peugeot Citroen is talking to General Motors about buying Opel/Vauxhall.
Aircraft engine maker Rolls-Royce suffered a record annual loss from settling bribery investigations in Britain, the US and Brazil and the pound's Brexit vote slump.
Over a decade after the infamous 2005 riots that rocked France, tensions between police and those living on the outskirts of society don't appear to be easing.
Credit Suisse says its 2016 losses were 2.44 billion Swiss francs, it plans to cut up to 6,500 more jobs this year.
Mathieu Faivre anchored France to gold at the Alpine skiing World Championships in the Team Event at St Moritz.
Russian politicians have been quick to defend Mike Flynn, Donald Trump's national security advisor, who has resigned. They claim he has been forced out by those seeking to ruin better US-Russian relat