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Russia to trial fan ID ahead of football World Cup
Russia is to try fan ID at the 2017 Confederations cup ahead of hosting the World Cup the following year.
France: support ebbs away from Fillon amid calls for Juppé return
Attorney General Jeff Sessions steps aside from Russia probe
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Syria: recapture of Palmyra risible, opposition suggests
Delegates for the Syrian opposition at UN-sponsored peace talks in Geneva have suggested the recapture of Palmyra is comical.
Refugee in suitcase arrested on Lesbos island
A migrant from Syria, aged 23, caught hiding in a suitcase in the port of Mytilini, Lesbos Island, Greece has been arrested by Greek police. The
Turkey: opposition MPs lobby against constitutional changes
Turkey’s pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) has launched a campaign to urge people to vote ‘no’ in an upcoming referendum on changing the constitution.
Brussels police detain man with gas canisters in car
A man with suspected militant links has been detained in Brussels after police found two gas canisters in his car.
EU, Armenia edge towards cooperation deal
The EU and Armenia have concluded negotations on a Partnership Agreement.
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Doctors walk out in Greece
Doctors in Greek state hospitals walk out in protest in central Athens over social security changes
Turkey summons German Ambassador after speech by Justice Minister to Turks in Germany is cancelled
Turkey has summoned the German Ambassador in Ankara after a speech by Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag to Turks living in Germany was cancelled.
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Social media goes "Gigi" for Hadid cover on Vogue Arabia
American lifestyle and fashion magazine Vogue this week launched its first-ever Arabic issue and fashion supermodel Gigi Hadid features on its cover
Israeli soldier Elor Azaria freed pending appeal
The Israeli soldier sentenced to 18 months in prison for killing a wounded Palestinian attacker will not go to jail while he waits the outcome of his appeal.
Polish MEP insists 'women must earn less' in sexist tirade
Polish MEP Janusz Korwin-Mikke was lambasted in the European parliament by Iratxe Garcia-Perez after he insisted that 'women must earn less as they are weaker, smaller and less intelligent'.
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions faces calls to quit over Russia links
Luis Enrique says goodbye to Barcelona
After what seems a lifetime at Barcelona as a player and manager Luis Enrique has had enough of the pressure, and will leave the club at the end of the season.
French elections under scrutiny
With less than two months remaining before the French go to the polls, the run-up to the presidential elections has so far been tainted by scandals.
Nokia calls up nostalgia at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona
The latest smartphones were on show at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona where Huawei tried to make an impact with the P10 and P10 Plus models in the absence of direct competitors Apple and…
Sweden reintroduces military service
Officials say it is because of what Defence Minister Peter Hultqvist calls a deteriorating security environment in Europe and around Sweden.
Croatia refuses to ban abortion
Croatia's Constitutional Court has rejected a call to ban abortion, saying the legislation does not breach the country's constitution. However, the court urged parliament to pass new abortion legislat
Mobile privacy explained by kids
As we spend more and more of our lives using our mobile phones and they get connected to almost anything from houses to cars to fridges, privacy has become one of the main concerns raised at the Mobil
Northern Ireland votes, but will Westminster prevail?
Northern Ireland votes in an Assembly Election, but with the two main parties at odds, a fresh power-sharing government seems on rocky ground.
The Russian hacking saga
On the 30th of December 2016, former US President Barack Obama ordered the expulsion of 35 Russian suspected spies and imposed sanctions on two Russian intelligence agencies over their involvement in
Spain's economy continues to show strong growth, 3.2% expansion in 2016
French election: Macron uses manifesto launch to attack rivals
Emmanuel Macron launches an attack on his two main rivals as he unveils his manifesto ahead of the French presidential election.
Eurozone inflation at four-year high of 2% increases pressure on ECB
Mystery as family-of-four disappear in France
Prosecutors in Nantes have opened an investigation into murder, abduction and illegal confinement. Intensive searches are underway for the Troadec family who have disappeared from their bloodstained h