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Mall closed over terror threat in Germany
Police had closed the mall acting on intelligence reports of a potential terror attack. The origin of the threat, the local media reported, was a German with links to ISIL.
Shiffrin seals fourth World Cup slalom title with victory in Squaw Valley
Mikaela Shiffrin took full advantage of her rivals’ mistakes to win a World Cup slalom race on home snow in Squaw Valley and with the victory claim the season-long title in the…
ISIL close to collapse in Mosul say senior Iraqi military sources
ISIL is being squeezed in its last urban stronghold in Iraq, Mosul, as the city falls to Iraqi special forces, and the Islamic militants appear close to collapse.
Judo: Ismayilov and Alvear shine on day two of Baku Grand Slam
Rufat Ismayilov thrilled his home support on day two of the Baku Grand Slam thanks to a standout performance that saw him strike gold in the men’s -81kg…
Naples protests against campaign visit by Northern League leader
Ski jumping: Austria claim team victory in Oslo
Austria held off the stiff competition of Germany and Poland to win a World Cup ski jumping team event on Saturday in Oslo, Norway.
Spain remembers historic attack on Madrid's train network
March 11 2004 is an infamous date in the Spanish calendar, as on that day an al-Qaeda cell killed 191 people and injured 2000 in a series of bomb attacks in Madrid.
Assad describes US forces in Syria as "invaders"
The comments from Bashar al-Assad were made to a Chinese TV station and reported widely in Syria
Shopping centre closed in Germany after terrorist alert
A security alert in the western German city of Essen resulted in police closing off a shopping centre in the town.
Rutte calls Erdogan's branding of the Netherlands "fascist" as "crazy"
Dozens killed in double suicide bombing in Damascus
At least 46 people have been killed and 120 injured in a double suicide bombing in the Syrian capital.
Pro-Tibet protest in India
Tibetan protesters clashed with police outside the Chinese embassy in New Delhi. The protest was held to mark the Tibetan national uprising day.
A 'probable' Ramses II statue found in Cairo
A joint Egyptian-German team in Cairo, Egypt, have found parts of two statues.
Netherlands refuses landing rights for Turkish foreign minister's plane
The row over the holding of Turkish political meetings in the EU escalates
Japan remembers the victims of 2011 quake and tsunami
The country is marking the sixth anniversary of the disaster, which killed more than 18,000 people
Fears of confrontation in Seoul amid turmoil over president's ousting
Tension is high after the constitutional court confirmed impeachment and removed Park Geun-hye from office
UN warning about "largest humanitarian crisis" since its creation
There's mounting concern about famine in Somalia, South Sudan, Yemen and Nigeria
White House 'unaware' Flynn was representing Turkey
The White House claims that Donald Trump was unaware that his former national security adviser, Mike Flynn, had been lobbying on behalf of Turkey.
Grieving families seek justice for girls killed in Guatemala shelter fire
Funerals for 37 girls burnt alive in a fire at a state-run home begin, amid mounting criticism of the shelter.
Suspect in German child murder cases confesses
Isolated Poland's summit snub hints at rifts over EU's future
Leaders are divided on 'multi-speed Europe' as Brexit looms on the horizon.