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Leicester City continue Champions League fairytale debut by reaching quarter-finals
Melanie does the weather: French woman with Down's Syndrome fulfills dream to become weather girl
A young French woman with Down’s Syndrome has fulfilled her lifelong ambition to become a TV weather presenter.
Long-lost Stradivarius violin thrills audiences again
The 18th century instrument, stolen in 1980 and recovered two years ago, has been restored and played in concert.
European Parliament holds key to Brexit deal
China starts 2017 with robust growth but retail sales disappoint
China's latest official statistics show the economy got off to a robust start in 2017 but economists are not sure how long the pace can be sustained.
Future of the EU: Europe's flaws are no accident, they were part of the plan
It’s hard not to feel sympathy for Juncker. Still, his report is disappointing. It sidesteps the central challenge that the EU must confront and overcome.
Oil price falls to new 2017 low
'Storm Stella' brings blizzards and disruption to US northeast
Snow has been piling up in parts of the northeastern United States as a huge winter storm named “Stella” brought blizzards and disruption in several states.
What if migrants were the first, actual European citizens? It’s a fantasy, experts say
“What if we granted European citizenship to refugees?
EU and Turkey - drifting further apart?
Tensions continue to boil, as Europe and Turkey seemingly drift further apart.
Dutch election: PM Mark Rutte insists he will not quit, even if rival Geert Wilders wins vote
Volkswagen brand suffers profit drop after emissions scandal
Syrian crisis 'worst man-made disaster since WWII' - UN
The UN's OHCHR hears of 'torture, executions and unfair trials' in Syria, while a separate UN commission accuses the Syrian Air Force of war crimes.
Turkey's Erdogan holds Dutch responsible for Srebrenica
The president has escalated the diplomatic row, accusing the 'rotten' Dutch of responsibility for the 1995 Bosnian war massacre.
French elections: François Fillon under formal investigation
French presidential candidate François Fillon is placed under formal investigation on suspicion of embezzling state funds.
Navigating Europe's choppy economic waters: forecasts and uncertainty
Financial markets braced for US interest rate hike
Federal Reserve policymakers have started a two-day meeting which is almost certain to produce an increase in the cost of borrowing in the US.
Meet the Dutch 'Justin Trudeau'
Green Party leader Jesse Klaver is being described as the Dutch answer to Canada’s Justin Trudeau.
Saudi Arabia launches girls' council, without the girls
Feminists would have likely given full marks for theory, but zero for practice.
"A lot of Dutch people think they are incapable of racism"
Sylvana Simons is a journalist and broadcaster, who is one of the founders of the Artikel 1 Party. She left her career for politics; saying she
Iraq: more civilians flee as fighting resumes in western Mosul
Some smart electricity meters 'give readings nearly 600 percent too high'
Consumers across Europe could be paying over the odds for electricity, according to a Dutch study that reveals some electricity meters can give readings as much as 582 percent too…
Meet Joseph Matheatau, South Africa's first qualified blind barista
Joseph, who has made a name for himself as South Africa's first qualified blind barista was not born this way. His eyesight started to deteriorate when he was about three years old because of glaucoma
Champions League: Leicester City boss Shakespeare wary of Sevilla threat
Leicester City’s hopes of any joy this season rests upon their European exploits.
Where does your city rank in the 'quality of life' hit parade?
Europe has its problems.
What Malta's Azure Window looks like now
Weather conditions around the small Mediterranean archipelago of Malta have eased enough to allow divers to inspect the rock monument underwater.
Poland to seek extradition of US suspected WWII criminal
Polish authorities say they will seek the arrest and extradition of a US citizen suspected of committing crimes against humanity during the Second World War.
Aleppo rail service reopens
There may be little left of this eastern Aleppo railway station, but trains are starting to return to the war-torn city after a break of five years.
Strong winds force cancellation of Cape Town cycling tour
The Cape Town cycling tour was cancelled on Sunday (March 12) due to gale-force winds blowing in excess of 100 km per hour across parts of the cycling route.
European court rules workplace headscarf ban is legal