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Germany stands-up for EU 'precious legacy'
In the face of rising populism and nationalism, Germany’s newly-elected Federal President has delivered a message of defiance in the European Parliament.
Fresh funding pledges for Syrian refugees expected at Brussels conference
International donors are expected to pledge billions more euros for Syrian refugees at a conference that has kicked off in Brussels.
Suspected gas attack kills dozens in northern Syria
Another suspected chemical attack in Syria has killed at least fifty people including a dozen children.
Dutch calls for solidarity against gay violence after Arnhem couple gets savaged
A gay couple were attacked while holding hands prompting a social media response
Among injured in Russia blast, four in a critical condition
Among the almost 50 people injured in the explosion in the St.
Tokyo Cherry blossoms in full bloom
Hundreds of people joined together to celebrate the start of spring under Tokyo’s cherry blossom trees as they reached ‘peak bloom’.
Suspected St Petersburg bomber identified as Kyrgyz-born Russian
The man suspected of killing 14 people in a bombing on the St Petersburg underground has been identified as Akbarzhon Jalilov, a Russian citizen born in the former Soviet republic of…
European newspapers lead with "Terror attack in St. Petersburg"
The explosion in St Petersburg dominates Europe’s main newspapers with several of them using words such as ‘terror’ or ‘massacre’ on the metro.
Protesters keep up pressure on Paraguay's government
There is anger on the streets of Paraguay, with protesters again gathering outside the Congress.
Suspect in St Petersburg blast reportedly Kyrgyz-born Russian citizen
As the hunt goes on for whoever was responsible for the deadly metro blast in St.
Gibraltar: the 300-year-old thorn in UK-Spain relations
The question of Gibraltar has been a thorn in the side of UK EU relations for years and now with Brexit, tempers are flaring again
Official portrait of Melania is out ... and Twitter is abuzz
The photograph is now on the official website of the White House along with details about Melania's life
Film maker Roman Polanski loses latest bid to end US rape case
A Los Angeles court has rejected granting film maker Roman Polanski immunity from prison in relation to a decades-old case involving sex with a minor.
Colombia begins to bury its dead
Colombia is beginning to bury its dead as rescuers continue to search for victims of the weekend’s flooding and landslides.
Putin pays respects to victims of St Petersburg metro blast
Eleven people die in blast on St.