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A Dutch retailer has been forced to apologise after it unwittingly sold copies of a colouring book featuring Adolf Hitler.
Far-left maverick Jean-Luc Melenchon is rising in the polls and becoming the ultimate wild card in the French presidential race.
It's the first time Documenta will open outside Germany. Athens is preparing to host the 14th edition of the modern art exhibition.
Thursday was the third and last day of national mourning for the victims of Monday's attack.
Protesters in Argentina have clashed with police during demonstrations against government austerity measures.
The comedian and actor known for his witty insults passed away in Los Angeles.
By Herman Van Rompuy,Janis A. Emmanouilidis,Fabian Zuleeg
The eurozone crisis is far less dangerous now than during its peak years of 2010-2013
Devin Nunes, the head of a congressional probe into alleged Russian meddling in the US presidential election, said he would temporarily step aside to face an ethics inquiry.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the daily news stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
46 MEPS from different political groups and members of the Progressive Caucus of the European Parliament signed a common solidarity statement “Stop Damaging Greece” before next Eurogroup of 7th Ap
US and China hold key talks at Mar-a-Lago
Sarin gas is now thought by many to have been used in the attack in Syria.
Hundreds of children take part in official launch ceremony for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic education programme
Archaeologists have uncovered what could be Rome’s oldest aqueduct.
Hungary has defended its decision to detain migrants in shipping containers on the border with Serbia.
Forbidden love, wrongdoings and despair: Zurich Opera House ventures into late 19th-century French romanticism with Werther, by Jules Massenet.
The Hungarian government has moved to close down the George Soros-funded Central European University in Budapest, triggering a wave of protests and claims academic freedom is under threat.
Let’s try to ease tensions.
The European Parliament on Thursday voted to ease travel restrictions for Ukrainians visiting member states.
From Thursday all British forms employing 250 people or more will have to publish by next April the complete gender breakdown of their workers' pay, and will no longer be able to hide the lower rates
There is criticism from the European Commission’s president over controversial moves by Hungary’s prime minister to crackdown on foreign universities.
The European Parliament has demanded Russia free Alexei Navalny.
Images from the Syrian town of Khan Sheikhoun on Thursday showed men collecting evidence from the site of the chemical attack that killed at least 70 people including…
Chemical killer claims 22 members of the same Syrian family
Be prepared for possible delays if you are planning to travel in or out of Europe’s Schengen zone.
A school dedicated to helping child prostitution victims become lawyers has opened in India.
The World Health Organisation invites us to use World Health Day on 7 April to talk about depression, the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide.
US Republican Senators are expected to invoke the “nuclear option” Thursday to force through President Donald Trump's nominee to the US Supreme Court.
Authorities in St Petersburg say they have detained several suspects and made an explosive device safe inside an apartment block in the city.
2017 is election year in Germany, and hacker attacks like those alleged to have taken place during the US elections in 2016, are feared.