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Protesters storm FYROM parliament, attack MPs
It comes after an alliance of Social Democrats and ethnic Albanian parties voted to elect an Albanian as parliament speaker, witnesses said.
NASA's Cassini flies inside Saturn's rings and beams back images
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has taken a trip through Saturn’s rings for the first time – and has been back in touch with Earth.
Thailand seeks arrest warrant for Red Bull heir over deadly hit-and-run
Thailand has issued an arrest warrant for Vorayuth Yoovidhaya, an heir to the Red Bull fortune.
Dutch delight with orange to celebrate King's 50th birthday
Orange-clad citizens across the country celebrated by holding parties and street sales.
EU faces €5 million costs over Le Pen's fake jobs allegations
The far right Front National leader Marine Le Pen is accused of fiddling European parliamentary expenses.
Can Denmark's solar power solution be a blueprint for sun-starved countries?
Though solar availability is scarce in this Nordic country of 5.6 million, Denmark has become a leader in combined heat and electric generation.
US travel and laptop bans spark concern among Gulf airlines
The US government's travel and laptop bans have been a major talking point at this year's Arabian Travel Market.
Putin and Abe in call to defuse tensions over North Korea
Vladimir Putin and Shinzo Abe have called on North Korea and other countries to avoid antagonising tensions around Pyongyang’s nuclear programme.
Ancient city unearthed in Iran
The series of underground subterranean tunnels dating back more than 2,000 years were discovered near Samen in Hamedan Province.
The Brief from Brussels: EU unified on Brexit
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Serbia reacts to refusal of French court to extradite former Kosovan PM
Serbia wants to try the former Kosovan Prime Minister for alleged war crimes, but its extradition request was refused by a French court. Serbia has described the decision as "shameful" and "scandalous
EU officials stand firm ahead of Brexit meeting
EU officials are talking tough ahead of a forthcoming Brexit summit.
'The US has long supported international justice, now it should be subjected to it'
They call him the “dictator hunter”.
Iran presidential election: who to watch
With less than one month to go until its presidential election, Iran is gearing up for a political showdown.
ECB says eurozone recovery 'increasingly solid'
European Central Bank policymakers acknowledged the eurozone's economic recovery is becoming stronger but kept stimulus and interest rates unchanged.
Man found with knives near UK parliament sparks security alert
A man has been arrested under the Terrorism Act after being found with knives in Westminster.
Cairo prepares for Pope Francis' visit to heal ties
Pope Francis arrives in the Egyptian capital Cairo less than a month after deadly attacks on Coptic churches
Iranian footballer "banned from national team" for playing abroad without hijab
Shiva Amini claims a decision by officials has forced her off the team.
What do new campaign posters reveal about Macron and Le Pen?
Analysts have taken a closer a look at what the choice in design could reveal about each potential future president.
Eurozone finance chiefs admit Greece will need debt relief
Eurozone finance ministers chair Jeroen Dijsselbloem says some Greek debt will have to be written off for its public finances to become sustainable.
Palestine shuts up shop to support hunger-striking prisoners
Protests across the West Bank and Gaza are designed to show solidarity with Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike in Israeli jails.
Violent crime videos pile pressure on Facebook
Never before has it been so easy to put pictures and video on the internet.
The Swedish melting pot where women work for a better future
Yalla Trappan, a Swedish social enterprise that combines work, inclusion and women’s empowerment started with just six women when it was founded seven years ago.
Russian warship sinks after Black Sea collision
Coastguards say all 78 personnel on board the "Liman" have been evacuated to safety.The Russian naval intelligence ship sank off Turkey's Black Sea coast after colliding with a freighter carrying live
Council of Europe urges Hungary to suspend laws on NGOs, universities
The Council of Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly has called on Hungary to suspend a debate in the country’s parliament of bills which tighten rules on non-governmental organisations and foreign…
The EU's war of words with Hungary intensifies as Verhofstadt slams Orban in Parliament rant
It's the latest escalation in tensions between the EU and Hungary, which have simmered for months, and are now raging.
Paris police clash with students over presidential election
Many of the student protesters in Paris brandished slogans against Macron and Le Pen
Samsung profit boosted by chips, sees better earnings from the S8
Samsung posted solid profit in Q1, boosted by strong demand for its memory chips and flagged up stronger future earnings
Baby monkey makes New Orleans zoo debut
Visitors to the New Orleans Audubon zoo will now be able to see rare baby colobus monkey.
Produce given away in Buenos Aires protest
Farmers in Buenos Aires are giving away their produce to people in protest over conditions for small-scale producers.