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Syria's armed opposition rejects Russian 'safe zones' plan
Syria’s armed opposition is rejecting a Russian plan to create safe zones in the country, saying it is a threat to territorial integrity.
President fails to Czech whether PM is really resigning!
Sparks flew at Prague Castle on Thursday as the Czech Republic’s political crisis took a new and almost farcical turn.
Europa League: Manchester United win at Celta Vigo
Marcus Rashford's free kick in the 67th minute gave Manchester United a 1-0 win over the Spaniards
Students clash with police as Venezuela violence rages
There has been no let-up in Venezuela’s protest movement against leftist President Nicolas Maduro, with clashes between students and police on Thursday.
Blast and fire at chemical plant in Spain injures 15
An explosion and fire at a chemical factory in Spain has injured at least 15 people, three seriously.
Prison guards in Brazil scuffle in parliament pensions protest
There were rowdy scenes inside Brazil’s parliament on Wednesday night after prison guards protesting against new retirement rules stormed the committee room.
Healthcare victory for Trump in House of Representatives
The lower house of Congress has voted to repeal major parts of Obamacare, the last president's flagship measure.
The EU balancing act facing Macron
by Daniel Gros, director of Center for European Policy Studies The prospect that the centrist, pro-European Emmanuel Macron will become the next
How Theresa May took Britons out from Europe
by Jacek Rostowski, Poland’s Minister of Finance and Deputy Prime Minister from 2007 to 2013 Several months ago, I predicted that British Prime
The Brief from Brussels: a look ahead to the French election
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of all the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
No nationality: Europe is urged to stop locking up the stateless
With an estimated ten million people worldwide thought to be stateless, Europe is being urged to end arbitrary detentions and protect those with nowhere to call…
Algeria votes in parliamentary election amid little uncertainty
Algeria has been voting in a parliamentary election that’s expected to give the ruling FLN and its allies another five-year mandate.
Obama backs Macron as candidate files law suit over offshore allegations
Macron files lawsuit over offshore account allegations
Back from the Baroque
For the first time in nearly 250 years, Alcione, Marin Marais' operatic masterpiece, makes a dazzling comeback in Paris at the Opéra Comique.
Google to pay 306 million euros additional tax to Italy
Google's parent company - Alphabet - is to pay 306 million euros to settle a tax dispute with Italy covered 13 years up to 2015.
Alonso's test drive at Indianapolis
Former F1 world champion test drives ahead of the Indianapolis 500
Canada orders recall of too-strong Bombay Sapphire gin
Canadian liquor authorities are recalling bottles of Bombay Sapphire after it was revealed they contained nearly double the amount of alcohol.
Jamila: Dead aged 7 as famine takes hold of Yemen
Jamila was seven.
How the press reacted to Theresa May's attack on Brussels
After accusing Brussels of interfering in the UK General Election, Theresa May has been cheered on and criticised by the UK press.
Prince Philip to retire: 'he's done a pretty good job'
Prince Philip appeared alongside Britain’s Queen Elizabeth at an engagement in London on Thursday, after the news that he is to retire from active public life later this…
Long goodbyes: how men in Croatia are the EU's oldest to fly the nest
Young men in Croatia stay at home with their parents well into their 30s – the longest in the EU.
Brexit threat to the City of London
Banks working from London are starting to announce their plans for when Britain leaves the EU, including moving staff to places like Frankfurt.
Iraqi army opens new front in the battle for Mosul
New front opens in the battle to retake Mosul from ISIL
European 'history house' opens this weekend
It was meant to have been open in 2014, but now the House of European History finally opens its doors to the public this weekend.
Portuguese immigrants show France what successful assimilation looks like
Here in France, the largest foreign community is the Portuguese.
New car sales slump in Britain in April
The UK saw the biggest year-on-year drop in new car registrations for over six years in April linked to government anti-pollution moves.
Eurozone business activity at a six-year high
Eurozone manufacturing and services companies said they increased activity at the fastest rate in six years in April.
Alanis Morissette's ex-manager jailed for stealing millions from singer
A former business manager for Alanis Morissette who stole over seven million dollars (6.
Facebook profit surges, closing in on two billion monthly users
Facebook has reported surging quarterly profit and revenue but its shares dipped due to nervousness about future earnings.
Final fractious TV debate alienates French voters
French voters unimpressed by fractious TV debate as election looms