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Mosul offensive "in final phase"
US to arm Syrian Kurds in battle with ISIL to retake Raqqa
Despite objections from NATO ally Turkey, the Pentagon is to supply weapons to Kurdish YPG forces battling ISIL militants in Syria.
Juventus through to Champions League final
Victory for Juventus against Monaco sends the Italians through to the final
Car bomb explodes outside Thai supermarket
Muslim militants fighting for a separate state in the south of the predominantly Buddhist country are suspected of carrying out the attack in the city of Pattani.
Champions League: Madrid derby as Real travel to Atletico
Real Madrid take a 3-0 lead into the second leg of their Champions League semi-final against Atletico
Indigenous Warao flee Venezuela in search of new life in Brazil
Thousands of indigenous Warao people, mostly hailing from the Orinoco Delta in eastern Venezuela, have fled to Brazil to seek a new life.
Moscow marks Victory Day with shows of civilian and military might
Moscow has marked Victory Day with shows of strength from both civilians and the armed forces.
Kremlin critic Navalny has eye surgery after attack
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny is recovering after surgery at a Spanish clinic following an attack that left him mostly blind in one eye.
Migrants storm border fence in Spanish enclave Melilla,
Some 300 sub-Saharan African migrants stormed the razor-wire fence between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Melilla on Tuesday.
Germany: Migrants on trial for fire attack on homeless man
Six young asylum seekers are on trial for attempted murder in Germany for a fire attack on a homeless man at a metro station in Berlin.
Clashes at Kyiv "Immortal Regiment" ceremony
There have been scuffles between activists and police at a march in the Ukrainian capital marking the end of the Second World War.
Battle for the bottle: cork fights back
Macron's battle for the National Assembly
The Brief from Brussels: European Commission warns Macron about France's spending
A round up of the latest European developments from our team in Brussels
Milan: Barack Obama advocates action against climate change
Former US President Barack Obama has called for action to be taken against climate change, in his first public address on foreign soil since leaving office.
Immigrant integration in Amsterdam. Tesfalem's story.
An opinion piece from Amsterdam's Mayor, Eberhard van der Laan, on the city's pioneering integration of immigrants
Giving peace a chance: Abbas is ready to meet Netanyahu
The Palestinian President is prepared to hold talks with Israel's PM, under the sponsorship of US leader Donald Trump.
Silk Way Rally: from Moscow to Xi'An
Rally raid teams will tackle 10,000kms through Russia, Kazakhstan and China
Third arrest in German army attack probe
German police have detained a third man suspected of involvement in a plan by an army officer and a student to carry out an attack.
EU warns Macron over French budget deficit
Shipwrecks spark rise in migrant death toll
Nearly 250 migrants are missing or feared dead after two shipwrecks in the Mediterranean.
Young leaders around the world
Here is a look at the world's youngest leaders who were ‘a little wet behind the ears’ when they attained high executive office.
Police clear 1,600 migrants from Paris tent camp
Police cleared a makeshift migrant camp in Paris early on Tuesday, in which more than 1,600 people had been living in squalid conditions for weeks.
'The Journey' of two men who buried the hatchet and brought peace to Northern Ireland
They were the mortal enemies who became friends: Ian Paisley, the firebrand Presbyterian minister from rural County Armagh who founded his own church and vowed to never, never, never share power with
IMF sees improved growth for Asia but also risks
The International Monetary Fund warns of "significant" uncertainty and risks to growth for Asia even as it raises its growth forecast.
Brexit questioned as Labour launches UK election campaign
Jeremy Corbyn has reportedly refused to confirm whether he would go ahead with Brexit if Labour were to win the UK election on June 8.
Mexico and EU closing in on trade deal
With Mexico's future trade relations with the US up for renegotiation, Europe seeks to take advantage with an improved agreement
Liberal Moon Jae-in set for South Korean presidency
Liberty, equality, subversion: French ballot box humour
The second round of the French presidential election was a convincing victory for Emmanuel Macron who won 66 percent of the vote compared to Marine Le Pen’s 34…
Christian governor of Jakarta imprisoned for blasphemy
Outgoing governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama - known as Ahok - was sentenced to two years on accusations of insulting Islam.