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US launches missile test
The US military claims to have successfully intercepted an intercontinental-range missile for the first time. The test represents a critical
Venezuela: Goldman Sachs protest
Goldman Sachs is continuing to be the focus of Venezuelan anger – at least for critics of the country’s president. Around two dozen picketed the
"Andrómeda" de Rodin atinge mais de 3,6 milhões de euros em leilão
Um dos cinco exemplares da escultura de Auguste Rodin, "Andrómeda" foi vendida num leilão em Paris por mais de 3,6 milhões de euros
Grande back to Manchester
Pop singer Ariana Grande is to hold a benefit concert for the victims of the Manchester bombing. She will be joined by numerous music stars
Underground water pipe explodes in Kyiv
CCTV cameras captured how the pressure formed an asphalt 'bubble' that burst spectacularly, sending a torrent of sludge onto the street.
Russian hacker to be extradited
A Czech court has ruled that a Russian citizen can be extradited to either the US where he’s wanted for hacking social networks or Russia where he’s
Traveling the world with Steve McCurry
“Travelling and taking photos, seeing the world in which we live: I can’t imagine a better way of living this life that has been given to us.” – says
German interior ministry says it thwarted Berlin suicide attack
Confusion surrounds the arrest in Germany of a 17-year-old man alleged to have been planning a suicide attack in Berlin. Germany’s interior
'Patti Cake$': Jersey girl turned rapper
The movie got a standing ovation at its latest screening in Cannes.
The Brief From Brussels: US, Germany ties under strain after Trump tweets
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of today’s top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Amazon shares pass $1,000 for first time
Shares in the company Amazon have gone past the 1,000 dollar mark for the first time. It is a major new milestone for the online seller, which has
EU's Juncker faces tax questions from MEPs
European Commission chief Jean Claude Juncker once again faced questions about Luxembourg’s sweetheart tax deals with major firms on Tuesday.
Prince Harry unveils UK Invictus Games team
Prince Harry has unveiled the team that will represent the UK at the next Invictus Games - a sports competition for injured war veterans - in Toronto.
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French activist's video showing appalling conditions on chicken farm shocks consumers
A supplier of poultry products to the French food industry is under fire after activists reveal shocking conditions of cruelty on one of his farms.
This Scottish duo plans to literally walk around the world
On the morning of Tuesday, March 7 29-year-old Paul Whatley and his dog Brett left their home town of Dunbar in Scotland to engage in the adventure of a lifetime: walking around the…
Moscow court hears Usmanov v Navalny defamation case
Russian tycoon Alisher Usmanov is suing Alexei Navalny over the activist's investigation into Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev's wealth.
From fairytale to nightmare as Little Mermaid doused in red paint
The cleaning of Copenhagen’s Little Mermaid statue, which authorities say was vandalised by anti-whaling activists, features in our pictures of the
Hang up your Spurs: Tottenham Hotspur build new stadium
British Airways flights resume after very bumpy holiday weekend
British Airways flights have taken off after a weekend filled with disruption and lengthy delays for thousands of passengers because of an
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UN fears growing war crimes in Central African Republic
A new United Nations report claims a fresh wave of human rights violations in Central African Republic may amount to war crimes. Investigators who
Trump attacks Germany again on day Narendra Modi visits Berlin
Ryanair makes big profits, vows lower fares
Ryanair is vowing to cut ticket prices by up to seven percent after posting record annual profits. The low-cost Irish airline earned a net profit
Goodbye White Hart Lane
With the end of the 2016/17 English Premier League season demolition work at Tottenham Hotspur’s White Hart Lane stadium has been stepped
Hundreds protest at Texas legislature's move to ban sanctuary cities
Texas is attempting to rid the state of cities offering immigrants sanctuary, but hundreds have gathered in Austin to protest.
How will the UK Parliament be split after the election?
As national media in the UK report that Labour is, according to polls, rapidly encroaching on the Conservative party’s early lead in the election
'Churchill' film claims UK wartime PM had doubts over D-Day
A new movie starring Brian Cox and Miranda Richardson has been praised for their portrayal of Churchill and his wife - but panned for historical inaccuracies.
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Fabiola Gianotti, CERN: "95% of the universe is unknown to us."
Studying the infinitely small in order to understand the infinitely big – that’s the goal of researchers at CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research) in…
Manchester Victoria reopens as police seek new clues about bomber
Manchester’s Victoria railway station has reopened after last Monday’s suicide bombing of neighbouring Manchester Arena that killed 22 people. The
Fight terror with leniency and love: anti-terror TV advert ad goes viral
A television advert in which the victims of a terrorist encourage society to “bomb hatred with love” has sparked a debate online. What is the video