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UK, France vow crackdown on online 'extremism'
Feisty, tight-lipped Sessions denies improper Russia contacts
Rescuers save young family from building collapse in Nairobi
EU opens legal case against three countries over migration quotas
The EU has launched a legal case against Hungary, the Czech Republic and Poland over their tough stance on taking in asylum seekers.
Art Basel Unlimited 2017 takes a fresh look at the 1970s along with today's artists
Art Basel Unlimited takes a dip in the 1970s this year with 13 major worls from the decade.
Defying Brussels, Hungary tightens rules on NGOs
EU makes a move in Brexit battle over euro clearing
A hugely lucrative London business could be living on borrowed time because of Brexit. The European Union plans to give itself powers to move euro
The Brief from Brussels: MEPs urge quick Brexit talks
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU’s de facto political capital.
Migrants rescue off Libya coast
German NGO Sea-Watch recorded the rescue operation
UK political turmoil continues
North Korea frees US student Otto Warmbier 'in coma'
The student from Cincinnati, given 15 years hard labour for stealing a poster, was said to be on his way home after being 'medically evacuated'.
Finland avoids government collapse, Finns Party fractures after shift to far-right
The election of hard-line anti-immigrant leaders to the nationalist Finns Party, the country’s second-largest, lead to its fracture with moderate party MPs siding with Prime Minister Juha Sipila.
North Korea 'releases US student Otto Warmbier'
North Korea has released US student Otto Warmbier after a year-and-a-half of captivity, it’s emerged. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the
Ever wondered how people worked out a century ago? Check out photos here
The online photography collection is a treasure trove of historical and present-day images about culture, fashion and entertainment. It was
Taking dance to new heights
Home of the arts Greece gave the world drama and poetry, and now it is taking dance to places never dreampt before
The rally that wasn’t - how Russian police stopped Navalny protest
It was midday when I got outside Teatralnaya metro station in central Moscow, located near the famous Bolshoi Theatre, 200 metres from the State Duma
MEPs urge swift Brexit talks
The European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator says talks needs to start as soon as possible.
Brexit boom as number of Brits given German citizenship soars
A record 2,865 British citizens were naturalised in Germany in 2016, up from just 622 the previous year.
French football fans to pay tribute to victims of UK terror attacks
France is to pay tribute to the victims of the recent UK terror attacks ahead of a friendly football match against England.
Shattered Lesbos surveys ruins after earthquake
The Greek island of Lesbos has been counting the cost in lives and damage following an earthquake.
Federal Reserve meets ahead of expected interest rate rise
Quake-hit Lesbos village counts the cost
A state of emergency has been declared on the Greek island of Lesbos after an earthquake left hundreds of people homeless and one woman dead. The
Inside Infinity in 360 degrees
Step inside Infinity House, a spatial theatre at the heart of East London.
Vivienne Westwood praises Corbyn at 2018 Spring/Summer collection catwalk
Vivienne Westwood has presented her Spring-Summer 2018 collection, and used the occasion to praise Labour's leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Football: Spanish prosecutor files tax fraud lawsuit against Cristiano Ronaldo
Spain’s prosecutor’s office has said it filed a lawsuit against footballer Cristiano Ronaldo for allegedly defrauding Spanish authorities of 14.7
Erasmus turns 30
Officials deny claims FC Barcelona shirts have been banned in Saudi Arabia amid Qatar crisis
Chanting shamans dance for peace
In Peru, chanting shamans dance around pictures of Donald Trump and Kim Jon-un to call for world peace.
Hungary cracks down on NGOs
Hungary's parliament has approved a new law targeting foreign-funded non-governmental organisations.
UK inflation jumps to four-year high
The fall in the pound since last year's Brexit vote is being blamed for the year-on-year rise to 2.9 percent in May.