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Turkish opposition MP gets 25-year jail term for 'spying'
Enis Berberoglu was accused of giving an opposition newspaper a video purporting to show Turkish intelligence services transporting weapons into Syria.
EU agency targeted in weed killer row
The ongoing debate over the safety of glyphosate is becoming a thorn in the side of the European Food Safety Agency.
Roaming fees to disappear
Mobile phone roaming fees disappear on Thursday.
The Brief from Brussels: Eurozone officials eye new Greek aid payout
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the daily stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Gunman who opened fire on Republican US lawmakers dies after shootout
President Donald Trump has announced the gunman who opened fire on Republican US lawmakers has died.
Number of confirmed victims rises in London tower block fire
Many are thought to be missing after the overnight blaze and police say the death toll will rise further.
Death toll rises to 12 in London tower block blaze
Fire engulfed a 24-storey block of flats in central London on Wednesday, killing at least 12 people, injuring 70 more and trapping some residents
The Annecy Festival: Animation in the Alps
The French Alpine town of Annecy is the equivalent of Cannes when it comes to animated movies. And the world premiere of ‘Despicable Me 3’ was just
World Press Cartoon awards top prize to Iranian artist
World Press Cartoon, a leading international contest celebrating the work of cartoonists from around the world, has come to a close in Caldas da Rainha, north of Portugal’s capital…
The International Paris Airshow 2017: what to keep an eye on
With the Paris Air show days away, what are the big stories to look out for?
Rome mayor Raggi urges halt to migrant arrivals
Virginia Raggi of the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement has asked the Italian government not to send more asylum seekers to the capital
Eyewitness say they were horrifed by London tower block fire
Eyewitnesses recount the drama of the London tower block fire
Residents repeatedly warned Grenfell Tower management of fire risks
The fire which devastated west London’s Grenfell Tower and which killed at least six residents as they slept was a tragedy waiting to happen, says the apartment block’s residents association.
Spain: Rajoy survives no-confidence motion
The anti-austerity Podemos Party brought the motion against the embattled prime minister.
London tower block fire: 'A number of fatalities'
London Fire Brigade says ‘a number of fatalities’ has been reported after a fire broke out at a tower block in the British capital. More than 50
Ronaldo proclaims innocence in tax fraud case
Cristiano Ronaldo says his "conscience is clear" the day after Spanish tax authorities file a lawsuit claiming nearly 15 million euros.
London's Borough Market reopens after terror attack
With emotions running high and stalls bursting with produce, London's 1,000-year-old Borough Market has re-opened.
News on the move in Venezuela
Activists board buses to read news bulletins to people in Caracas and further afield.
USA: several people wounded after a gunman shoots at congressman and police at a charity baseball event in Virginia
Our journalists are working on this story and will update it as soon as more information becomes available.
MEPs back Paris agreement
MEPs say the EU is committed to the 2015 Paris agreement on climate change.
Teenager dances for joy after successful heart transplant
A ‘good news’ video of the week came from a hospital in Baltimore where 16-year-old Amari Hall celebrated after a successful heart
Fears for people trapped inside blazing London tower block
At least six people are known to have died and several are missing following an early-morning blaze in a London tower block
At least six people are dead in a tower block blaze in London
A tower block blaze in London's East End has claimed the lives of at least six people.
New homes for high-profile Italian coaches
High-profile Italian coaches are on the move, with new homes confirmed for Mancini and Capello
Deaths reported in London tower blaze
An unknown number of people have been killed in a huge fire which engulfed a 27-story block of flats in central London on Wednesday, London Fire
Italy and France retain European fencing titles
The European Fencing Championships saw French and Italian competitors recrowned.
Transformers: The Last Knight premieres in China
Transformers is back. The Last Knight, the fifth film in the series, will be director Michael Bay's last in the franchise.
Fighting prejudice through Islamic art
A new light is being shone on centuries-old pieces of art from the Middle East at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art
Power supplies to Gaza Strip cut even further
Hamas accuses Palestinian Authority of making life difficult to win political concessions
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Australia pays millions in compensation to refugees
Campaigners have hailed the payout to detainees at Manus Island as a victory for human rights