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Yemen's cholera crisis
Yemen battles 'world's worst' cholera outbreak
Bulgaria to pressure EU over food quality discrepancies
Bulgaria has lent its weight behind complaints levied against the European Union over discrepancies found in the quality of identical food products sold in both east and west European countries.
Trump promises 'big surprise' with healthcare bill
Republican rebels call for substantial changes to 'Trumpcare' as president promises a 'big surprise'
'Best chance' Cyprus settlement talks resume in Switzerland
The UN mediator struck a positive note as Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot leaders met in Crans-Montana.
Barcelona's tourist troubles
Barcelona: a city swamped with tourists.
The Brief from Brussels: NATO chief reveals hike in defence spending
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the top stories from the EU's de-facto political capital
Music returns to Mosul
Musicians are celebrating the departure of ISIL in the way they know best.
How to make festivals luxury
We find different European festivals, and their nearby luxury counterparts.
Mafia suspected in Sicily 'death ambulances' investigation
Sicilian police are investigating claims that ambulance staff deliberately killed sick patients in order to earn kickbacks from funeral
NATO ready to hit back in cyber war, chief tells Euronews
Defence alliance 'strengthening' defences amid latest strike
Faecal bacteria 'in ice in Costa, Starbucks and Caffe Nero'
Three of Britain’s biggest chains of coffee shops were found to have bacteria from faeces in their ice. According to an investigation by BBC’s
Brexit: Theresa May evokes 'implementation period'
During PMQs, Theresa May announced an implementation period could be needed to ensure a smooth Brexit.
Disruption continues as multinationals struggle with global cyber attack
Several large firms suffered ongoing disruption on Wednesday from the latest cyber strike
Why won’t Brussels release report on EU-wide corruption?
Campaigners want to know why Brussels bureaucrats are refusing to release a report on fighting corruption. EU chiefs had promised to report every
Hanging out at Hellfest
Every year thousands of fans of all heavy metal sub-genres gather for three days of “heavy sound therapy” near a quiet French village.
Paddington author Michael Bond dies
Bond, who created the beloved bear with a hard stare, died following a short illness.
Die Mannschaft v Mexico
Germany and Mexico meet in the Confederations Cup
A worm went to space and came back with two heads. Why?
A regenerating worm from Earth has come back from the International Space Station with two heads, a shock finding that may have significant implications for advanced health care for humans.
Football for Friendship forum unites 64 young journalists from around the world
Aspiring young journalists from 64 countries have gathered in St Petersburg to cover the fifth Football for Friendship forum. The International
Syria reportedly pulls back from launching new chemical attack
The US says Syria has "heeded its warning" and has abandoned preparations for a new chemical attack
A rare Picasso sold for £34,885,000 / €39,570,000
A never-before-seen at auction painting by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso sold for £34,885,000 / €39,570,000
Florida wildfire cuts interstate highway
Firefighters in Florida have been struggling to contain wildfires
USA Gymnastics: athlete safety must be priority, review finds
'Culture change' needed at USA Gymnastics, review finds.
Meet the 'Venezuelan Rambo' allegedly behind a coup attempt
Oscar Perez is the alleged perpetrator of an attack on Venezuela’s Supreme Court building and Interior Ministry, but who is the 'Rambo of Venezuela'?
Portuguese artists unite in benefit concert for fire victims
A benefit concert for the victims of the Portuguese wildfires has been held in Lisbon.
Six people face criminal charges over Hillsborough football disaster
Criminal charges may be brought against 23 suspects over the 1989 Hillsborough football stadium disaster in the UK which claimed the lives of 96 fans.
Hamburg discharges Berlin police after drunken party
Officials in the German city of Hamburg sent home as many as 300 police officers from Berlin for allegations of unseemly behaviour including public sex acts and the mishandling of firearms.
Jeremy Corbyn links deadly London blaze to budget cuts
Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has linked the deadly London tower block fire to cuts to local authorities’ budgets. Corbyn, speaking in the House
Portugal remembers forest fire victims
Concert for the victims of Portugal's worst ever forest fire
Battle for Mosul: fight for city's mosque enters endgame
Iraqi forces have seized more ground from ISIL in Mosul. The latest advances come after the US-backed coalition began its final push towards the