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Israel to remove metal detectors from holy site
Israel has said it will remove the metal detectors it placed at the entrance to a holy site in Jerusalem’s Old City.
Polish protesters call on Duda to go further over reforms veto
Protests continued in several Polish cities, despite President Duda’s announcement that he would veto two out of three controversial judicial reform bills
Watch: Trump masks used in Italian cashpoint robbery
Two suspected robbers in Italy wore masks of U.S. president Donald Trump as they raided dozens of cash machines, police say. The raids, one of
Fencing: Italian and South Korean teams on top in Leipzig
Italy’s women team emerged victorious in the world fencing championship in Leipzig in Germany. The experienced Alice Volpi and Arianna Errigo were
Trump's son-in-law Kushner denies Russia collusion
Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner has insisted he made no deals with Russia and his actions were proper during last year’s US presidential
Exhibition of 'Ape Art' opens in Florida
An exhibition of 'ape art' has opened in Florida featuring pieces by Michael Jackson's famous chimpanzee Bubbles, and other primates from films like "Planet of the Apes and 'Going Apes.'
EU leaders worried by possible further US sanctions on Russia
European Union leaders say they are ‘following’ the progress of the US Congress, as it discusses further sanctions on Russia.
Palestinian protesters and Israeli security forces clash in West Bank
Palestinian protesters and Israeli security forces clash in the West Bank settlement of Beit El
Japan counts down to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Japan has began the three-year countdown for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The games will be the first the country has hosted since the 1964
Trump son-in-law Kushner denies Russia collusion
Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and a senior White House adviser, detailed four meetings he held last year with Russian officials
The USS Constitution, warship from 1797, returns to water
The USS Constitution, the world’s oldest commissioned warship still afloat, returned to Boston’s waters late on Sunday. Crowds gathered to watch as
European Commission targets antiquities sales to curb terrorism
The EU Commission suggests a new rule to stop trafficking of ‘antiquities’ – cultural artefacts- from both inside and outside the bloc.
'The private Diana' revealed in new Royal documentary
Britain's Prince William and Harry have spoken of their regret over the last conversation they had with their mother Princess Diana before she died.
Duterte vows to continue his drug war in the Philippines
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte vows during his second State of the Nation Address, to continue his government's fight against drug smugglers and ISIS-linked militants in the country's south.
Greece returns to the bond markets
Greece has returned to the bond markets selling debt to private investors for the first time in three years. The sale of around 3 billion euros of
Fresh forest fires hit Portugal
More than 2,300 firefighters are battling to stop flames spreading in central Portugal after a new wave of forest fires broke out. The biggest fire
Switzerland: Five injured in Schaffhausen chainsaw attack
An attack by a man armed with a chainsaw in the Swiss town of Schaffhausen has left five people injured, two seriously, according to police.
Have trunks will swim Sri Lankan navy rescues two elephants
Swimming elephants rescued by Sri Lankan navy...again
Iran's complex identities speak through photography like once through poetry
After the war with Iraq ended, Iranian prisoners returned home. Their families had been totally unaware of their whereabouts during the conflict
Paradise lost: Doñana wetlands going dry
Discover in this 360° video how climate change and human activities threaten the ecosystem of Doñana National Park, in southern Spain.
Polish President Andrzej Duda says he will veto controversial top court reform bill
Polish president caves in to people pressure over controversial Supreme Court bill
Michael Phelps loses race against great white shark
Swimmer Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, yesterday 'raced' a great white shark and lost.
Forest fires hit Portugal again
Some 64 people were killed in June in the deadliest forest fires in Portugal's recent history.
French wine production could hit 'historic low' after April's cold spell
France's 2017 win production could hit a 'historic low' after harvests were hit by a cold snap in Spring.
What does the EU want from Brexit?
While the UK wrangles over the shape of its post-Brexit future, the EU has been developing its own stance to protect its interests in the talks now underway.
UK and US growth forecasts down
Both the US and the UK are to have a slower economic growth than previously predicted according to the International Monetary Fund.
17 Turkish journalists go on trial accused of supporting terrorism
Demostrations take place in Istanbul as the trial of 17 employees of Turkish opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet gets underway.
Taliban claims deadly Kabul bomb blast
A suicide attacker has detonated a car bomb in the Afghan capital, killing at least 35 people and wounding dozens more.
Hemmingway look-alike competition kicks off in Florida
An annual competition for Earnest Hemmingway lookalikes took place in Key West, Florida, on Sunday.
Sri Lankan navy saves two elephants washed out to sea
Two wild elephants were rescued by the Sri Lankan navy after becoming trapped at sea.