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Dutch police make second arrest following tip-off about terror threat
Liverpool heave -off Hoffenheim
The last five places for the group stage in this season’s Champions League have been decided after a night of football action. One of the most
Typhoon batters Hong Kong
Typhoon Hato has caused authorities to raise the hurricane threat level to 10 for the first time in five years
Samsung's new Galaxy Note 8 - the electronics giant hopes to extinguish memories of the past
Samsung has unveiled the new version of its giant smartphone - hoping dual rear cameras and its biggest-ever screen will bury its fiery past.
Spain: Father of terror suspect denies son's involvement
The father of the owner of the car used in Cambrils terror attack says he is innocent and only lent vehicle to his brother
"Crown Heights" tells true story of two mens' fight for justice
"Crown Heights" tells true story of the fight for justice by a wrongfully-imprisoned African-American, and his best friend.
Barcelona to conduct full security review
In the wake of the attack on Las Ramblas, Barcelona is to overhaul security.
Polls close in Angola election
Polls have closed in Angola’s era-ending general election, as the man who has ruled the country since independence is standing down as
UK cyclist guilty over pedestrian's death
A cyclist who knocked over and killed a mother of two in east London last year has been cleared of her manslaughter.
Princess Diana's sons speak about losing their mother
Princes William and Harry have given the latest in a series of emotional interviews ahead of the 20th anniversary of Diana's death
Sustainability starts in your wardrobe
An unusual visual campaign raises attention to the negative impacts of fast fashion consumption.
360° tour of the Forbidden City exhibition in Monaco
“The Forbidden City in Monaco, Imperial Court Life in China” at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco celebrates the splendor of the last Chinese imperial dynasty.
Vanilla prices soar in Madagascar
The soaring prices of the commodity has fostered a highly lucrative enviroment leading to the rise of cartels and unscrupulous traders.
Overloaded driver stopped on French motorway
Vehicle was carrying 400kg of luggage strapped to the boot and roof.
Gutierrez & Ballejo take Salon Tango World Cup in Buenos Aires
A Argentine dance partnership beat off all competition to win the 2017 Salon Tango prize in Buenos Aires.
Girl and baby blown-up in ‘appalling increase’ of human bombs in Nigeria
The number of children blown-up has quadrupled so far in 2017.
Could Schulz win? German poll offers Merkel challenger hope
The voter survey indicates that nearly half of Germans are still undecided ahead of the September 24 election
EU nationals living in the UK are threatened with deportation 'by mistake'
The Home Office has apologised after it sent letters threatening EU citizens living in the UK with deportation.
Theresa May denies Brexit U-turn over end of EU court's jurisdiction
The UK government's new position paper says 'direct jurisdiction' of the European Court of Justice will end with Brexit.
Airstrike near San'aa in Yemen kills 35
At least 35 people have died after a Saudi-led coalition airstrike on a hotel near San'aa in Yemen.
Moscow court places Kirill Serebrennikov under house arrest
A Moscow court has placed Kirill Serebrennikov under house arrest.
Wayne Rooney retires from international football
Wayne Rooney has decided to call time on his international career. Following talks with manager Gareth Southgate, he will also end his time as
Deadly mudslide hits Guinea capital
Conraky is mourning at least eight dead after a mudlside ripped through the outskirts of the Guinea capital.
Twitter hashtags are celebrating their tenth birthday
Chances are if you used the # symbol up to a decade ago, you’d have either mistyped or been talking music or numbers. Now it’s so ubiquitous as the
Angola votes as MPLA changes man at the top
Angola is about to get its first change of president since independence, but will Joao Lourenco break the mould of cronyism and over-reliance on oil?
Typhoon Hato rips into Hong Kong
A category 10 Typhoon, the strongest, is smashing into Hong Kong.
Meet the robot priest set to deliver funerals in Japan
Meet Pepper the robot priest.
Mark Wahlberg tops world's highest paid actor list
Wahlberg earned an estimated $68 million from June 2016 - June 2017.
Travellers warned of delays as border staff strike in Portugal
The industrial action is happening at the height of the tourist season.
Wal-Mart and Google team up to take on Amazon
To beat the world's largest online retailer at its own game, it takes an internet giant and a retail giant to team up