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Single society: A third of EU homes contain just one person
More Europeans are living alone than ever before.
Florida gets ready for Hurricane Irma
Hurricane Irma is now a dangerous Category 5 storm - the most powerful seen in the Atlantic in over a decade. And it's now barrelling toward the Caribbean and southern United States.
US outlines plans to dismantle DACA immigration scheme
The US administration's announcement that the 'Dreamers' programme will be scrapped has prompted a backlash in Washington.
What does the world most want to learn how to do on Google?
Google has revealed the top 10 most-searched questions across the world
Blue Whale Challenge: Crackdown in India after surge in interest
It comes after Google revealed there had been huge interest in the suicide game.
Batumi: from strategic port to bustling sea resort
Georgia's third largest city has been undergoing a massive urban transformation which has made the city a leading Black Sea resort.
Refugees flock to camps on the Myanmar-Bangladesh border
Refugees fill camps on the Myanmar-Bangladesh border and thousands more shelter where they can find space. A spokeswoman for the UNHCR said the
Shortage of eastern European labour in Britain
Divorce from the EU has not even happened yet but already there's a shortage of eastern Europeans who would normally be relied on for fruit picking
Boko Haram has killed nearly 400 people in five months
Boko Haram has killed nearly 400 people in Nigeria and Cameroon since April
Syrian forces 'make breakthrough' in Deir al-Zor
Syrian forces make a breakthrough in ISIL stronghold Deir al-Zor, where thousands have been trapped since 2014.
The Tar: Azerbaijan's musical heritage
Believed by some to be Azerbaijan's national instrument, the tar has been around for centuries.
Israeli police evict a Palestinian family from a house in Jerusalem. Security forces say they are enforcing a court decision.
William and Kate win damages over topless photos
A French court has awarded €100,000 in damages to Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, ruling that topless pictures of the Duchess taken and published in 2012 constituted an invasion of privacy.
Brazil police raid Olympic Committee president's home
In Brazil, police have raided the home of the head of the country’s Olympic Committee, as part of an international investigation into suspected
Do these graphs show climate change is happening in Europe?
New data reveals how southern European countries have seen several years of consistently drier-than-normal conditions.
Azerbaijan slams report it ran slush fund to promote image abroad
Azerbaijan has blasted claims that its ruling elite ran a secret 2.5 billion-euro slush fund to pay off politicians and promote a positive image of its leadership, amid accusations of human rights abuse and rigged elections.
Camps in Bangladesh fill up with Rohingya refugees
With thousands of Rohingya refugees streaming daily across the swampy border into Bangladesh, one hospital was struggling on Monday to treat dozens
Fires cause closure of roads in Oregon
A fire continued to expand in Hood River, Oregon, in the US on Monday, burning some 4,800 acres. The fire has caused the closure of Interstate 84
ECHR landmark ruling on email use at work
Companies will need to make sure employees are aware in advance of management monitoring of their work email accounts after a landmark privacy ruling by the European Court of Human Rights.
EU officials mull response to egg scandal
EU agriculture ministers discuss egg scandal
MEPs hear NGOs on Brexit rights
The European Parliament hearing came amid a small pro-Remain demonstration
North Korea's 'gift package' to the US
Russia and North Korea say fresh sanctions on Pyongyang would be futile as the UN decides how to respond to its latest nuclear test.
Legal challenge over Australian same-sex marriage vote
Australia's High Court has begun hearing a legal challenge against the government's plan to hold a postal vote on whether to legalise same-sex marriage
Mass burial for Marawi casualties
Emergency workers in Marawi City on the southern Philippine island of Mindanao buried another 28 bodies of civilians and some suspected Islamic rebels on a hillside
Caribbean awaits Hurricane Irma
The Caribbean is on high alert as Hurricane Irma continues to bear down on several islands churning west towards the US mainland. With winds of up
More protests planned over President Trump's plan to scrap DACA scheme
Protests have taken place in Los Angeles and more are expected across the US as young immigrants fight to keep protections President Donald Trump has
US Open latest
Juan Del Potro has staged a stunning comeback to reach the quarter-finals of the US Open.
Woody Harrelson and Thriller make splash in Venice
The latest stars on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival include the main actors in Martin McDonagh’s latest film, including Woody
Berlin's Turkish community frustrated with Ankara's fading EU bid
Some felt stabbed in the back when Social Democrat Martin Schulz said that if he became Germany's next chancellor, he would "fight" to halt Turkey's formal EU accession talks, which started in 2005.
Seoul flexes its military muscle
The South Korean navy has begun manoeuvres in the Sea of Japan which are meant, analysts say, to deter the North from any action at sea.