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The veteran Kurdish leader's body was flown to his home town from Germany where he died on Tuesday
The new rule allows any employer to stop offering birth control in their insurance plans on moral or religious grounds.
Man of the day Belarussian Dzimitry Minkou took gold in style in the under 66 kilograms category on day one of the Tashkent Grand Prix.
Northern Irish driver enjoys second World Rally victory of 2017 after dominating proceedings
Spain’s Caixabank and Gas Natural quit Catalonia
A local history teacher, who favours remaining part of Spain, gives his views on the difficulties surrounding the independence referendum.
The Lakhta Center in St Petersburg isn't even finished yet, but its creators are already claiming it's bigger than all other skyscrapers in Europe
The Spanish government has stepped up economic pressure on the Catalan government by passing a law making it easier for companies to move their operations around the country dealing a potential blow to the region's finances.
We went to Herend manufactory where generations of craftsmen have been creating luxury porcelain for nearly 200 years.
The world's best handmade shoes are by Hungary's secret luxury shoe maker.
Three-quarters of the honey produced around the world contains nerve agent pesticides that can harm bees and pose a potential health hazard to humans.
India has one of the lowest female labour force participation rates in the world, and this number is declining.
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Arvida Byström says she received abuse online messages after showing off leg hair in an Adidas advert.
In this edition of State of the Union: Following the referendum in Catalonia and the robust police force used by the Spanish authorities, the
Barcelona patisserie selling cakes with pictures of police chief
Spain has apologised for the violent police crackdown following the independence referendum in Catalonia.
The United Nations says it is braced for a further exodus of Muslim Rohingya refugees from Myanmar into Bangladesh.
Embattled Prime Minister Theresa May seeks to emphasise her authority over the Conservatives.
19 dead in Russian train-bus collision near Pakrov
Noa Jansma, a 20-year-old student from Amsterdam, experienced everything from wolf-whistling to being asked for sex
"We are better than our leaders, let's talk."
At least two people died and many more were injured including eight firefighters as hurricane force winds and rain lashed Western Poland.
EasyJet reports record sales amid turmoil in the industry.
Two major news stories have dominated this week – the tragic mass shooting in Las Vegas, and Catalonia’s referendum on independence, deemed illegal
A little-known international campaign group seeking a ban on nuclear weapons has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Based in Geneva, the group describes itself as a coalition of grassroots non-government groups in more than 100 nations.
US President Donald Trump is expected to abandon the Iran nuclear deal.
The nuclear deal was implemented between Iran and the P5+1 group of world
Honoring Mahatma Gandhi, the father of modern India, and dealing with Narendra Modi, the country’s current Prime Minister.
At their 14th summit in
The Catalan regional police chief and leaders of two separatist groups have appeared in court in Madrid
International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons given prestigious award.