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Two heads and a cervical spine: US probe reveals ease of buying human body parts
The startling ease with which body parts are bought and sold in the US.
Apologising for a past wrong
A German woman has writen apologising to a man who lost his home to the Nazis
Kenya Votes 2017: Have a look at the electoral system
Among the requirements to be a candidate includes having a post-secondary school qualification and having no conviction of an election offence during the preceding five years.
Prostitution network discovered at Berlin refugee centre
Security guards at one Berlin refugee centre pimp out their wards for cash.
The Brief from Brussels: Sexual harassment under spotlight at the EP
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round of the top stories from the EU’s political capital. In this episode: MEPs face sexual harassment
Beer today… truck smash leaves 30,000 bottles strewn across road
The lorry spilled 1,500 cases of beer across a German road.
EP 'digitally signs' EU law
The first electronic signing of an EU legislative act took place on Wednesday in the European Parliament in Strasbourg. EP President Antonio Tajani
EU to beef up border security
EU is to implement fingerprint checks on non-EU visiters
Brexit date fight
Officials in the UK say the country's parliament will vote on the final deal with the European Union before the country has left the bloc.
Body of humpback whale found on beach in Rio
The body of a Humpback whale that was saved over the weekend has turns up dead on a beach in Rio de Janeiro
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Exclusive: Everyone must benefit from digital economy declares EU Commissioner Gabriel
The EU's Bulgarian Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society explains her role in Europe's digital future.
Romania set to take delivery of new missile defence system
The 3.9 billion euro deal is one of the country’s most expensive military acquisitions.
Brexit boss refers to Czechoslovakia in boast about European intelligence
David Davis made the mistake as he told MPs he and his team had a good knowledge of what European countries want from Brexit.
Medina wins Rip Curl Pro Portugal
Brazilian, Gabriel Medina wins the 2017 MEO Rip Curl Pro Portugal leaving the world title race to be decided in Hawaii
Rock and roll legend Fats Domino dies at 89 - local reports from New Orleans
Iconic New Orleans singer Fats Domino was one of the world's most influential musicians
MEP says women are being 'molested and harassed' in EU institutions
Time to stand up to perpetrators, says female MEP, as #metoo spreads to the European Parliament
A crucial few days for Catalonia
Reports now claim leader Carles Puigdemont is not going to Madrid for last-ditch talks
Millions donated for the Rohingya
Delegates have gathered at a funding conference at the UN in Geneva. A total of 344.7 million dollars has been pledged.
PSG boss questioned over bribery claims by Swiss prosecutors
Paris Saint Germain chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi was interrogated for hours by Swiss prosectors investigating the sale of World Cup media rights
Man flies over South Africa using balloons and a camping chair
Like a scene from the animated Pixar film 'Up'.
Baku Jazz Festival kicks off in Azerbaijan
The Azerbaijani capital hosted its 12th annual Jazz festival with concerts, exhibitions and workshops springing up across the city.
'Get out of bed with Monsanto': activists demand glyphosate ban
More than a million people have signed an EU petition demanding a full ban of the weed killer, amid concerns it may cause cancer.
IKEA to pull 'sexist' advert in China following backlash
The Swedish furniture giant said it was thankful for the "candid feedback"
Trade tensions ahead for EU-China ties
China’s president Xi Jinping has started a second five year term. It comes after the ruling Communist Party’s congress. Trade tensions with the
US private equity group Cerberus shows interest in troubled airline, Alitalia
US private equity group Cerberus Capital Management has approached Alitalia with a proposal that could allow the carrier to remain independent
Thais pay their final respects to King Bhumibol
Some 250,000 mourners are set to attend King Bhumibol's cremation on Thursday in Bangkok. Many have pitched tents to secure a spot.
Colombian officials double estimate of FARC holdouts resisting disarmament
Some 800 FARC fighters remain fully-armed and with illegal mining and cocaine production to support them, pose a threat to the peace deal, while criminals occupy areas vacated by former rebels.
Vote on glyphosate ban delayed
EU countries have failed on to vote on a licence extension for the weedkiller glyphosate
Kenya Supreme Court shambles clears way for presidential poll
Kenya's presidential election will take place after not enough Supreme Court judges turned up to hear an eleventh-hour petition to delay the poll
Irish PM vows to improve French before Ireland 'officially' joins Francophonie
Varadkar earned a "bravo" from Macron for speaking in French