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Pope Francis visited a US military cemetery and the site of a Nazi massacre in Rome
The value of Bitcoin has increased more than tenfold over the past year
The seven-year-old girl was able to avoid all security checks from the train to the plane.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the daily top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Bank of England raises interest rate to 0.5 per cent in the first hike in a decade
British Prime Minister Theresa May has appointed Gavin Williamson as her new defence minister after his predecessor resigned in a sexual harassment scandal.
A senior court source says no European arrest warrant has been issued, yet, for ousted Catalan President Carles Puigdemont.
Jonas Kaufmann and Sonya Yoncheva open the season at Paris' Opéra Bastille with Verdi's 'Don Carlos', in French!
“I know a man who’ll read your verse… The President of France.”
A man attempted to use a pepper spray can to open his beer
Croatian writer wanted to cast spotlight onto countries on refugee route.
Nine members of the former Catalan administration testified on charges of sedition, rebellion and misuse of public funds
Azerbaijan, Turkey and Georgia launch their new Silk Road Rail line linking Europe to China.
The organisers of the 2019 Rugby World Cup have announced the schedule for all 48 matches at the ninth tournament to be held in Asia for the first time
Catalonia crisis: The Spanish state prosecutor has requested an European arrest warrant for ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont after he failed to appear at a court
Palestinians marched from the West Bank to Jerusalem to protest against Britain's Balfour Declaration.
Higher seismic activity "is not normal for Teide because he's a lazy volcano but it's not a reason to panic" says expert
14 refugees have gone on hunger strike in Athens, demanding that authorities respect the legal limit of six months for family reunification.
Pro-independence demonstrators gather in Barcelona to show their support for ousted Catalan leader, Carles Puigdemont and other deposed regional politicians
The iconic Australian landmark Uluru will soon be off limits to climbers, but where else are visitors not allowed to go?
Thousands of Rohingya Muslims fleeing persecution in Myanmar continue to wait along the Bangladesh border for permission from border patrol to allow them entry.
An art stash hoarded by the son of a Nazi art collector has finally gone on public display.
Mexico City marked the Day of the Dead holiday by remembering the 369 people killed in 19th September earthquake.
Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass refutes the "breakthrough" findings, says it was known the pyramid had hollows inside it
The Iraqis, the Kurds and the struggle for oil "rich" Kirkuk
Witnesses have described hearing an argument before shots were fired.
The documents have re-surfaced in the wake of the JFK release
Haitians are paying tribute to their deceased loved ones during Day of Dead celebrations.
The 64-year-old lawyer and former investment banker is currently governor of the US central bank.
Michael Fallon has resigned from his position as British defence minister, following sexual misconduct accusations.