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It means Italy are in danger of failing to qualify for the first time since 1958
As the Paradise Papers scandal unfolds, the Prime Minister of Luxembourg wants "regulation that obliges everyone to pay taxes".
More than 2 million children in the war-torn country are malnourished, and almost 400,000 of them are so skeletal they require treatment to stay alive.
The man who originally wrote article 50 has accused the British government of misleading the public as to what it really means for the country
Ireland are without two midfielders who will be needed to stop Danish playmaker Christian Eriksen.
Secretary General Antonio Gutteres joins voices calling for calm as crisis deepens since al-Hariri resignation.
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French police have arrested a man who drove his car into pedestrians in Blagnac, near Toulouse; three people injured.
Fiji, the first small island state to preside the talks, is on the frontline of climate change
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said he has serious concerns over escalating tensions between Saudi Arabia and Lebanon
Trump is widely known to opt for hamburgers, well-done steak and meatloaf - all with a side of ketchup - over more exotic cuisines.
The Spanish championship leader is 21 points clear at the top of table and will have to finish inside the top 12 to secure victory.
In this edition of State of the Union: the UK faces fresh EU pressure over its Brexit divorce bill, as the clock ticks towards possible launch of
The US comedy star has admitted masturbating in front of female colleagues and expressed remorse for his actions.
The UN says at least 1,200 children suffer from malnutrition in rebel-held eastern Ghouta, under siege by government forces since 2013.
The Philippine's president is no stranger to controversy and already as a provincial governor boasted of executing criminals.
Freedom comes at a cost for ousted Catalan Parliament Speaker, Carme Forcadell.
Honouring the world cup's first-ever black and white design "Telstar 18" has interactive chip putting the ball in your phone.
Russian cyber meddling 'actively distracted attention' away from critical online media about Donald Trump, AP finds.
Site commemorates start of hostilities and key objective that cost tens of thousands of lives.
Christoph Rossner hopes to use the bunker's unique facilities to conduct research into cannabis' medical applications.
India's capital now suffering annual "smog-outs" as construction and car boom adds dust to fumes and smoke.
With Lebanon drawn into the conflict between Iran and Saudi Arabia, here is a look at some of the regional issues which have fed the crisis.
A relative said they were "salt of the earth" people and put the shocking turn of events down to them unknowingly drinking "trippy tea" bought in India.
Accused of rebellion, Carme Forcadell posted 150,000 euros bail to secure her freedom.
EU tells Britain to be clearer on its financial obligations as latest round of talks finishes in Brussels
Vineyards in Italy, France and Spain have been affected badly by drought and poor weather.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) upheld a ruling that Uber's drivers be given the right to paid holidays and the national minimum wage
The only way to protect the liberal world order is for powers, beginning with the EU, to step into the breach, writes Guy Verhofstadt
Fighting broke out as left-wing activists against Donald Trump clashed with police at US embassy in Manilla