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Merkel says she is prepared to call fresh elections
Corruption protests find few echos in Romanian village life
Nebraska commission approves Keystone XL oil pipeline
After nine years in the making, TransCanada’s $8 billion Keystone XL pipeline has been given the green light by the Nebraska Public Service
Impeachment proceedings begin - Mugabe could be out within days
Motion goes before Zimbabwe's parliament for Mugabe impeachment
Paris and Amsterdam snatch London’s lost EU agencies
The race to host the European medicines and banking agencies after Brexit was so tight that the winners were ultimately drawn from a bowl.
102-year-old Holocaust survivor meets the nephew he never knew he had
School for refugee minors on Greek island
Warsaw a winner when it comes to attracting big business
How is the Polish capital establishing itself as a hub in which to live and invest?
Calendar starring shepherds proves an unexpected hit
2018 calendar promoting a worthy cause immediately sells out
The Brief from Brussels : EU ready for no Brexit deal
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of the top stories from across Europe. The EU is preparing for a no deal Brexit scenario, and
Goldman Sachs to switch London for Paris and Frankfurt
Investment bank hopes to open two new European hubs in order to avoid Brexit hurdles.
Amsterdam to host European Medicines Agency
The Dutch city tied with Milan in a vote that was then decided by the drawing of lots, diplomatic sources said.
Take a sneak peek backstage at Victoria's Secret
The annual fashion show hit the runway for the first time in China.
Belarus charges Ukrainian journalist with espionage
Pavlo Sharoyko accused of recruiting network of informants in Belarus for Ukrainian Defence Ministry.
Light aircraft crashes on Florida highway
Pilot and passenger unharmed after light plane suffers engine trouble and lands on road, captured by a Florida police dashcam.
Euro zone's economic expansion 'solid'
Drought hits Portugal's honeybees
There is little of Portugal's agricultural sector that hasn't been affected by the country's ongoing drought - and honey production is no exception.
Heavy snow surprises Magadan in Russia
Amsterdam changes helpers' costumes in attempt to address racism in Sinterklaas tradition
Amsterdam’s official Sinterklaas organization, the SSIA, believe the new “Chimney Piet” will make the Dutch tradition non-discriminatory for minority groups.
Half a day in Papagayo, Costa Rica
Let’s go fishing or enjoy one of the many tropical beaches of Guanacaste Province in Costa Rica. As the weather gets cold in Europe and most prepare
Barnier: UK can have ‘ambitious’ Brexit trade deal - at a price
The chief negotiator’s sweetener comes with a warning that Britain will suffer if it diverges too far from European model.
German president urges political "responsibility" after collapse of coalition talks
President Frank-Walter Steinmeier gave a statement after talks on forming a coalition government in Germany collapsed
Argentina navy can't confirm if calls are from missing sub
A storm on Sunday has complicated efforts to find an Argentine submarine missing in the South Atlantic. The ARA San Juan, has 44 crew members on board and has been missing since Wednesday.
Hungary and Soros' war of words heats up
German stocks edgy but not spooked by political crisis
Families of Bosnia victims head to the Hague for Mladic verdict
The so-called "Butcher of Bosnia" is indicted for genocide, crimes against humanity and other war crimes committed during the Bosnian war.
The revival of ancient Kazakh arts and crafts
The modern and the ancient have come together in the creation of a new centre of excellence in Almaty
How to be a better activist for causes you believe in
Don’t underestimate the power of continued, small actions to change your community.
11 things you didn't know about Charles Manson
Little-known facts about the notorious killer and cult leader who has died aged 83
A global reference tool to fight Alzheimer's