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Eurogroup to vote on their new chief
Four candidates via for the key job of heading the Eurogroup but Portugal emerges as favourite
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UAE denies claim of Yemen missile attack
Civilians get caught up in fighting between former allies in Yemen's civil war
The gold trader causing headaches in Ankara
A courtroom in New York is hearing testimony from a Turkish-Iranian gold trader, amid claims that top Turkish officials helped Iran get around U.S. sanctions
Families of lost Argentine submarine urge navy not to give up
Families of lost Argentine submarine hold protest march calling on navy not to give up looking for survivors
December 2017 'supermoon': Everything you need to know
Trump to make decision on Jerusalem
Donald Trump is still weighing up whether to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital in a move which could increase Palestinian and Israeli tensions
Patient's 'do not resuscitate' chest tattoo presents ethical dilemma
A patient at a Miami hospital presented a conundrum for medical staff when they found wishes for his end of life care tattooed on his body.
25 years ago: the world’s first text message
It was both simple and easy to read: “Merry Christmas” - not “Xmas”.
Germany: nail-filled package could be extortion-related
German police say a suspicious, nail-filled package, sent to an address in Potsdam, is being investigated in an extortion inquiry.
50 years since the first heart transplant, are artificial hearts the f
Half a century ago today South African surgeon Christiaan Barnard performed the first human-to-human heart transplant
Hundreds join Hong Kong pro-democracy protest
Which of these European tribes do you belong to?
A new study has found European politics is far more diverse and nuanced than it appears.
Argentina celebrates tango
Annual mass tango performance takes place in the Argentine capital.
Judo: Japan scores 12 out of 14 medals in Tokyo Grand Slam
The second and final day of the Tokyo Grand Slam saw Mongolia’s Otgonbaatar Lkhagvasuren become our man of the day.
Czech Republic remembers Battle of Austerlitz
North Korea blames US for ‘nuclear war mania’
Yemen: dozens killed in fierce fighting over weekend
Shock and anger after baby is wrongly declared dead
A hospital told a couple their baby had died. On the way to burial, it was found to be alive. An inquiry has been launched.
Brexit consuming UK government
The 4 board members of the UK Social Mobility Commision have quit saying they can't get anything done while Brexit overshadows everything else in government
Great Santa run returns to Vegas
Hordes of runners dressed in Santa costumes filled the streets of Las Vegas on Saturday (Dec. 2) for the 13th annual Great Santa Run. The holiday
German SPD urged to join coalition by EU leaders
The head of Germany's Social Democrats has said that he has been urged by France's Emmanuel Macron to form a ruling coalition with Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative party
Albania flooded after torrential rainfall
Hundreds of houses have been destroyed, whilst 127,000 households are without power, after floods which have paralysed the country.
Honduras in limbo
NASA fires Voyager 1’s thrusters for first time in 37 years
Scientists were amazed the thrusters worked having been out of action since 1980.
Fishing Boat sinks in South Korea
A fishing boat has collided with a refuelling vessel, killing at least eight people, with two still unaccounted for.
Indonesia: flights resume amid fears of impact on tourist trade
As Mount Agung smoulders, Bali residents fear a negative impact on local industry.
Watch: Italian astronaut Paolo shares a pizza home with ISS crew
Thousands join "March of Shame" against corrupt politicians in Tel Avi
Every night for a year, protesters have gathered to speak out against what they see as government corruption. They are angry about a draft law, which, if passed, could prevent police from disclosing the contents of their investigations into Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
"Don't Forget Me" wows Turin Film Festival
The film, from Israeli director, Ram Nehari, depicts the blossoming relationship between Tom, a girl suffering from anorexia, and Neil, a socially-inept tuba player. It took best film, best actor and best actress.
No breakthrough in Venezuela political talks
Members of the government and opposition failed to reach a deal at talks in the Dominican Republic but they will meet again in two weeks time