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Hungarian opposition parties join forces to protest against crackdown
Left and right wing demonstrators take to the streets in Budapest to protest against a fine slapped on main opposition party Jobbik for an alleged breach of political funding rules.
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FIFA Club World Cup final: Real Madrid favourites as key players retur
Brazilian side Gremio are the underdogs going into Saturday night's final in Abu Dhabi, but head coach Renato Gaucho says his side are up to the challenge.
Austrian conservatives reach coalition deal with far right
Austria's rightwing People's Party has made a coalition agreement with the more extreme anti-immigration Freedom Party in what they are describing as a "turquoise-blue" coalition.
Long road ahead for Brexit trade talks
Brussels loves nothing more than endless debates about the future of Europe. Today, there was a very real glimpse of what that near future looks
German teenager who joined ISIL: "stupid idea"
SDP agrees to sit down with Merkel
Germany's Social Democrats agreed to open exploratory talks on forming a government with Chancellor Angela Merkel, party leader Martin Schulz said, providing a chance to end a rare period of political deadlock in Europe's largest economy.
Greek pensioners protest over fears of more cuts
Thousands of pensioners have held a rally in the centre of Athens, protesting over fears of further cuts in their payments
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The events that motivated the holiday took place during turbulent times in Jewish history.
Top UK military official says NATO must protect underwater cables from
Destruction of underwater communications cables could disrupt trillions of dollars of financial transactions and NATO and its allies must do more to protect attacks
Police shoot knife-wielding man at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport
A man carrying a knife was shot and detained by military police on Friday at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport
Young South African Violinists
A violin club in Masiphumelele Township in South Africa's coastal city, Cape Town aims to keep youngsters away from trouble in one of the city's most dangerous neighbourhoods.
Dozens wounded in ongoing Gaza & West Bank clashes
Ongoing clashes between Palestinians and Israeli soldiers left more than 40 people wounded on Friday
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A Filipino traffic policeman dances in a Santa Claus costume as he directs traffic in Manila
Brexit: Institute of Directors wants more clarity over customs union
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State of the Union: Brexit talks move to phase 2
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The king and queen of Europe work on their double act
Macron and Merkel's performances at EU summit present much more than merely a united front.
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Christmas as London Zoo
The Asiatic lions, squirrel monkeys and penguins were among the animal inhabitants at London Zoo to get a feast of seasonal treats on Thursday all
Ryanair offers to recognise pilot unions
The Irish low-cost airline offers to recognise pilot unions for the first time in its 32-year history
EU Summit closes with agreement on Brexit trade talks
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Delays and cancellations expected as Italy air workers strike
Pilots and ground crew from Alitalia and some other airlines planning a day of industrial action on Friday in Italy. Cancellations and delays are expected.
Aid agencies warn of humanitarian crisis of besieged Syrians
Ryanair to recognise pilot unions in historic move to stop strike
The low-cost Irish carrier is to hold talks with pilot unions amid strike threats in several countries ahead of Christmas.
Russia ‘could cut’ internet sea cables in new threat to West – UK defe
Sir Stuart Peach, also a senior NATO figure, says the Russian navy poses a threat that could catastrophically damage the West’s economy and way of life.
Norway becomes the first country to switch off FM signal
Norwegian national broadcaster NRK radio programmes can now only be heard on digital radios after the last FM signal was switched to DAB
Shake-up at Airbus amid talk of turbulence
A champagne Brexit