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Etisalat awarded MENA's 'Most Valuable Telecoms Brand' crown at MWC in
Etisalat awarded MENA's 'Most Valuable Telecoms Brand' crown at MWC in Barcelona
Italy’s migrant crisis fuels election campaign
In this special report from Claudio Lavanga for Insiders we explore how the issue of migration is dominating the discussion in the lead up to the elections.
Best of Milan Fashion Week
Fashion, art, creativity and technology, all in one week in Milan.
German greens hail 'death of diesel' after landmark ruling
Analysts expect European legislation to follow in allowing old diesel cars to be prohibited from worst polluted urban areas
Brexit: a three course meal or a packet of crisps?
The UK negotiating position on trade after Brexit remains uncertain. The Trade Secretary wants to leave the customs union, but momentum is building for staying inside.
Israel backtracks in church tax row
It follows a protest by Christian leaders in Jerusalem who closed the Church of the Holy Sepulchre
The designer food halls catering to Italy's poor and deprived
In Italy, around 4 million people live in abject poverty and about 18 million are at risk of poverty or social exclusion.
Slovak PM offers €1m cash reward in appeal over journalist's murder
Slovakia's PM Robert Fico posed next to bundles of cash during a press conference that was broadcast live on Facebook on Tuesday.
Brief from Brussels: EU sounds another Brexit alarm bell
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: EU’s chief Brexit negotiator says “important differences remain” as clock ticks to strike deal; and how
Record snowfall in Croatia
Record snowfall and sub-zero temperatures paralysed parts of Croatia on Tuesday (February 27) causing havoc on highways and prompting authorities to evacuate residents of several villages.
"We can't control a war zone": UN replies to sex abuse claims in Syria
The UN's relief agency has condemned sex exploitation allegations in Syria but says there is no evidence for latest claims
French 'super burglar' stashed several thousand random stolen objects
How did this burglar get his hands on nearly 500 engagement and wedding rings?
Poland's skilled workers attract global businesses
How did Poland, a country that threw off Communism nearly three decades ago, manage to keep growing despite a global financial crisis?
Rescues follow after strikes on Syrian city of Saqba
White Helmets search rubble for bodies of children following strikes on Saqba.
Ice-boating world championships takes place on frozen Wielimie lake
The ice-boating world championships kicked off on Tuesday on the frozen Wielimie Lake, near the Polish city of Szczecinek.
US Supreme Court blocks Trump on DACA
The US Supreme Court has blocked Trump's move to call a halt to DACA, the programme protecting the children of illegal immigrants from deportation. The scheme had been set to come to an end on 5 March.
‘Will they send me back to Africa?’ – child’s fear of Italy’s far-righ
Gabriella Nobile recounted on Facebook the racist abuse her young adopted children suffered in Milan in the run-up to the Italian elections, blaming Matteo Salvini of the ex-Northern League for whipping up hatred. He has invited her for coffee.
Seven retro tech gadgets that have had a modern update
New versions of the Nokia 3310 phone and Super Nintendo games console were both brought back last year—which old-school gadgets can we expect to reappear on the market in 2018?
Italy's election already has a winner ... xenophobia: View
The tenor of the campaign leading up to Italy’s national elections on immigration issues is profoundly alarming, writes Human Rights Watch's Judith Sunderland from Milan.
Models brave Paris chill to protest against leather
Three women shivered in skimpy imitation leather dresses in front of the Eiffel Tower to denounce the use of animal skins in clothes and accessories during Paris Fashion Week
How do you tackle radicalisation in Europe's jails?
Experts gather in Brussels to advise EU on fighting radicalisation in wake of deadly attacks
How can you help the homeless during Europe’s big freeze?
With Europe gripped by freezing temperatures, we spoke to homeless expert Freek Spinnewijn to find out what you can do to help.
Svalbard Global Seed Vault celebrates tenth anniversary
The store contains seeds from more than 60 institutions and almost every country in the world
'Important differences remain' - EU sounds alarm over Brexit
The EU's chief Brexit negotiator says differing opinions remain over transition period, as clock ticks to strike a deal.
Facebook launches European digital hubs
Facebook launches European digital hubs in a bid to boost its community credentials. The centres, based in Poland, Spain and Italy, will be dedicated to teaching digital skills to underrepresented members of the population.
Olympics closing fireworks timelapse
South Korea brought the curtain down on the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang on Sunday (February 25) culminating in a spectacular fireworks display.
Rare snow in the Azores turns Pico mountain white
"Like a snow cone in the middle of the Atlantic ocean"
Turkish president slammed for 'martyrdom' comment to girl, 6
Recep Tayyip Erdogan was comforting a crying child at a political rally when he made the bizarre comments in front of television cameras.
Dramatic car chase in California
Police dog catches carjacker after high-speed pursuit