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A Mali-based affiliate of al Qaeda claims responsibility for the attacks, according to the Mauritanian news agency Alakhbar.
The threat came after European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker vowed to fight back against Trump’s plans for a 25% tariff on imported steel and 10% on aluminium.
Russia tells EU gas supplies via Ukraine under no immediate threat after Gazprom begins to terminate supply contracts with Ukraine.
Protesters march in honour of killed journalist who investigated corruption.
Hundreds of dogs and their owners take part in a fun run in Manila.
Police make more than 100 arrests following raid on protester camp in Kyiv.
The funeral has been held of Jan Kuciak. The investigative reporter was found shot dead at his home last weekend, along with his girlfriend.
Dozens of fighters killed in a Turkish air strike in Afrin
The man died at the scene after suffering a "self-inflicted gun shot wound" near the fence of the White House's north lawn.
Campaigners say the proposed Bayer-Monsanto EU deal will create a large conglomerate with too much market share
Children and adults in the Netherlands have been using ice skates and modified skateboards to glide over frozen waterways.
Hundreds of partygoers take part in Sydney's famous Mardi Gras.
A day after warnings that Beijing could go to war over Taiwan, the ruling-Communist Party's fourth-ranked leader said China wants to deepen friendship with the island
Security forces moved in to clear a protest camp set up by supporters of opposition leader and former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili
New South Wales' food authority said on its website that the listeria outbreak came from a rockmelon grower in the eastern state.
The Razzie awards, designating the worst in cinema, take place every year just ahead of the Oscars
Video replays set to be used at World Cup after IFAB approval.
As part of a review of relationships with development and humanitarian NGOs, Brussels is considering a register system for aid workers.
Italy gets ready to go to the polls in one of the most contentious elections in years.
Testimonies from three sisters detailed the arduous daily household tasks they carried out for “often modest” pay.
Falling trees claimed at least seven lives in the United States, with children among the dead
The new theory is part of an 'intense rethinking' of lunar formation over the past decade.
In South Korea, one of the leading nations for crypto investing, young adults seeking financial freedom are falling into the craze with volatile results.
On the doorstep of the World Mobile Congress, one charity is arranging job interviews for the homeless.
After being snubbed at the Oscars, Robin Campillo’s activist drama 'BPM' or '120 Beats per Minute' scored the Best Film prize in Paris along with five other awards.
The Syrian Army advances in eastern Ghouta as international calls to respect the UN-agreed ceasefire continue
Europe has warned that punitive US trade tariffs on foreign steel could lead to retaliatory strikes against iconic American businesses.