Europe this morning: 25 April 2018

Europe this morning: 25 April 2018
By Sallyann Nicholls
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Join us for live updates on the Denmark murder verdict, Alfie Evans' appeal hearing and the Toronto van attack victims.


Good morning Europe! Here are the stories we are watching this morning:

Denmark murder trial: A verdict is expected later today in the case of Danish inventor Peter Madsen who is accused of killing Swedish journalist Kim Wall.

Macron in the US: More on his stateside visit, including a speech to US Congress and the latest on the future of the Iran nuclear deal.

Anzac Day: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle commemorate the deaths of soldiers in a ceremony in London.

Toronto van attack: The names and details of victims caught-up in Monday's attack are released.

Alfie Evans: The toddler's parents are due to appeal against a High Court decision today which prevents Alfie from being taken to Italy for treatment. The 23-month-old has a degenerative brain condition for which doctors say there is no cure.

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