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Suspected jihadists kill 40 Tuaregs in Mali
Alfie Evans: Thousands of balloons released in tribute to toddler
Arabs fearful amid jump in hate crimes in West Bank, Israel
Venice introduces turnstiles to manage crowds
Venice has introduced a system of turnstiles to prevent crowding in some parts of the city after UNESCO told the city it could lose its status as a world heritage site if it didn't control visitor numbers
Trump prepares for his own meeting with Kim Jong-un
A day after Friday's historic inter-Korean summit, US President Donald Trump said he had spoken with South Korean President Moon Jae-in and preparations for a meeting with North Korea were under way.
Concessions by Armenia's ruling party fail to appease protesters
Erdogan launches his election campaign
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has kicked off his election campaign as a key rival ruled out standing.
Pompeo visits Saudi leaders as part of three-day trip
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in Saudi Arabia to discuss the Iran nuclear deal and his country's role in Syria.
Inter-Korean summit sparks cold noodle frenzy
Kim Jong-un reportedly made a joke about traditional North Korean noodles when he met his South Korean counterpart, sparking a craze in the South for the dish.
Toxic caterpillar outbreak in London
Londoners have been warned about an outbreak of toxic caterpillars that can cause fever, rashes and breathing difficulties.
French railway workers strike again
EU in 'tight spot' as Iran nuclear deal hangs in the balance, expert
EU-Iran relations would probably "reach a new low" if Tehran responded to US violations of the nuclear deal with renewed enrichment, political scientist Cornelius Adebahr tells Euronews.
Russia, Iran and Turkey commit to political solution in Syria
Russia, Iran and Turkey have held talks and agreed that a political solution should be sought in Syria despite Western missile strikes.
French Étienne Terrus museum discovers over half collection is fake
Anteater in prize-winning nature photo 'was stuffed'
A picture of an anteater approaching a glowing termite mound seemed like a worthy winner of a prestigious nature photography prize. Except, now organisers claim the animal was stuffed.
Armenians driving for political change
Russia, Iran and Turkey continue to seek political solution in Syria
Ministers from Russia, Iran and Turkey meet in Moscow and say that a political solution should be sought despite Western missile strikes.
Japan frets about Trump's looming talks with Kim Jong Un
"The Japanese people should be concerned about slight differences of priorities between the United States and Japan," one professor said.
Watch: Dashcam footage shows drunk’s erratic driving before crash
This is what it’s like to be driving when you’re drunk. Warning: some viewers may find this footage upsetting.
Korean talks: is there substance behind the smiles?
Kim and Moon had pledged to work for "complete denuclearisation" of the Korean peninsula and agreed on a common goal of a "nuclear-free" peninsula.
Three more killed in Gaza protest
Israeli troops shot dead three protesters along the Gaza border on Friday, Gaza medics said, hours after the United Nations human rights chief criticised Israel for using "excessive force" against demonstrators.
Legal battle toddler Alfie Evans, one, loses his fight for life