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Many mental health advocates use the term "died by suicide," because it removes culpability from the person who has lost their life.
Suit claims the attorneys tried to arrange for her to appear on Sean Hannity's show and deny affair.
After weeks of negotiation the Italian Government is ready to get to work. But who are the key players?
The new Italian government led by Giuseppe Conte has been confirmed by the country's parliament
"BEST NEWS EVER!!!!" tweeted Kardashian West, who had lobbied for clemency for the grandmother, who is in her 60's.
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Grenell pays first visit to German Foreign Ministry
As Austria prepares to take on the EU presidency, the country's entire cabinet visited the European Commission to outline their vision: migration control, security, Brexit and budget cuts.
Tax rises add unbearable pressure on people already feeling the pinch, and a change of prime minister has done nothing to calm nationwide street protests.
Scientists are testing new biometric technology which they believe will dramatically improve the lives of people with autism
German astronaut Alexander Gerst will take command of the International Space Station in October
The European Commission is to strike back at the US' 'illegal' imposition of tariffs on European steel and aluminium by imposing €2.8 billion in duties on US products.
What's NASA got up its sleeve?
The 2018 World Press Cartoon event has been held in Portugal and for the first time a woman has won the coveted Grand Prix award
The country also has to deal with a massive and costly influx of refugees from Syria & Iraq, for which it feels it does not get enough recognition or support.
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The EU’s anti-fraud unit (OLAF) has made recommendations to claw back almost 3 billion EUR from
No reported injuries at five-star hotel fire in London
Prime Minister unable to say when strategy paper will be published
At the first ever meeting in their new Brussels HQ, NATO will lay out plans to reinforce defences on Europe's eastern flank in the Baltics. The moves are seen as preparations for any eventual Russian attack.
An EU-backed 'capacity building' project has helped promote regional know-how from southern Italy and encouraged local firms to work together
An EU-backed project has seen the stunning landscape of Matera in southern Italy inspire a furniture collection, put together by local craftsmen
President Vladimir Putin will hope to keep world's attention on football
Recognition removes major stumbling block to better relations between East African neighbours.
The troubled Ballet won in the best male dancer, best composer and best choreographer categories. The original choreographer, Kirill Serebrennikov won a gong for best production design but he was not at the event, as he faces charges of corruption
Benjamin Netanyahu and Theresa May have met in London to discuss Iran and Gaza but with little agreement.
Billionaire Andrej Babiš has been appointed as Czech PM despite large protests about his former Communist links
After a fire broke out 10 kilometers from the Chernobyl power plant Tuesday, extinguishing efforts are still underway.
Uber says it will launch bike-sharing services throughout Europe by the end of the summer.
Sweden has called up all of its army volunteers for the first time in more than four decades in a bid to bolster its military strength.
The EU's anti-fraud agency OLAF have been busy. 2017 saw 197 investigations leading to 309 recommendations to recover of €3 billion for the EU budget. Three countries - Romania, Poland and particularly Hungary seemed to be the focus of the most intense scrutiny.