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Kylian Mbappé, the ace in France's pack
He's only 19 year old but Kylian Mbappé could be France's best player and one who could help it win the World Cup..
How to produce a bigger biodiversity of corn crops?
Why do England fans sing 'It’s Coming Home' — and are they right?
"Three Lions" - a 1996 song by two British comedians is top of the iTunes chart in the UK, and inspiring millions of English football fans dreaming of World Cup glory.
Putin's popularity dips despite World Cup joy
The proportion of Russians who said they would vote for Putin fell by eight percentage points within a week.
Eighth boy 'rescued' from flooded Thai cave system
Photographer Spencer Tunick undresses Melbourne
Up to 400 people stripped naked then draped themselves in see-through red fabric in a Melbourne city car park on Monday to pose for U.S. photographer Spencer Tunick.
Number of illegal migrants in EU down, increase in those kicked out
Latest EU figures show the number of non-EU citizens refused entry to EU jumped by 13% last year.
New Brexit minister named after David Davis resigned
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Nissan admits faking exhaust emissions data in Japan
Syria rebels to hand over heavy weapons in return for safe passage out
Syrian government forces retake strategic border crossing as opposition surrender southwestern Daraa province
Eighth person carried out of Thai cave
Reuters reports that an eighth person has been carried out on a stretcher from the Tham Luang cave in Thailand.
Psychologist calls for rescued Thai boys to be given to time to readapt
Could Brexit be called off? 'Who knows' says EU chief
Energy security in spotlight at EU-Ukraine summit
Ukraine's President says North Stream 2 gas pipeline aims to 'weaken' his country
Mechelen's migrant welcome
Euronews travels to Mechelen, in Flanders, to look at how the city's been successful in integrating its migrant population
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A widow and father grieve after Israeli shell kills farmer in field
The life and death of a Palestinian parsley farmer illustrates why so many in Gaza risk their lives to protest Israel's blockade.
Teen arrested after posting videos of herself dancing on Instagram
Iranian teenager Maedeh Hojabri was arrested after posting videos to Instagram of herself dancing.
Eritrea Ethiopia set to re-establish diplomatic and trade ties
After long years of hostility, Eritrea and Ethiopia are set to re-establish diplomatic and trade ties.
Writer attacked by mob who mistook her van for mythical 'black ambulance'
A popular legend holds that black ambulances cruise the streets looking for children to murder in order to sell their organs to wealthy buyers in western Europe.
Smart technology sees through walls to track and identify people
"RF-Pose" isn't X-ray vision, but it's getting there.
Over 100 killed in Japan's floods, dozens missing
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe cancelled an overseas trip to deal with Japan's worst flood disaster for 35 years.
Thailand cave rescue set to resume for 9 still trapped
An operation to rescue 9 people still trapped in a cave in northern Thailand was set to resume, a day after four people were rescued.
Blow for Theresa May as UK Brexit negotiator David Davis quits
British Secretary David Davis resigns from the UK government over PM's plans for a "soft" Brexit deal.