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'Uber-ising medicine': Health chiefs slam sick note website in France
A newly launched online service in France provides valid sick notes after a video consultation. Health chiefs are not happy.
Tens of thousands march in Paris against Macron's pension reforms
452,000 protesters hit the streets in France on Thursday as a transport strike entered its sixth week, according to Ministry of the Interior.
Ask Our Astronaut | What's next in space exploration?
Our space correspondent Luca Parmitano answers a question on space exploration and whether we should focus more on the Moon or Mars.
Harry and Meghan's wax figures removed from Madame Tussauds' royal exhibit
The move comes less than 24 hours after the couple announced that they will be taking a "step back" from their senior roles in the royal family.
Mix-up sees soap opera subtitles appear as Austria government sworn in
Public broadcaster left red-faced after captions mistake.
Trump would support witnesses testifying in Senate trial if Bidens were called
Trump told reporters he'd also want to hear testimony from House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and the anonymous whistleblower.
UK parliament passes Brexit bill after years of deadlock
Britain's House of Commons has voted 330-231 to pass the Brexit bill — finally paving way for the UK's January 31 departure from the European Union after years of political deadlock.
Iran denies that it brought down Ukrainian plane with a missile
Iranian cabinet spokesman Ali Rabiei said that such allegations “rub salt on a painful wound” for the families of the victims.
Ukrainian jet that crashed, killing 176, appears to have been shot by Iranian missiles, sources say
The evidence comes from spy satellites, sources said.
How can Prince Harry and Meghan Markle be 'financially independent'?
What do the Duke and Duchess of Sussex receive from taxpayer funds? Who pays for their security? And where does their money come from?
Does money buy happiness? Billionaire giving $9M to Twitter followers to find out
Yusaku Maezawa will give 1 million yen to 1,000 followers, amounting to about $9,000 per person.
Oriol Junqueras is Europe and it has spoken with a loud voice: Spain must respect democracy ǀ View
More than two years ago, Oriol Junqueras was the legal, legitimate and elected vice president of Catalonia, contributing decisively to calling a referendum of self-determination. Now, he could also be remembered as a key shaper of Europe.
Appeals court frees up Pentagon money for Trump's border wall
President Donald Trump celebrated the ruling on Twitter Thursday morning.
Does Brexit mean the end of Erasmus for British students?
Britain's government has said it will continue the scheme post-2020 'if it is in our interests'
Angry students protest over violent campus attack in India
It comes amid simmering anger over India's new citizenship law, which has resulted in violent protests and deadly clashes around the country.
Uber’s new flying car is here, but is it all it’s cracked up to be?
It might seem futuristic but it's true. The multinational taxi service is set to launch 100% electric flying cars.
Middle East crisis: EU's delicate balancing act between Washington and Tehran
In the past week, the EU has struggled to find a voice on foreign policy amid rising tensions in the Middle East. Thursday, the new EU Council President on a visit to Croatia - dismissed those claims, insisting he would be play a more important role.
Regardless of who is president in 2020, climate change will be at the bottom of the US agenda ǀ View
A second term for President Trump will entrench the “energy dominance” agenda. A new Democratic administration will likely bring a tour de force of federal executive action on climate policy through US domestic, foreign and trade policy.
Donald Trump statue in Slovenia burned down
It was only put up in 2019. Six months later, it's been torched.
Viktor Orbán threatens new Europe grouping to rival 'weaker' EPP
Viktor Orbán praised Donald Trump and Boris Johnson praising their response to Iran compared to the EU which had been “not clear” on the issue.
Lebanon bans ex-Nissan boss Ghosn from traveling: judicial sources
Ghosn will be required to keep authorities informed of his place of residence, the judicial sources said.
The 2020 calendar squeeze is about to get real
First Read is your briefing from "Meet the Press" and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.
Top House Democrat: 'Time to send' articles of impeachment to Senate
"I think it is time to send the impeachment to the Senate and let Mitch McConnell be responsible for the fairness of the trial," Smith said.
U.S.-Iran crisis stops aid deliveries to thousands of vulnerable Iraqis
Oxfam warns that if the heightened security concerns continue, some 100,000 vulnerable people could be affected.
This Israeli town knows conflict with Iran-backed militants, and hopes more is not to come
"We know the threat exists, it's in the air, it did not go away," said one resident. "But as human beings you cannot be hysterical all the time."
Prince Harry and Meghan's shock announcement caps feud with British media
After months of negative coverage and a lawsuit against a paper, the couple says they will no longer participate in the established system of media access.
Huge crowds join Black Nazarene procession in the Philippines
A massive crowd of mostly barefoot Filipino Catholics joined an annual procession of a centuries-old statue of Jesus Christ on Thursday.
Man dies in Germany four years after co-worker poisoned his lunch
A 57-year-old man had peppered co-workers' food with mercury and other substances over several years, leaving one in a coma and two others with serious kidney damage.
Michel Barnier: Full UK-EU trade deal in 2020 is 'unrealistic'
It's again raised fears about the possibility of a no-deal Brexit.