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Police in England are questioning a 25-year-old man under anti-terror laws after a stabbing spree on Saturday in which three people died and three others were injured.
Police in England investigating reports of "multiple stabbings" at a park in Reading
Britain, Europe's most heavily-impacted country by COVID-19, requires anyone coming in from abroad to self-isolate for 14 days.
Britain's Maritime and Coastguard Agency said that some fo the crew had been onboard for more than 12 months.
Eritrean migrants on a flight last year told Euronews that they were forced to fly back to Asmara even after they changed their minds. The UN says Eritrea is one of the most repressive countries on earth - so why is the EU paying for migrants to return there?
The tiny Marxist-Leninist Party of Germany erected the first statue of Lenin ever on former West German territory.
The US President said on Twitter that his former national security adviser will pay "a really big price" for releasing the book.
President Donald Trump has come under fire for holding an election rally in Oklahoma, a city famous for one of the country's worst racial massacres in 1921
Dirk De fauw is "fine", police said, after he was brought to hospital on Saturday. A man has been arrested on attempted murder charges.
The condition of Alex Zanardi remains "serious". He underwent brain surgery following a crash with a lorry on Friday.
As Hungary's coronavirus-hit economy shrinks and unemployment soars, thousands of Hungarians are seeking to join the army, attracted by job stability and a government scheme that fast-tracks recruits toward a military career.
In Lithuania one woman is on a mission to save as many plants as possible and help people while she does it.