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Two security officers have been suspended in Sweden after footage emerged of them removing a heavily pregnant woman from an underground train in Stockholm and pinning her down on a bench.
An artist has been arrested after painting a dove in red on Gen. Francisco Franco's tomb, an attack that comes as debate rages in Spain over the exhumation of the country's 20th-century dictator
French bookstores have criticised the decision to include his self-published novel on the long-list for this year’s Prix Renaudot because it is only available via Amazon.
An American billionaire and NFL team owner has reportedly offered over a billion euros for the home of the English national side.
With more and more marriages ending in divorce, plenty of couples are eager to figure out the secret to a happily ever after.
A parade was held to mark the date in 1992 that Bosnian Serbs declared independence.
Donald Trump says Wolff's book on his presidency is a work of fiction and couldn't be written if there were tighter libel laws.
A multi-faith memorial service has been held in London, exactly six months after the Grenfell Tower tragedy
Amsterdam’s official Sinterklaas organization, the SSIA, believe the new “Chimney Piet” will make the Dutch tradition non-discriminatory.
Josh Rivers took the helm at a magazine devoted to diversity but his social media posts were riddled with loathing and intolerance.
The exhibits include a photograph of a roaring lion next to an African man with the same expression; a pensive monkey next to another man; elephants and giraffes next to African children among others.
Turkey is reportedly "considering" a US request for official meetings to resolve visa dispute, the two NATO allies' worst crisis in decades.
Arvida Byström says she received abuse online messages after showing off leg hair in an Adidas advert.
The NBA star says the US president should set a better example instead of calling for NFL players to be sacked
A new survey has shone a light on how entrenched people in the UK have become since the Brexit referendum.
The YouGov poll has revealed a trend of
Donald Trump's latest tweet gets him into hot water again
Arconic is reported to have pulled global sales for high-rises of the panels used in the tower block destroyed by fire.
In his first interview since Comey's dismissal, Trump told NBC News the former FBI head was a 'grandstander'.
James Comey was investigating alleged collusion between Russia and Donald Trump's electoral campaign when the president fired him.
Samoylova takes her "Flame is burning" song to Crimea after being banned from the Eurovision.
US President Donald Trump has sacked FBI Director James Comey over what he says is his handling of the probe into Hillary Clinton’s emails last year.
Embattled United Airlines embroiled in another controversy over mysterious death of giant rabbit whose owners are seeking damages
Embattled US airline hits the headlines again after on board death of celebrity rabbit.
Tension is rising in Arkansas as it prepares to put seven prisoners to death over an 11 day period starting from Monday.
It comes down to a political disagreement over the annexed Crimea peninsula, and a disabled singer
White House spokesman Sean Spicer has apologised for what he says are “inexcusable and reprehensible” comments appearing to compare the Syrian regime to that of Adolf…