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Four months after the collapse that cost 43 lives and disrupted an entire region's cross-border transport, Italian engineers prepare to destroy and rebuild.
U.S. President Donald Trump tells reporters any statement he could give to the Russian election interference inquiry could be turned against him
The leader of France’s far-right National Rally (Rassemblement national) party has slammed court judges after they ordered that it could not receive €2m in public funding.
The social media boss will be questioned by the heads of the political groups in the European Parliament in a session that will be livestreamed to the public.
Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has denied any wrongdoing and called the allegations politically motivated.
President Macri has insisted that there will be a full investigation into the circumstances surrounding the missing navy submarine, ARA San Juan.
The investigation that began after the wave of attacks in Paris on November 13, 2015 is progressing slowly.
Investigators have only managed to narrow down the plane's possible location to a 25,000-square kilometer patch of ocean.
A teenager is in custody on suspicion of terrorism and a suburban house has been raided by police after Friday's bombing on a London commuter train.
Inquiry opens into Grenfell Tower fire, three months after flames engulfed the block, killing at least 80 people.
Information has emerged that a Belgian policeman gave a tip to Catalan police in 2016 about the alleged mastermind of the Barcelona attacks who was killed in a blast that destroyed a house in Alcanar.
The US State Department says it has expelled two Cuban diplomats from Washington following a series of unexplained
incidents at the US embassy in
Police say the incidents appear to be linked
In a Senate hearing, Donald Trump’s pick for FBI Director says he would refuse to pledge loyalty to the president.
Eleven buildings across England identified as having flammable cladding
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U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions slammed as 'an appalling and detestable lie' any suggestion he took part in or knew of any collusion between Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign and Russia.
A killing spree at London Bridge could have been even worse if attackers had succeeded in hiring a bigger vehicle, it’s been claimed.
President Donald Trump survived one of the biggest threats to his presidency when Thursday's hugely-awaited congressional testimony by the FBI chief he fired did not yield any explosive new disclosures about his campaign's alleged ties with Russia.
Former FBI Director James Comey told a Congressional hearing on Thursday that he believes he was fired by President Donald Trump because of his probe
Comey said Trump told him: 'I need loyalty. I expect loyalty'
Youssef Zaghba, a 22-year-old Moroccan Italian, was on Tuesday identified as the third London Bridge attacker.
Like the other two Islamist
The third Islamist militant who carried out an attack on Saturday in London that killed seven people was a Moroccan-Italian called Youssef Zaghba, an
A corruption inquiry has opened in France into a minister in the new government of Emmanuel Macron, Richard Ferrand, a Socialist from Britanny.
Britain’s MI5 intelligence agency has launched two urgent inquiries into claims it failed to heed repeated warnings about Manchester suicide bomber
Fresh arrests and new locations searched as Manchester police hunt down suicide bomber's network.