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Probe into Portuguese church sex abuse receives nearly 300 claims
A panel that began its inquiry in January has received witness statements from 290 alleged victims, with cases involving children as young as two years old.
Polish commission again accuses Russia over 2010 Smolensk plane crash
The country's President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others died in the crash.
Investigations launched into alleged mistreatment of Russian prisoners
Kyiv and Moscow are investigating a graphic video which has been widely shared on social media but has not been verified.
Trump probably tried to block election result 'corruptly', judge says
The district judge's comments came as a Trump adviser was ordered to release 100 emails to the committee investigating the Capitol insurrection on January 6, 2021.
Spanish prosecutors shelve fraud probes into former king Juan Carlos I
The "King Emiret" could not be convicted due to the statute of limitations, prosecutors said.
Boris Johnson returns police questionnaire into 'partygate' scandal
Police are investigating a dozen social events in Downing Street and government offices during lockdown, spread over several dates in 2020 and 2021.
'Nazi salute' in EU parliament was 'an innocent wave', says MEP
Angel Dzhambazki raised his right hand after speaking in a debate on the rule of law in Poland and Hungary.
Police launch probe into Prince Charles' foundation
UK police have launched an investigation into allegations that donations to Prince Charles' foundation were given to secure honours and citizenship for a Saudi national, Scotland Yard said.
Northern Irish police accused of collusion in murders during Troubles
The Police Service of Northern Ireland has apologised to victims' families after the ombudsman report.
'He took us all for fools': UK PM slammed over 'partygate' report
"The prime minister took us all for fools" and "showed himself unfit for office", said opposition leader Keir Starmer
Pesticide misuse suspected in deaths of two children in Germany
Tests at the children's home showed the presence of phosphine, a highly toxic chemical.
New York attorney-general reveals Trump's company misled banks
Former US President Donald Trump's company allegedly used "fraudulent or misleading" asset valuations to get loans and tax benefits.
Investigation shines light on betrayal of Anne Frank and family
A cold case team has reached what it calls the “most likely scenario” of who betrayed Jewish teenage diarist Anne Frank and her family.
Facebook fails to stop a second FTC antitrust case going ahead
Meta, formerly known as Facebook, was unable to derail a second attempt by the FTC to bring an antitrust case against the company.
German police carry out raids over negligence during deadly floods
The searches were focused on an opencast mine near the western village of Erftstadt.
Polish investigation refutes Belarusian claims about diverted flight
The plane was diverted to Minsk, where Belarusian opposition figure and journalist Roman Protasevich was arrested.
Denmark's PM grilled over move to cull country's mink population
The Danish government initially ordered the animals to be slaughtered despite having no legal right to do so.
Catholic Church in Portugal urges sex abuse victims to come forward
Only a dozen allegations of sexual abuse involving Portuguese priests have been investigated by authorities since 2001 - more than half of those were dropped.
MS Estonia: New expedition confirms official accident report
The sinking of the MS Estonia ferry 27 years ago was one of Europe's deadliest peacetime maritime disasters.
French bishops to weigh damning child abuse revelations in Lourdes
For a week, the 120 members attending the meeting will discuss the findings highlighted in the report published on October 5 and devote almost half of their work to the fight against violence and sexual assaults on minors.
47 tourists hospitalised with food poisoning at popular Red Sea resort
An investigation is underway to determine how so many people contracted food poisoning in an Egyptian resort town.
German prosecutors probe three people over deadly factory explosion
Three employees at the industrial park are suspected of negligent homicide and negligently causing an explosion.
Former aides of Sarkozy on trial for misusing public money
Sarkozy is not targeted in this case but has already been convicted of campaign finance violations and corruption verdicts. He's now appealing.
Norway’s newly-elected PM visits bow-and-arrow killings scene
It was a sombre first full day in office for Norway’s new prime minister Jonas Gahr Støre as he visited the close-knit former mining town of Kongsberg - that’s been torn apart by a bow and arrow attack that left five people dead.
No further action after London police conduct Prince Andrew review
The review was prompted by Virginia Giuffre's civil claim that she was forced to have sexual relations with the Duke of York when she was 17.
Alcohol poisoning kills at least 18 people in central Russia
At least 18 people have died in central Russia after drinking "unmarked alcoholic beverages", authorities said.