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UK Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker made a dramatic early morning announcement in Brussels.
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced he would seek re-election in March 2018, a contest opinion polls show he will comfortably win, setting the
Those who have spoken out against sexual harassment and abuse have been named 'Person of the Year' by Time magazine
International French rock star Johnny Hallyday dies at the age of 74
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Russia has been banned from the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. But clean athletes will be allowed to compete under the Olympic flag as individuals
It is a move many in the Middle East feared, but now President Donald Trump appears to have decided to relocate the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel
A UK government report claims the Manchester Arena suicide bombing could have been stopped if MI5 acted upon intelligence received months before the attack.
Romania’s former King Michael has died in Switzerland at the age of 96, the Royal House has said.
The former monarch played a part in ousting a
Spain's Supreme Court withdraws international arrest warrant for Catalan independence leader Carles Puigdemont
Portugal’s finance minister Mario Centeno has been chosen as the Eurogroup’s next president.
The Harvard-educated economist beat off competition
Iran-backed forces say they have killed their former ally.
Spain's highest court has refused bail for four of the key personalities involved in the disputed independence referendum in Catalonia. Campaigning for Catalonia's December snap election begins on Tuesday.
Slobodan Praljak died after taking potassium cyanide, Dutch prosecutors say, citing the results of a preliminary post mortem.
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The suspicious package prompted authorities to clear out a Potsdam Christmas market
Reports in the US media say President Trump is planning to replace his Secretary of State with CIA director Pompeo
The UN tribunal in The Hague suspended proceedings when the ex Croatian general collapsed after hearing his original sentence had been upheld.
Bali's Mount Agung: thousands of residents ordered to evacuate and hundreds of flights cancelled amid fears of a major eruption
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The Grenfell Tower tragedy in London took many lives, Russian riot police detain people during an opposition protest, "Olympics for Seniors" and a mango festival held at a temple in India
Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets Pope Francis at the Vatican, in China a diver performs an underwater dragon dance, in France Rafael
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President Trump gave a wide-ranging 77-minute press conference on Thursday