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Macedonia and Greece: Clashes in Athens over neighbour's name change
Tens of thousands rally in Athens to oppose ratification of a deal on the Macedonia name issue.
Courchevel: Two killed in fire at French ski resort
A large fire broke out in a building housing seasonal workers in a popular French Alpine resort.
Courchevel fire: Footage shows deadly blaze at French ski resort
Two people were killed and more than 20 injured in the blaze at Courchevel in France.
#10YearChallenge; Turkey puts spotlight on the headscarf
Turkish women who took off their headscarves go social on their decisions under the #10YearChallenge.
Is this the least romantic weekend ever?
Justin Rowlatt's wife suggested a cheeky New Year break. "Surprise me," she said. He did.
'About 170 migrants dead' in Mediterranean shipwrecks
The UNHCR fears about 170 migrants have died in two separate shipwrecks in the Mediterranean.
Pawel Adamowicz: Mourners gather for mayor's funeral
The mayor of Gdansk, Pawel Adamowicz, was fatally stabbed at a charity event last Sunday.
An alpaca walks into a French optician's...
The animal spent half an hour in the shop in the French town of Hennebont before its owner arrived.
Pawel Adamowicz: Poland mourns stabbed Gdansk mayor
Pawel Adamowicz was stabbed to death last Sunday in an attack that has shocked Poland.
Tough times for Amsterdam sex business
The Dutch worry that part of central Amsterdam is now just a sleazy tourist trap.
Spain domestic violence: Trail of death shocks society
A man who allegedly killed his defence lawyer years after murdering his wife ends up killing himself.
Did Johnson talk Turkey during Brexit campaign?
The former Foreign Secretary says he didn't say anything about the country during the referendum.
Nastya Rybka: Russia seizes model who made Trump collusion claim
A Belarusian model deported from Thailand for soliciting is detained in transit at a Moscow airport.
Gilets Jaunes: French 'flash-ball' row over riot-gun injuries
The government faces a wave of anger over police riot guns fired during yellow-vest protests.
Ryanair issues profit warning as fares fall
The airline cuts its forecast, blaming a fall in air fares and over-capacity on short-haul routes.
Germany 'considers ban on Huawei' amid global backlash
Other countries have barred the Chinese firm from their network infrastructure over security concerns.
Climate change: Belgium students skip school to demand action
Thousands of students skip school in Belgium to join a march demanding action on climate change.
New York Knicks star Enes Kanter: Why I can't leave the USA
Enes Kanter explains why he won't be attending his team's NBA game in London.
The widow who asked eight French presidents for the truth
Josette Audin spent decades asking French leaders to admit responsibility for her husband's death in Algeria in 1957.
Hermes: Where the luxury giant is an industry outsider
France's luxury retailer Hermes is trying to become a big player in Switzerland's exclusive watch industry.
Brexit vote: European 'surprise' at scale of defeat
European media react with surprise to the scale of Theresa May's Commons defeat.
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