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What You Need to Know About Modi's Visit to the U.K.
The Indian prime minister will have lunch with the queen and address parliament.
Facebook's European Head Faces Investigation Over Hate Speech Claims
Hate speech is punishable by three years in prison under German law
Germany's Refugees Could Cost $22.5 Billion: Think Tank
The group has more than doubled its original forecast.
Romania's Prime Minister Appears in Court Days After Shock Resignation
Victor Ponta is facing charges of money laundering and tax evasion.
Coldplay's New Album Will Feature Beyonce and Noel Gallagher
'A Head Full of Dreams' will be the band's seventh, and possibly, final album.
Germany and Austria Publish Guidebook for Refugees
'Germany: First Information for Refugees' offers practical advice on local custom for new arrivals to the country
Video: John Lewis Christmas Advert Kicks Off Festive Season
The advert will raise money for an age awareness charity
Pablo Neruda Might Have Been Murdered By Pinochet Regime
The famous Chilean poet was previously said to have died of natural causes.
Dying Star Wars Fan Sees New Film Before Release
J. J. Abrams apparently helped to organize the special preview.
Russian Plane Had Bomb in Hold, Say U.K. Investigators
The U.K. government says it has received new intelligence about the tragedy.
More Flights Cancelled As Fear Sets In Over Downed Russian Plane
Flights from the U.K., Germany and France will not land in Sharm el-Sheikh
Anti-Austerity Strikes Compound Refugee Crisis In Greece
All Greek ferries remain stationary in ports as strike action continues
'Significant Possibility' ISIS Downed Plane: U.K. Foreign Secretary
Philip Hammond says that having examined the whole picture, ISIS's claims of responsibility are credible
New Turkish Constitution To Be Priority: Erdogan
The president warned opponents against resisting his proposals to rewrite the country's constitution
Further Protests in Romania After PM's Shock Resignation
Around 30,000 people took to the streets of Bucharest on the day Ponta quit
Europe Has Only Relocated 116 Refugees Out Of 160,000
The EU agreed to relocate those in "clear need of international protection" in September
What Really Brought Down The Romanian Government?
A fatal blaze in a nightclub triggered the resignation of Prime Minister Ponta and his entire government this morning
Hundreds Expected to Protest Egyptian President's First U.K. Visit
The president is accused of presiding over a dictatorship and killing thousands
Volkswagen Crisis Deepens as Company Admits Cars May Have False CO2 Emissions
Shares in the car manufacturer have fallen by 10 percent this morning
Afghan Woman Stoned To Death in Ghor Province
The killing of the 19-year-old woman is reported to have taken place last week
Online Activity to Be Stored for a Year Under U.K. Surveillance Bill
The measure will be accompanied by strict safeguards, according to the government
Merkel Warns of Conflict in Balkans If Germany Closes Borders
The German chancellor warned of a domino effect if Germany closes its border with Austria.
Russian Warplanes Bomb ISIS Near Ancient City Of Palmyra
Russia's defence ministry says ISIS fortifications and artillery were destroyed in airstrikes
South African Prosecutors: Pistorius Should Have Been Found Guilty Of Murder
The paralympian could face many more years in prison if prosecutors succeed in their appeal
Reports Suggest David Cameron Will Scrap Syria Airstrikes Vote
Major newspapers quote Whitehall sources claiming Prime Minister does not have sufficient support for vote