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Print vs. Online: Even Britain's Daily Mail Has Issues With Its Website
While many people think the two are the same, the Daily Mail and the Mail Online are separate publications.
Ancient Egyptian Writing: New Symbols Reveal Development Of Hieroglyphics
The elegant pictorial writing system of the ancient Egyptians has fascinated generations of archaeologists.
'Don't Give Up:' Joe Biden Urges LGBT Community to Fight Back Against Republicans
'Hold President Trump accountable for his pledge to be your friend,' Biden said.
Are There No-Go Zones in Sweden? Police Identify Dozens of 'Vulnerable Areas' Rife With Criminality
The concept of 'no-go zones' in Scandinavian countries has become popular with members of the American alt-right movement.
Islam in Europe: German Preacher Backs Controversial Language Lessons for Imams as Debate Over Integration Rages
His comments follow fierce debate about the place of Islam in German life.
For the Queen's Speech to British Parliament Elizabeth II Isn't Wearing Her Crown—But It Gets Its Own Car
Usually the queen wears her full robes and jewels to address lawmakers, but this year the important speech will be more stripped down.
World Refugee Day: Child Education Suffers As Millions of Children Unable to Go to School
While Western countries often condemn human rights violations and pay "lip service" to rights, there's a lack of concrete action to bring perpetrators of human rights violations or war crimes.
Sex in Advertising: Why Berlin Wants to Ban Billboards With 'Weak, Hysterical, Dumb' Women
The French capital Paris introduced a similar measure earlier this year.
Brexit Deal Or No Deal? Britain-EU Talks Begin As U.K. Vows 'Constructive' Approach
Under EU rules, Britain's departure date from the union is set for spring 2019.
France's Emmanuel Macron Faces Challenging Reform Agenda After Winning Parliamentary Landslide
Macron won the presidency in May on pledges to overhaul France's economy and labor market and clean up public life.
Who Is Helmut Kohl? German Political Giant Dead at 87
Kohl was instrumental in the reunification of his country and in the development of the euro single currency.
Emmanuel Macron Rivals Trump's 'America First' With Plan To Make Europe Great Again
The liberal French president has some protectionist ideas that Donald Trump would approve of.
Prince Andrew Makes Rare Royal Intervention In British Politics By Entering Brexit Debate
Andrew, who holds the title of Duke of York, said that Brexit carries both negatives and positives for British business.
Porn Is the Key to Making Pandas Breed, Expert Tells Berlin Zoo
As Berlin zoo prepares to welcome two new arrivals from Beijing, a breeding expert has given his advice on encouraging the mating process.
Spelling Error Led Police To Fear Extremist Attack On German Music Festival
Rock am Ring festival was evacuated in June over fears of a terrorist plot.
Fox News Is Dropping 'Fair And Balanced' Slogan
A new motto will take its place in promotional materials: 'Most watched. Most trusted.'
Why Britain Still Doesn't Have a New Government Confirmed
As negotiations between the ruling Conservative Party and a small Northern Irish party remain unresolved, a meeting with another party from the province is set to add further confusion.
With Emmanuel Macron Set for a Huge Majority, French Politics Has Gone Crazy
Growing a broad power base so swiftly is not without its complications for France's new liberal president.
Londoners React With Horror As 'Unprecedented' Blaze Burns Tower Block 'To Its Very Core'
London Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton described the blaze in a statement as an 'unprecedented incident.'
Europe's Far-Right Aims for Germany and Austria After France Rejects Nationalism
The collapse of Marine Le Pen in France represents the second major defeat for a far-right party in Europe of 2017.
Jeff Sessions 'to Deny Third Meeting With Russian Ambassador' in Senate Hearing
According to sources, Sessions will also dispute the account Comey gave under oath of a conversation between the two men.
Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad Relative Lives in German Refugee Camp
German media said the woman had sought asylum and had been attacked by other refugees.
Will the U.K. Leave the European Union? How the U.K. General Election Will Affect Brexit Talks
Once negotiations begin, Theresa May's slender majority will bring new challenges.
Who Is Running Britain After Its Shock Election Leaves a Hung Parliament?
No party gained an outright majority so there will need to be a deal before the prime minister is confirmed.
Who Is Jeremy Corbyn, the 'British Bernie Sanders' Who Shocked the Media With His Election Result?
Corbyn was seen as old-fashioned and too extreme, but after a shock election result, Britain, and the world, won't be able to ignore his message.