At least six people are believed to have died following a strong earthquake in central Italy, officials told state broadcaster RAI on Wednesday.
Australian Jody Cleaver has been deported from the UK after immigration officials detained her on the grounds she intended to work there.
Donald Trump's questioning of the US commitment to protect NATO allies shouldn't be taken seriously, US Vice President Joe Biden has told Baltic leaders.
Italy says Germany has agreed to take in hundreds of refugees from September.
X-ray have revealed a Frenchman's false teeth were trapped in his vocal cords for six days.
Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England is to be extended to five new areas.
Love, not war, made the Azizi family flee Iran during last summer's chaotic mass migration to Europe.
The leaders of Italy, France and Germany insisted Monday that Britain's shock decision to quit the European Union would not kill the bloc.
Turkey on Monday went back on claims that a child bomber linked to Islamic State (IS) jihadists carried out a deadly suicide bombing close to Syria, saying it had...
A growing spat between Turkey and Austria has led Ankara to withdraw its ambassador in Vienna.
Former French leader Nicolas Sarkozy says he will run for president in the 2017 election.
An MP has proposed putting pigs' heads on Hungary's border fences to deter refugees trying to enter the country.
A suspected Islamist militant has pleaded guilty over the destruction of Timbuktu's cultural heritage at the International Criminal Court.
A team of British scientists are studying 250 people in a bid to diagnose Alzheimer's early so treatment can start before symptoms are obvious.
The German, French and Italian leaders are meeting on an island off Naples to discuss the unity of the European Union in the wake of Brexit.

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