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Macron aide Benalla: French police quizzed over assault video
Officers are suspected of leaking footage in a bid to help a presidential aide accused of assault.
Pablo Casado: Spain's conservative Popular Party elects new leader
Pablo Casado replaces ex-PM Mariano Rajoy who was ousted in a no-confidence vote last month.
Giant moon artwork goes missing in post on way to Austria
Created by artist Luke Jerram, the giant orb artwork was on its way to a festival.
Ukraine crisis: US to give Kiev $200m in defence support
Ukraine has been fighting Russian-backed separatists in the east of the country since 2014.
Polish judges law: MPs back further changes amid row
The changes supported by MPs make it easier to replace a defiant head of the Supreme Court.
Russia fears leak of hypersonic missile secrets to West
Staff at a space site are suspected of leaking data on the new generation of weapons to the West.
German bus knife attack leaves several wounded
Police say there is no indication the attacker in the city of Lübeck was politically radicalised.
Michel Barnier questions Theresa May's Brexit White Paper
EU's negotiator says UK plan for a future trade relationship runs risk of weakening single market.
Italy's Salvini sues anti-mafia writer for 'underworld' jibe
Interior Minister Matteo Salvini says he will "not allow anyone to say I help the mafia".
Novichok victim leaves UK hospital
Novichok victim Charlie Rowley has been discharged from hospital after being poisoned on 30 June.
Whale killing: DNA shows Iceland whale was rare hybrid
Genetic material proves that the animal killed off the coast of Iceland was not a blue whale but a rare hybrid.
Arctic wild goose chase threatens chicks as temperatures rise
Migrating geese race to warmer Arctic but are too worn out to lay their eggs early when they get there.
Mirjana Kika Milosevic: Make-up to turn herself invisible
Mirjana Kika Milosevic's had over 56 million YouTube views painting herself in different optical illusions.
Macron's Alexandre Benalla's suspected assault of May Day protesters
Eyewitness account of a man later identified as Alexandre Benalla attacking May Day protesters.
Russia suspects spying over new missiles
Hours after Russia released footage of its military might, it raided its own space research agency.
Why Conservatives are fighting each other
The government is heading towards the summer break, wracked by infighting among Tory MPs.
Russia World Cup: How Pussy Riot managed to burst into final
A jailed Pussy Riot activist describes how he and others got onto the pitch in police uniform.
Maria Butina: Russian gun activist at heart of US Kremlin row
Maria Butina, a Russian pro-gun activist with ties to a Russian banker and former senator, has been held in the USA pending trial on conspiracy charges.
Brexit: What do the EU's 'no deal' preparations say?
The EU has issued a 16-page document outlining the preparations for deal or no deal.
Brexit: The people who are negotiating
Profiles of eight people who will work out the detail of the exit deal.
'Stupid statements' - Trump WW3 jibe stuns Montenegro
The US president's remarks on a new Nato member shock people in the Balkan republic.
2018 Riba Stirling shortlist in pictures
Six buildings have been selected for the shortlist of this year's prestigious Riba Stirling award.
Margrethe Vestager - Denmark's EU 'tax lady' taking on corporate giants
Denmark's EU Competition Commissioner, Margrethe Vestager, who is battling multinationals over tax.
The geriatric gamers on a mission
A group of five elderly Swedish gamers has stormed an online battlefield.
EU signs its biggest free trade deal with Japan
The agreement is a challenge to the increasing protectionism employed by US President Donald Trump.
FC Barcelona reports record revenues
The Spanish football giant also says it is on track to achieve revenues of €1bn by 2021.