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Portuguese children sue European countries over climate change

Portuguese children sue 33 countries over climate change including the UK In the latest example of a wave of...

Charlie Hebdo to reprint Prophet Mohammed cartoons as terror trial begins

It's been over five years since the attacks on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and the Jewish supermarket Hypercacher in Paris. The...

Senior French military officer suspected of spying for Russia

The French government is investigating a senior military officer over a “security breach”, the defence minister said on Sunday.

Labour MP shows why Labour will never be a credible Party again: Labour MP brands Brexiteers ‘absolute sh*tbag racist w*nkers’ during Rule Britannia row

Labour MP Neil Coyle has branded Brexiteers “sh*tbag racist w*nkers” during a late night tweet on the BBC’s decision to play a...

Migrant crossings: 16-year-old Sudanese boy found dead on French beach after attempt to cross English Channel

A Sudanese teenager has died trying to cross the English Channel, French authorities revealed on Wednesday. The announcement was...

UK officially in recession for first time in 11 years

The UK economy suffered its biggest slump on record between April and June as coronavirus lockdown measures pushed the country officially into...

Democracy denied: EU threatens sanctions over Belarus election and aftermath

Belarus isn't often in the news — except for elections. That's when President Alexander Lukashenko and his supine parliament...

Coronavirus: Travellers to Germany must be tested or face €25,000 fine

Germany steps up restrictions for EU countries amid COVID-19 surge Germany has increased border restrictions amid a new spike...

Coronavirus: Catalonia closes late bars and nightclubs as it battles a surge of coronavirus cases

Catalonia will close late-night bars and nightclubs from Saturday as Spain's northeastern region battles a surge in coronavirus cases.

The Irish Government help Apple win fight against EU tax order losing £11.8 billion in Tax for the Irish people

Ireland has been labelled one of the world’s biggest corporate ‘tax havens’ now the Government aid Apple to win fight against £11.8...

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