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10/22/2016 09:48 PM
Calais migrants: Clashes ahead of 'Jungle' closure
French police clash with migrants outside the port of Calais at the camp known as the Jungle, which is scheduled to be closed on Monday.
10/22/2016 11:55 PM
Mosul: Turkey insists its forces 'cannot remain idle'
Turkey insists that it cannot remain idle during the fight to drive militants from so-called Islamic State from the Iraqi city of Mosul.
10/22/2016 01:22 PM
Bob Dylan's Nobel silence 'impolite and arrogant'
Bob Dylan's failure to acknowledge his Nobel Prize in literature is "impolite and arrogant", according to a member of the body that awards it.
10/22/2016 12:51 PM
Ceta talks: EU hopes to unblock Canada trade deal
The EU Parliament president says he is optimistic that a trade deal between the EU and Canada can be signed despite last-minute obstacles.
10/22/2016 11:35 PM
UK troops to join Nato Kosovo force in 2017
The UK is to send about 30 soldiers to join the Nato force in Kosovo next year, Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon says.
10/22/2016 04:40 PM
Semi-naked British man found dead outside Malaga airport
Spanish police investigate the death of a 51-year-old British man whose semi-naked body was found tied to a bench outside Malaga airport.
10/22/2016 12:31 PM
Russian Mi-8 helicopter crashes in Siberia, killing 19
A Russian helicopter carrying 22 people crashes in north-western Siberia, killing at least 19 people, officials say.
10/22/2016 12:49 AM
Russia accuses UK over 'shrinking' London embassy
The Russian ambassador to the UK accuses the government of delaying the granting of visas to staff at the country's embassy in London.
10/21/2016 03:15 PM
Four dead after 'Libyan Coast Guard' vessel attacks migrant boat
A German rescue organisation says four migrants have died and 25 others are missing after a boat was attacked by a speedboat labelled "Libyan coast guard".
10/20/2016 10:59 AM
Italy abortion row as woman dies after hospital miscarriage
Italian prosecutors begin an inquiry after a family's lawyer claims a woman pregnant with twins died because her doctor refused to take action.
10/21/2016 05:33 AM
Game of Thrones deployed in search for doctors
With a chronic shortage of GPs in Northern Ireland's rural areas, the HSC is under pressure to attract doctors to the country.
10/19/2016 09:20 AM
The curious case of 'Russian millionaire Boris Bork'
Russian pranksters invent an enigmatic millionaire - and fool thousands in the process.
10/21/2016 11:25 AM
Juncker to BBC reporter: Are you the British Prime Minister?
Ros Atkins asked leaders at the EU summit how dinner went the night before. Jean-Claude Juncker had his own question.
10/20/2016 05:44 AM
Is Brexit on agenda at Theresa May's first EU summit?
The BBC's Ros Atkins looks at whether Brexit will be high on the agenda during UK PM Theresa May's first EU summit.
10/19/2016 12:27 PM
'I cannot hate my wife's killers'
Antoine Leiris, who lost his wife Helene when gunmen burst into the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, has written a book detailing his experience.
10/20/2016 02:26 PM
How a museum brings the Roman emperor back to life
The BBC's James Reynolds looks at how to bring a 2000-year-old monument to a Roman emperor back to life.
10/22/2016 11:59 PM
Winter chill
Poles prepare to fight their corner to defend freedom of movement as EU countries gear up for Brexit negotiations with the UK.
10/22/2016 12:37 AM
In limbo
Spain's economy is doing perfectly well, but it has been without a government for over 300 days and is eyeing Belgium's record 541 days with no administration.
10/21/2016 11:18 PM
Post-Brexit options
Born in Poland, brought up in Britain - how do the younger generation of Poles here feel Brexit will affect their future? Sanchia Berg reports.
10/21/2016 11:21 AM
Feeling blue?
Journalists from Italy, Greece, Poland and Finland describe how the youth in their countries feel about the EU.
10/22/2016 10:13 AM
In pictures
Pictures of the Pope's summer residence in Castel Gandolfo near Rome, as it opens its doors to the public for the first time.
10/20/2016 11:32 PM
Body art
Elena Palumbo-Mosca talks about why she was happy to cover her body in paint to create artworks for the French artist Yves Klein in 1960.
10/19/2016 11:01 PM
Political suicide?
A collection of interviews with the French president reveals a catalogue of jibes at a cross-section of society, leading many to describe his comments as "political suicide".
10/21/2016 05:07 PM
Ceta: EU 'not capable' of signing deal says Canadian minister
A planned trade deal between the EU and Canada is on the brink of collapse after talks between Canada and a Belgian region broke down on Friday.
10/20/2016 02:09 PM
ECB to discuss future of bond buying scheme in December
The European Central Bank will discuss how to end its bond-buying programme by year-end after leaving eurozone interest rates unchanged.
10/20/2016 07:17 AM
Nestle cuts growth forecast as food prices fall
Swiss food giant Nestle cuts its annual growth forecast to 3.5%, from 4.2% forecast in August, as it says food prices are falling.
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