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08/29/2016 11:39 PM
Thousands of migrants rescued off Libya
About 6,500 migrants are rescued in a series of 40 co-ordinated operations off the coast of Libya, the Italian coast guard says.
08/29/2016 07:35 PM
Syria war: US warns over Turkish-Kurdish violence
The US says fighting between Turkey, pro-Turkish rebels and Kurdish-aligned forces in northern Syria is "unacceptable" and must stop.
08/29/2016 04:55 PM
German plan to force mums to name lovers in paternity cases
Germany's justice ministry drafts a law requiring mothers in paternity disputes to reveal who they slept with when their child was conceived.
08/29/2016 01:22 PM
Italy earthquake: Wooden houses planned for survivors
Italy plans to build simple, wooden chalet-style huts within three months for the 2,500 people displaced by the 24 August earthquake.
08/29/2016 09:41 AM
Ukraine moves Roma families amid village's rage at murder
Ukraine moves dozens of Roma (Gypsies) out of a village after ethnic Ukrainians attack their homes following the discovery of a girl's body.
08/29/2016 01:14 PM
Calais chief wants new migrant border deal with UK
Migrants in Calais seeking asylum in the UK should be able to lodge their claim in France and not have to wait until they reach British soil, the region's president says.
08/29/2016 07:25 PM
Five family members found dead in Ireland
The bodies of five members of a family are found at a house in County Cavan in the Republic of Ireland.
08/29/2016 05:35 PM
Pat Hickey 'should be released from prison and placed under house arrest'
A judge in Rio recommends that the former Olympic Council of Ireland president, Pat Hickey, be released from prison and placed under house arrest.
08/29/2016 02:17 PM
Brussels crime lab fire: Blaze 'was started to destroy evidence'
Attackers ram a car through the gates of a Brussels crime laboratory before starting a fire to try and destroy forensic evidence, prosecutors say.
08/29/2016 07:50 AM
Bookings down for terror-hit tourist countries
Destinations struggling to attract visitors following terrorist attacks will continue to see a decline in international arrivals, flight reservation data suggests.
08/29/2016 06:37 AM
Hundreds of Pokemon Go incidents logged by police
Pokemon Go players have been involved in hundreds of police incidents since the gaming app phenomenon launched, the BBC learns.
08/29/2016 05:55 PM
Deer collides with competitor at Dublin city triathlon
Triathlons are tough at the best of times, but one competitor in the Dublin city event got more than he bargained for when he and a deer collided.
08/29/2016 11:10 AM
Italy earthquake: Drone reveals church interior
Drone footage from Italian firefighters shows the devastation in Accumoli, one of the towns hit by the earthquake on 24 August which left at least 290 dead.
08/29/2016 01:57 PM
Reindeer killed in Norway lightning storm
More than 300 reindeer have been killed in a lightning storm on a mountain plateau in Norway.
08/28/2016 11:06 PM
Migrant crisis: Meet the refugee camp psychologist
A camp psychologist at the Kara Tepe refugee camp in Greece explains how refugees there take care of their mental health.
08/27/2016 11:02 PM
Born a refugee: Syria's war babies
More than 300,000 babies have been born as refugees since the start of the Syrian civil war.
08/30/2016 12:35 AM
Pantomime farce?
In a marathon political chess game Spain's acting Prime Minister Rajoy looks set to fail again to form a government, James Badcock reports.
08/29/2016 12:07 PM
TTIP trouble
Germany's economy minister claims that talks about the TTIP trade deal have failed highlight the uphill battle that negotiators are facing.
08/27/2016 11:56 PM
Norwegian icebreaker
The BBC's Will Grant meets the Norwegian man who played a central role in years of negotiations between Farc rebels and the Colombian government
08/28/2016 04:08 PM
'Give women a say'
How a long-running Irish beauty pageant became the unlikely battleground for the debate over the country's abortion laws.
08/27/2016 11:32 PM
In pictures
As Notting Hill Carnival marks its 50th anniversary, BBC News looks back at how the event became what organisers claim is the largest street party in Europe.
08/26/2016 11:21 PM
Ugly side
The deep divisions in Croatian football, between fans and the national federation, were exposed by an ugly incident at Euro 2016, as Guy Delauney reports.
08/25/2016 11:26 PM
Race row
Hungarian personalities have been handing back their state honours in protest at the award of a medal to a controversial journalist.
08/26/2016 04:03 PM
'They all died in their sleep'
An Italian man who survived the earthquake in Amatrice, killed more than 200 people, describes the "shocking and traumatic" effect it has had on the close-knit community.
08/28/2016 07:43 PM
Brexit may send EU 'down the drain' - German vice chancellor
Germany's vice-chancellor Sigmar Gabriel says the EU could go "down the drain" if Brexit is handled badly and that the UK cannot keep the "nice things" without any responsibility.
08/25/2016 10:30 AM
German business confidence falls post-Brexit, says Ifo
Business confidence in Europe's biggest economy, Germany, has fallen unexpectedly, according to a closely watched survey.
08/23/2016 10:55 AM
UK's manufacturing output eases back, says CBI survey
The UK's manufacturing output eased back in the three months to August, according to the latest industrial trends survey from the CBI.
08/15/2016 12:31 AM
Turkey coup attempt: Pride and fear one month on
National defiance runs alongside fear and division as Turkey rebuilds itself after last month's coup attempt, the BBC's Mark Lowen reports.
07/28/2016 11:28 PM
Who are Gulenists blamed for coup?
Mark Lowen goes on the trail of the Gulen movement, blamed by the Turkish government for the failed coup earlier this month.
07/29/2016 11:02 AM
Crackdown piles pressure on media
Turkey's purge after the recent coup attempt shakes up an already troubled media landscape.
08/02/2016 02:56 PM
Tensions among Turks in Europe
In the wake of the attempted coup in Turkey and President Erdogan's crackdown, are tensions between his supporters and opponents spilling over into Europe?
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