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Islamic State is gone but Raqqa lies in ruins after hard-fought victory
Islamic State's brutal reign of terror in Raqqa may be at an end, but as the liberation of the Syrian city is celebrated in the streets the shadow of the group remains.
Spanish government says it will suspend Catalonia's autonomy
Spain's government has said it will suspend Catalonia's political autonomy and impose direct rule from Madrid, as the crisis engulfing the country deepens.
What will invoking article 155 mean for Catalonia - and Spain?
There came a point this week when the move to suspend Catalonia’s autonomy became inevitable.
Maltese PM 'never complained' about scrutiny from journalist killed in bomb attack
The Maltese Prime Minister has said he "never complained" about being "under scrutiny" from a journalist who was killed in a car bomb attack.
George W Bush speaks out against Donald Trump 'bigotry'
Former president George W Bush has launched a thinly veiled but hard-hitting attack on Donald Trump's administration.
Theresa May urges Brexit deal she can 'defend to British public'
Theresa May has warned EU leaders of her political difficulties in the UK and urged them to help deliver a deal she can defend domestically.
Trump promised grieving military father $25k - which was never received
The father of a fallen soldier has said Donald Trump offered him $25,000 after the death of his son, but the cheque never arrived.
#ExposeYourPig: French women name harassers online
French women have been shaming sexual predators online, replacing the #MeToo campaign with the hashtag #BalanceTonPorc – or “expose your pig”.
Tourist killed by falling masonry at famous Florence basilica
A Spanish tourist has been killed after he was hit by falling masonry as he visited a church in Florence.
Risk of 'ecological Armageddon' as number of flying insects plunges
The number of flying insects has dropped by up to 75% in less than 30 years, provoking the risk of an "ecological Armageddon", scientists have said.