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Belgian police arrest man trying to drive into crowd in Antwerp
World 15:38

Belgian police arrested a man after he tried to drive into a crowd at high-speed in a shopping area in the port city of Antwerp, a police chief said

20,000 evacuated after arms depot blast in Ukraine
World 09:18

Ukrainian State Emergency Service says some 20,000 residents have been evacuated as explosions continue at an ...
Update 2 | Eight arrested after Westminster terrorist attack leaves four dead
World 08:55

Police have arested eight people in raids after a 'lone wolf' mowed down several people and crashed in...
Updated | Five dead including police officer and attacker in London terror attack
World 04:30

Officer dies from stab wounds, police shoot dead attacker in assault on Houses of Parliament in London; four&n...
François Fillon 'was paid $50,000 to arrange meeting between Putin and Lebanese billionaire'
World 22-03

French presidential candidate François Fillon was reportedly paid $50,000 for setting up a meeting betw...
One year on: Brussels to unveil victims’ memorial in remembrance of terror attacks
World 22-03

Brussels marks the one-year anniversary of suicide bomb attacks that claimed 32 lives with memorial sculp...
US Supreme Court curbs in President's appointment powers
World 22-03

The US Supreme Court curbed the president’s power to appoint someone to fill a top government post ...
Missile launch fails as North Korea 'accelerates' nuclear plan
World 22-03

North Korea has seemingly failed in missile launch as it seeks to 'accelerate' its nuclear a...
French interior minister resigns over daughters’ holiday jobs scandal
World 22-03

French interior minister Bruno Le Roux has resigned over a row involving work he gave his two daughters w...
UK bans laptops and tablets on flights from six Middle East countries, following US lead
World 22-03

The UK government has announced a sweeping cabin ban on laptops and tablets on inbound flights from six countr...
Spreading awareness with socks: World celebrates Down Syndrome Day
World 21-03

The #LOTSOFSOCKS campaign is once again being used to spread awareness about Down syndrome on World ...
CCTV footage emerges of Paris Orly gun attack
World 21-03

Footage from the Paris Orly airport attack appears to show the assailant grabbing the soldier and tr...
Ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye faces questioning by prosecutors
World 21-03

Ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye is being questioned by prosecutors over a corruption scandal that ...
Macron seen winning French TV debate, clashes with Le Pen
World 21-03

Two of the candidates for the French presidency, Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen, clashed spectacularly...
Former Northern Ireland deputy first minister Martin McGuinness dies aged 66
World 21-03

Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness, Northern Ireland's former deputy first minister, has died aged 6...
Comey confirms FBI probe into alleged Russian interference in US election
World 20-03

FBI director James Comey on Monday confirmed the agency was investigating possible Russian government efforts ...