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Nerves as far-right League party set for office in Italy –...

The anti-establishment Five Star Movement and the far-right League have struck a deal to deliver an alliance - one which will stir nervousness among many in Europe

Row develops over Mark Zuckerberg’s closed evidence session to EU

However, the meeting will not be held in public. Instead, it will be a closed session with the leaders of each of the eight political factions that make up the European Parliament

Bardem wants more action on plastic pollution

The Spanish star, best known for his roles in the Bond movie Skyfall and No Country For Old Men, was speaking from Port de Blanes in the north of Spain where he had been out with early morning fishermen who had started sorting the plastic collected in their nets for recycling

Bureaucracy row leaves dozens of migrants stranded at sea for three...

Some 103 migrants - including women, 32 unaccompanied teenagers and six children - are currently aboard a British-registered rescue vessel, the Aquarius, operated by a multinational charity, SOS Mediterranee

Father’s anger as new search for missing British girl Katrice Lee...

Katrice Lee went missing in November 1981 from a supermarket near a British Army barracks in Germany, where her father was based

Denmark awaits verdict on whether Kim Wall was murdered

Danish inventor Peter Madsen faces a life sentence if found guilty of the mutilation and murder of 30-year-old Swedish journalist Kim Wall

Hungarian prime minister pushes anti-migrant agenda in national election

As he cast his ballot at a school near his home in Budapest, Victor Orban pledged to "fight" for his country, saying its future was at stake

UK wants a strong line from the EU to send a...

He spoke just a couple of hours before the leaders of the 28 members of the European Union gathered in Brussels for their March Summit

Former Georgia president Mikheil Saakashvili says the West should fear Putin

The former President of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili, now living in exile in Amsterdam, said: "I think that for some reason Russia believed that the UK would be softer on Russia than, say, the United States

Inventor who denies killing journalist Kim Wall ‘has psychopathic traits’, court...

Peter Madsen, who has already admitted to dismembering Ms Wall's body, denies murdering her and said he would tell the court what really happened