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Annegret Raunigk, a 65-year-old teacher from Berlin, has given birth to quadruplets, German television RTL reported on May 23. The German woman’s pregnancy was widely...

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Hungary’s PM Viktor Orban has been welcomed as "the dictator" by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker at the Eastern Partnership summit in Riga, Latvia. "The...

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Ukraine is to receive a €1.8 billion ($2 billion) loan from the European Union. The move is described as a landmark deal for a non-EU...

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All Germanwings air crash victims have been identified and the remains will be returned to their families, a French prosecutor says. The plane crashed in...

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Greece is expected to reach an agreement with its international creditors within the next week, Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has said. The Greek government is...

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Mutlu Kaya, a Turkish teenager who has been taking part in a talent show on national TV, has been shot in the head while...

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Cartoonist Renald "Luz" Luzier, who designed Charlie Hebdo's cover image of Prophet Muhammad after the Paris attacks has said he is leaving the magazin. Luz...

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Vladimir Putin has played hockey at a gala match with retired NHL players in Sochi. The Russian president scored eight goals - with a little...

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Two 19th Century nuns, who lived in what was then Ottoman-ruled Palestine and were native Arabic speakers, will be canonized by Pope Francis on...

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Luxembourg's PM Xavier Bettel married his partner Gauthier Destenay on May 15 in a private ceremony at the capital's town hall. Xavier Bettel has become...

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According to latest official figures, the German economy slowed by more than expected in Q1 2015, growing by just 0.3%. That compares with growth of...

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Secretary of State John Kerry flies to Russia to meet President Vladimir Putin during his first visit to the country since the beginning of...

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The Greek government has started the transfer of €750 million ($834 million) in debt interest to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The move was carried...

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EU countries should take in refugees under a quota scheme, according to a European Commission proposal. According to the UN, 60,000 people have already tried...

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Greece is hopeful that Eurozone ministers will recognize the fiscal progress it has made. Eurozone finance ministers are meeting in Brussels on May 11 to...

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Cuban President Raul Castro will meet Pope Francis in a private audience at the Vatican. The Argentine Pope played a key role in a recent...

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Poles are voting to elect the country’s president for the next five years. Poland's presidential elections on May 10 have a colorful cast of candidates...

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Turkey ex-president, General Kenan Evren, has died on May 9 at the age of 97. On September 12, 1980, General Kenan Evren launched a coup...

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Russia is marking 70 years of victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two with a huge military parade in Moscow. Thousands of troops are...

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An Ivorian boy has been smuggled into Spain from Morocco inside a suitcase, Spanish police say. The 8-year-old boy, named Abou, was found inside the...

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A defiant Greece has decided to rehire thousands of public sector workers, including cleaning ladies, despite sustained pressure from its international creditors. Greek lawmakers passed...

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Europe is marking the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two on the continent. European leaders gathered in the Polish port of Gdansk...

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David Cameron’s conservatives have won the UK’s general elections and are expected to form a slender majority in the Commons. His party made gains in...

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Norfolk Police is distributing letters warning the media not to harass Prince William and Kate Middleton and their family after the royal couple returned...

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British people are expected to head to polling stations to cast their votes in the UK general election. The voters will elect the 56th Parliament...