Pro-independence supporters set tyres alight to block a major motorway north of Barcelona on Thursday in protest against the ongoing trial of Catalan leaders
The world’s best city for cycling will host the start of the planet’s biggest bike race, it was confirmed today.
While the dome would be a gamer's paradise, it is used by businesses to create virtual replicas of workplaces, from factories to oil rigs.
European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker joked to reporters that an injury on his face wasn't Theresa May's fault.
"Currently Parisian dolls, with their rich costumes and wardrobes, are in strong demand among collectors in the Western world. There are beautiful French creations from the last quarter of the 19th century."
Protesters gathered in front of Albania's parliament on Thursday as pressure increased on the government to step down
"Everyone comes with their own feeling so some people like to lie down, some children like to run near the images."
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A divide is opening in the British Bangladeshi community in East London, where Shamima Begum spent her formative years, over whether the teen who ran away to join to self-styled Islamic State should return home
It's after a seven-month investigation into Benalla's violent conduct on the sidelines of a protest on May 1 last year.
In his annual address, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russia would retaliate if US deploys missiles in Europe.
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Molten steel is heated to 1,600 Celcius and flung against a cold brick wall, sparking a spectacle of white-hot light.
One salon is even offering free Trump and Kim cuts until the end of the summit, with Kim's proving the most popular.
Begum, now 19, was one of a group of three British schoolgirls who left London for Syria in 2015.
Farage accuses Westminster of not being in touch with public opinion on the subject of Brexit, to which Anna Maria Corazza Bildt said "no, only you are," which many in the audience seemed to enjoy.
French researchers have discovered that life was already moving on our planet earlier than first thought — now thought to be 2.1 billion years ago. Previously, early life forms were said to date back 1.5 billion years.