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Spring temperatures soar across Europe

As a large area of high pressure sits across the southwest of Europe, people should prepare for a heatwave.

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Witnesses: 'Panic' after deadly Manchester Arena blast

Concert-goers say they frantically ran after hearing an explosion at an Ariana Grande show, which killed 22 people.

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Ariana Grande concert: 22 killed in Manchester blast

PM Theresa May says authorities believe they know identity of suicide bomber who killed 22 people in Manchester.

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Mario Borghezio ordered to pay Cecile Kyenge for racism

Milan court rules Northern League MEP was guilty of racism over comments he made about Italy's first black minister.

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Germany approves deportation of asylum seekers law

New legislation makes it easier to deport and monitor migrants, but rights groups call it an assault on refugee rights.

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Sweden drops Julian Assange rape investigation

UK police say Assange will still be arrested for 'minor offence' if he left Ecuadorian embassy where he is holed up.

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Greece approves more austerity to unlock bailout

Thousands rally against austerity outside parliament as MPs vote for further pension cuts and tax hikes in 2019-2020.

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Five things to know about Julian Assange

The founder of the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks has been holed up in the Ecuadoran embassy in London since 2012.

Julian Assange

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Enda Kenny resigns as Irish Fine Gael party chief

Enda Kenny will step down as Fine Gael leader after almost 15 years and not lead party into election.

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EU Parliament demands action into Hungary's rule of law

Lawmakers vote on resolution to probe the state of democracy and deterioration in human rights.

deterioration of democray and rule of law in Hungary

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