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Putin a 'picture of corruption', US official alleges

Russian president has amassed secret wealth by using state funds for years, US official tells British broadcaster.

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Schengen states seek to extend internal border controls

Passport-free European travel zone members want extra measures to deal with the large influx of asylum seekers.

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Iran's Rouhani starts historic visit to Europe

Leader's trip to Italy and France is first official visit to Europe by an Iranian president since lifting of sanctions.

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New ISIL video purports to show Paris attackers

Footage shows nine alleged attackers delivering anti-Western diatribes and making threats before mass killing.

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Portugal heads to polls to elect new president

Law professor and TV pundit Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa tipped to win in key election closely watched in Brussels.

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Wilders: Migrant men are Islamic testosterone bombs

Dutch far-right politician Geert Wilders hands out "self-defence sprays" to women, as his Freedom Party soars in polls.

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Spain PM Rajoy declines king's offer to form government

Mariano Rajoy says more time needed for talks as Podemos leader proposes left-wing coalition to resolve deadlock.

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Cameron: UK and Russia can talk Syria despite tensions

Ahead of peace talks, PM David Cameron says that Britain must talk to Russia to reach any deal in Syria.

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Refugees drown as two boats capsize off Greek islands

Authorities recover bodies of 42 people, including 17 children, after two refugee boats capsize in the Aegean.

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Young Syrians reunited with families in UK after ruling

Three teenagers and a disabled man in French refugee camp are allowed to travel to families in UK after legal case.

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