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Radovan Karadzic says he's innocent ahead of UN verdict

Former Bosnian Serb leader speaks out ahead of UN tribunal verdicts on Thursday in genocide and war crimes trial.

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Poland refuses to accept refugees after Brussels attack

Prime Minister Szydlo says it's "not possible" to honour refugee deal with EU after deadly ISIL attacks in Belgium.

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Attacks in Europe since 2004

A timeline of assault on European soil claimed by various groups in the last 12 years.

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Brussels attack suspects named as manhunt intensifies

Police comb Belgian capital for third suspect as prosecutor says two bombers were brothers involved in organised crime.

Belgian troops

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#BrusselsAttacks: Grief, Islam and double standards

Solidarity, debate over Islam's future in the West and anger at politicisation dominate social media after bombings.

Brussels prompted gestures of solidarity

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UNHCR, MSF withdraw from Greece's refugee 'hotspots'

Citing "mass expulsion operation", relief groups pulling out say refugees are vulnerable after Turkey-EU deal.

Moria registration centre

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Ukraine pilot Savchenko handed 22-year jail term

Sentencing of Nadezhda Savchenko for journalists' killing by "kangaroo court" criticised by Ukraine president.

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World leaders express shock over Brussels attacks

Europe tightens security after three blasts kill more than 30 people as world leaders vow to defeat "terrorism".

metro station in central Brussels

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ISIL claims Brussels attacks

Death toll rises to more than 30 in twin assaults on airport and metro station as Western Europe enters lock-down mode.

Brussels attacks

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Ukraine pilot in court over Russian journalist murders

Russian judge says Nadezhda Savchenko was complicit in deaths of reporters killed in 2014 mortar strike in Ukraine.

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