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The ship, carrying dozens of rescued migrants, entered Lampedusa port despite being banned by Italy.
"I would meet him at the Border/DMZ just to shake his hand and say Hello," President Trump tweets.
The deadly Ebola virus has spread, but are attacks and insecurity affecting the response?
Just a few weeks ago, Abiy Ahmed was feted across Africa but deadly attacks threatens his reforms.
Video games insiders explain why too many games are let down by their leading character's look.
Fake accounts trying to capitalise on social media campaigns are rife on the photo-sharing platform.
Hunters could be back in Japanese waters from 1 July, ending a three-decade halt to commercial whaling.
Billions over budget, years late in opening, and still being rebuilt before a single plane has landed. What's gone so wrong at the new Berlin airport?
Maria Joaquina is 11-years-old and a prize-winning roller-skater. She is transgender and fighting to compete among girls.
Hundreds of families are offering to adopt a baby girl abandoned in a plastic bag in Georgia, US.
Jeremy Corbyn has been called it again. So what does it mean to be a Marxist and is it an insult?
EU leaders will head back to Brussels on Sunday night for a special meeting to try and agree on who should be the next president of the European Commission.
These South African teenagers built their own plane and are flying it from Cape Town to Cairo.
From Europe's hottest village, forest fires in Spain and tourists enjoying Paris and Rome, the heatwave has been felt on the continent.
Confrontations over Russia's actions didn't appear to get in the way of jokes, photo ops and dinner with the host.
The socialist leader's 29-year-old son "Nicolasito" becomes latest figure to be hit with US sanctions.
Bussing was one answer to the question of how to desegregate schools across the nation.
A security flaw in Jack'd left private intimate photos publicly exposed on the internet.
EU Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker says it is the biggest deal the EU has ever concluded.
A Newsnight-Bellingcat investigation has mapped the movements of man thought to have directed the attack.