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Denmark's PM responds after a White House report criticising living standards in Nordic countries.
Angela Merkel was once dubbed the Queen of Germany. These are three key moments from her career.
The president's pledge, days before the election, may not be within his powers - read our mid-terms round-up.
A vet in Portugal is using washing machines to house stray cats in her home town.
Italy's economy stalls as growth in the 19-country eurozone slows to just 0.2% in the third quarter.
The man gave away tickets to foreigners after developing a fear of asking them for money.
Rabbi Loren Jacobs led prayers in the name of "Jesus the Messiah" at a Republican campaign rally.
A pregnant woman, two toddlers, and a baby are among the fatalities along the popular Garden Route.
A dry dock sinks, sending a crane crashing down on the deck and leaving one ship-worker missing.
The employee at the US Geological Survey had an "extensive history" of visiting adult websites.
The Philippines confirms 17 women were arrested in a raid on a compound in Riyadh on Friday.
Images of Venice under flood waters as at least eight people are confirmed killed by the storms across Italy.
Brazil's highly biodiverse Cerrado is being destroyed for soybean production, conservationists say.
"Exploding consumption" has wiped out 60% of wildlife since 1970, conservationists say.
"No permission was granted" to play the song at a rally held hours after a mass shooting, his lawyer says.
How a friendly chat on the sidelines opened the door for North and South Korea to start talking.
The billionaire financier and philanthropist was targeted in a US mail-bombing campaign.
The US said trade with Chinese chipmaker Fujian Jinhua poses a risk to "national security interests".
The WikiLeaks co-founder had contested new rules imposed on him in the country's embassy in London.
Experts worry this will increase demand for the animals and jeopardise efforts to protect them.