Refugees will longer be subjected to 'shockingly degrading tests' and questions in order to prove their sexuality
Lawyers for survivors and families of the dead want Concordia operators to bear responsibility too
His increasingly anxious minders cannot forget that it was a Turk who tried to assassinate John Paul II
Prime Minister gives set-piece speech proposing reforms for European Union immigration rules
Brigitte Bardot and other activists demand an end to cat casseroles and dog sausages in Switzerland
Europe is losing respect for human life and dignity, Pope Francis warns EU leaders
Russia has also reportedly lent money to Greece’s neofascist Golden Dawn, Italy’s Northern League and other anti-Europe parties
Janina Kolkiewicz, 91, spent 11 hours in cold storage after her family doctor declared her dead
Specialists says paw prints found in the countryside are those of a young tiger weighing around 70kg
Downing Street welcomes European Court of Justice decision on Romanian woman living in Germany
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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