A guard stands behind a locked gate at Pentonville prison

No compensation for prisoners denied the vote, rules ECHR

Briefing Tue 12 Aug, AT 13:53

But Strasbourg upholds previous ruling that blanket ban on prisoners voting is unlawful

A couple pose with 'lovelocks' on a Parisian bridge

Show love with selfies not locks, pleads Paris

One-Minute Read Mon 11 Aug, AT 16:06

Bridges can no longer withstand weight of padlocks, so couples are being urged to show #lovewithoutlocks

Muscle

Swedish man arrested for being too buff

One-Minute Read Fri 8 Aug, AT 15:54

Man's body led Swedish police to suspect steroid use, despite court ruling that muscles alone are not grounds for arrest

888,246 ceramic poppies commemorate WWI at the Tower of London

How did the First World War start?

Talking Point Mon 4 Aug, AT 10:49

The causes of the First World War are murky and much disputed, but the passing of time has led to some clarity

Far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen

Marine Le Pen 'leads race for French presidency'

One-Minute Read Fri 1 Aug, AT 13:57

New poll suggests Front National leader Marine Le Pen would knock out socialists in first round

The Bild article 'describing' British holiday-makers

Big, burnt and boozy: German tabloid scoffs at Brits abroad

First Reaction Thu 31 Jul, AT 13:08

Bild reels off British holiday ailments, from 'underwear amnesia' to 'Prince Harry syndrome'

A column of Russian T-90 tanks rolls through Red Square

Nato 'unprepared' to repel Russian attack, MPs warn

One-Minute Read Thu 31 Jul, AT 11:04

UK defence watchdog says major overhaul is required to defend against cyber-warfare and 'irregular militias'

Two schoolgirls embrace and laugh

Women shouldn't laugh in public, says Turkey's deputy PM

One-Minute Read Wed 30 Jul, AT 14:08

Politician prompts online outcry with speech denouncing moral decay in Turkey

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