As he prepares to meet Vladimir Putin, the Ukrainian president has called elections for October
After the first arrest of its kind, police warn the public does not 'appreciate the danger' of the vehicles
Analysts believe the Russian president may be looking for a way to save face by withdrawing support for pro-Russian separatists
Ukraine forces and pro-Russian rebels blame each other for attack outside eastern city of Luhansk
But Strasbourg upholds previous ruling that blanket ban on prisoners voting is unlawful
Bridges can no longer withstand weight of padlocks, so couples are being urged to show #lovewithoutlocks
Man's body led Swedish police to suspect steroid use, despite court ruling that muscles alone are not grounds for arrest
Putin retaliates in the latest round of the trade war, but knock-on effects will be felt in Russia too
Britain's newspapers reflect on World War One and the legacy of one of the bloodiest wars in history
New poll suggests Front National leader Marine Le Pen would knock out socialists in first round
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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