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Sweden calls off hunt for 'underwater craft'
Naval and amphibious forces ordered back to base as military says presumed intruder probably escaped into Baltic Sea.
European Union leaders agree to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent by 2030, and set renewable energy targets.
Donetsk separatists end truce days before parliamentary polls, which Kiev accuses Moscow of trying to disrupt.
Twenty five-year-old woman arrested north of London for suspected offences relating to the civil war in Syria.
Battleships, helicopters and troops scour coast off Stockholm to solve mystery of "foreign underwater activity".
Russian media reports say Christophe de Margerie died when his private jet collided with snow-clearing machine.
Test shows immune system of first person outside West Africa to test positive has eliminated infection from her body.
Pro-gay groups slam Vatican for backtracking over gays and divorcees, despite Pope urging the Church to accept "change".
Putin and Poroshenko meet for the first time since Crimea's ceasefire was agreed last September to discuss gas deal.
Al Jazeera's Peter Greste, jailed in Egypt, speaks about belief in journalism in speech read on his behalf in London.
Russian president says Serbia is "closest ally", as nation celebrates liberation of Belgrade 70 years ago.
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Twenty-five years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, why is European democracy in flux?
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