Ukraine forces move in on rebel stronghold
Government reports up to five "terrorists" die as soldiers storm checkpoints and set up new positions around Slovyansk.
Police reach out to wives, mothers and sisters in drive to stop young British men travelling to and fighting in Syria.
Mass grave site is believed to contain at least 250 bodies of ethnic Albanians killed in the 1998-99 Kosovo war.
Proposed measures include a dedicated hotline and stripping people of French nationality as deterrence and punishment.
Pontiff recites prayers about economic hardship, domestic abuse and migrants during torch-lit procession at Colosseum.
Former traders at world's largest inter-dealer broker appear in court in connection with interest-rate rigging scandal.
Police take samples from hundreds of male pupils and staff following rape of 16-year-old girl in school in La Rochelle.
Italian court orders former prime minister to do a year of community service, limit his movements and respect a curfew.
Erdogan threatens to "go after" micro-blogging site despite being forced to lift ban on it following court ruling.
German Chancellor impressed by reforms in nation whose economic woes threatened stability of Europe's single currency.
Country's re-entry into bond markets overwhelmingly welcomed by investors but ordinary citizens remain cautious.
22 Apr 2014 18:49 GMT
One of the world's top football clubs has sacked its manager in his first season.
17 Apr 2014 12:00 GMT
An undercover investigation reveals disturbing evidence about the abuse of disabled people in Romania.
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