Environment

Bonn: Paris Agreement will go on despite US withdrawal

Many in Bonn are predictably unhappy with President Trump's decision to withdraw the US from the Paris Agreement.

Europe

Mafia boss Toto 'the beast' Riina dies in jail

The ruthless figurehead, seen as the boss of bosses of the Sicilian Mafia, died while serving 26 life sentences.

Mafia boss Toto 'the beast' Riina dies at 87

Germany

World Architecture Festival opens in Berlin

Showcasing the transformative effect that architecture can have on lives and the growth of communities, the WAF has kicked off in Berlin.

Weather

The Little Girl returns to change the world

La Nina is officially announced as the eastern Pacific surface temperature swings beyond neutral to cold conditions.

The Little Girl returns to change the world

Europe

UAE remarks on control of mosques in Europe condemned

Minister of state for tolerance told DPA news agency European countries must exert control over mosques.

UAE remarks on control of mosques in Europe condemned

Europe

Jailing Catalan leaders would cause 'irreparable' harm

A Belgian judge says imprisoning dismissed Catalan leaders would cause 'irreparable harm', according to legal documents.

Jailing Catalan leaders would cause 'irreparable' harm

Europe

Greece: Flash flooding kills at least 11

Rescue teams searching for missing individuals as flooding leaves at least 11 people dead.

Europe

Glaciers heating in France could destroy villages

Scientists warning that popular tourist villages in the French Alps are under threat of heating glaciers.

Europe

Greece releases Dutch reporter 'taken for smuggler'

Sakir Khader from the Netherlands detained on Monday while reporting on Syrian refugees crossing the border via Turkey.

Greece releases Dutch reporter 'taken for smuggler'

Europe

Timber business ‘booming’ as global demand soars

Some architects are reverting back to one of the oldest forms of building material which is cheaper, faster and more sustainable.

Europe

Droughts and storms hit Italy's white truffles hard

Delicate crop from Italy and central Europe decreased by 30 percent over the past 25 years due to weather changes.

Droughts and storms hit Italy's white truffles hard

Europe

Boris Johnson says sorry for blunder over Briton jailed in Iran

The UK's Foreign Secretary has apologised for causing distress to a British citizen jailed in Iran, and her family.

Syrian Refugees

Syrian refugees in Greece hunger strike for relocation

Seven women and seven men on hunger strike against slow reunification process, calling to be reunited with family.

Syrian refugees in Athens hunger strike for relocation

Politics

Macron visits Paris’ notorious Clichy-sous-Bois

Residents of Clichy-sous-Bois welcomed the president warmly and listened to his message of hope. The Paris suburb is trying to shake its reputation as a no-go zone after its troubled past.