Tens of thousands of people converged on Spain's capital Madrid to protest against a swathe of crippling government austerity measures. The measures have been designed to avert the need for a European bailout. The protests came as the Spanish government considered accepting a full-blown bailout from the European Union and international lenders to save it from bankruptcy.
Donald Trump has referred to Brussels as a "living hellhole" because in his opinion Muslims there have failed assimilate. Resistance to such negative representation has been growing in the Molenbeek district of Brussels.
The Euroskeptic Alternative for Germany party has seen a spate of attacks against its branches across the country. The violence comes after controversial statements about refugees from party leader Frauke Petry.
People are leaving Iraq's autonomous Kurdistan en masse. The reasons range from the rise of the "Islamic State" to issues as comparatively mundane as the economy. Birgit Svensson reports from Irbil.
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