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Officials from 23 countries met in Rome this week to review their efforts to fight Islamic State. The international coalition says it's pushing back IS militants in Syria and Iraq. But there's growing concern about IS' growing foothold in Libya. The Italian government is taking the lead to try and stabilize Libya as Rome correspondent, Megan Williams told Helen Seeney.
The European Commission has suggested a 12-18 month extension to the bloc-wide approval of glyphosate. Regulators say they need more time to rule out whether the controversial chemical causes cancer.
Looming diesel ban worries German taxi firms - Development programs aim to help Senegalese economy
German court rules in favor of banning certain vehicles by 2018
Police have searched a refugee shelter where a man who stabbed Hamburg shoppers, killing one of them, had stayed. The suspect, from the United Arab Emirates, was due to be deported but did not have necessary papers.
The European Court of Justice has ordered Poland to immediately stop logging in the ancient Bialowieza forest. But will its controversial government accept the ruling?
A British baby who had become the subject of an intense legal battle has died in a hospice. His case drew international attention and made the hospital treating him the object of violent threats.
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