In an effort to stop migrants from crossing the Mediterranean, Austria's chancellor said EU border patrol guards should be sent to northern Africa. Kurz's government has made cracking down on immigration a priority.
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Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo started the Monaco Grand Prix from the pole position and got off to a good start in, the sixth race of the Formula One season. Follow all of the action here live.
As thousands of people gathered in Berlin for pro and anti-AfD demos, the Secretary-General of the CDU said the populist Alternative for Germany party (AfD) is "a threat against Jewish life in Germany."
South Korean president Moon Jae-in has told reporters that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was committed to "complete denuclearization." The announcement came after a surprise meeting between the two Koreas.
Russia has admitted four of its soldiers were killed in the clash with what it called 'terrorists'. Jihadists had targeted Syrian and allied Russian fighters near the town of Mayadeen in eastern Syrian.
Ireland's 'Yes' campaigners had worked feverishly in the run-up to the country's landmark abortion referendum. But few expected such a resounding victory. Gavan Reilly reports from Dublin.
Fire engulfed a building at Europa-Park Rust, a theme park in southwestern Germany on Saturday. It was put out in the early hours of Sunday and is open to the public. No one appeared to have been seriously hurt.
Gareth Bale came off the bench and did the damage for Real Madrid, including a sublime overhead kick moments after his substitution. In the Liverpool goal, Germany's Loris Karius had a night to forget.
Days after President Nicolas Maduro pledged to release political prisoners, his government freed US citizen Joshua Holt. The US had accused Caracas of holding Holt as a 'bargaining chip' in exchange for sanctions relief.
Eight people have died in the days after a dialogue between protesters and the government broke down. President Daniel Ortega is increasingly under pressure from demonstrators who are demanding his resignation.
An extra 1.5 million apartments and houses must be built in Germany, says Chancellor Angela Merkel. Her commitment to alleviate rental and property price hikes and ease shortages is timed to be fulfilled by 2021.
Japan and Russia are to work closely over the Kuril Islands or Northern Territories to resolve a decades-long dispute. They are also to co-operate over denuclearization of the Korean peninsular.
The public has been invited to vote on which of the five prize-winning novels is the best of all time. A panel of judges have selected one book from each decade of the prize's existence.
Bean was selected to be part of NASA's third ever group of astronauts in 1963. He was one of only twelve men to ever walk on the moon.
The result of Ireland's referendum on the country's abortion ban is a triumph for women, says Barbara Wesel.
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Thousands of people have flocked to the northeastern German city of Dülmen for an annual equine spectacle: wild horse wrangling, German-style.
The African Union has left its mark on the continent, although most observers agree that there is still room for improvement.
Georgia's youth is raving for a more open-minded Georgian society. But many of their compatriots are highly religious and want to keep things just the way they are.
The VW Beetle has the Nazis to thank for its existence. Adolf Hitler laid the cornerstone of the Volkswagen factory in Wolfsburg 80 years ago. Here, a critical retrospective of a German success story.
A 1934 article about a German club refusing to do the "Hitler salute" has been widely shared on social media in light of a decision by the NFL to curb protest. But how true is the story?
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