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The French health ministry announced on Wednesday the 60-year-old had been tested for COVID-19 while in a serious condition in a hospital in Paris, before dying overnight.
Activists are warning there is a “whole web of potential violent terrorists” linked to the democratically elected AfD party in Germany
Stocks slumped again on Tuesday, piling on losses a day after the market's biggest drop in two years amid fears COVID-19 will slow global growth.
Brussels has warned the UK that the greater its independence from EU rules, the less access it will have to European markets.
Weinstein, 67, was immediately handcuffed and led off to jail, sealing his fall from powerful Hollywood boss to archvillain of the #MeToo movement.
The centre-right Christian Democrats are in disarray following recent electoral setbacks and Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer’s decision to stand aside.
Genesis is a photographic tribute to the planet comprising more than 200 black and white photographs. It's the result of eight years work and some thirty trips around the world
Rebel leader Riek Machar became vice president in South Sudan as the country reeling from civil war tries to form a coalition for the third time.
The Louvre Museum in Paris has announced it will be open day and night, on Saturday and Sunday, to mark the end of its Leonardo Da Vinci exhibition.
France is the main beneficiary of EU agricultural subisidies. After Brexit there's a large hole in the EU's budget but Macron says he'll oppose any subsidy cuts.
A dispute over church property is exposing deep divisions in the small Western Balkans country of Montenegro. While the conflict is rooted in history, it is also about Serbian identity.
Opponents of a new law that makes it obligatory to register church properties fear that the State could confiscate Serbian Orthodox churches or cemeteries.
Turnout will be seen as a key measure of support for Iran's leadership at the time of a sanctions-linked economic downturn and diplomatic isolation.