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A police officer has died after clashes between police and football fans before a Europa League match in Spain.
Alan Pardew feels West Brom will not be able to put their catastrophic trip to Barcelona behind them until they return to winning ways in the Premier League.
US stocks have closed mostly higher after a late-afternoon wave of selling erased much of a midday rally.
Special counsel Robert Mueller has filed additional charges against President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and a business associate.
A woman who was the rising star of France’s far-right National Front until she abruptly left politics last year has stepped into the limelight on the other side of the Atlantic.
The tiny island nation of the Seychelles has announced a pioneering marine conservation plan as part of a debt swap deal with creditors.
The student-driven movement to rewrite US gun laws showed no sign of waning a week after a gunman killed 17 people at a Florida school, with politicians yielding to pressure to respond.
London’s premier index sank into the red despite a rousing performance from British Gas owner Centrica as it kept its dividend on hold in the face of falling profits.
More than 100 girls are still missing three days after suspected Boko Haram extremists attacked their school in northern Nigeria, parents have said.
Belgian police sealed off part of a Brussels suburb on Thursday and searched two apartments, warning residents to stay inside following witness reports that an armed man could be at large.
A Spanish judge has charged Villarreal footballer Ruben Semedo with attempted murder and ordered him to be temporarily detained without bail.
The Philippine president has banned a reporter from attending briefings at the presidential palace compound because her online news organisation’s licence to operate was revoked by the government’s corporate watchdog.
Regional airline Flybe would view a takeover swoop by Stobart Group as “opportunistic” if an official bid is made, the Press Association understands.
World leaders and aid groups are calling for an end to the Syrian government’s bombing of opposition-held eastern suburbs of Damascus that has left hundreds of people dead in recent days.
Police in Montenegro say the man who threw a bomb into the US embassy compound and then killed himself had no criminal record and that the attack was not an act of terrorism.
A German court has deferred a decision on whether to allow a ban on diesel cars in cities to lower air pollution.
Leaders of the National Rifle Association are accusing supporters of gun control of exploiting the mass school shooting in Florida to promote an anti-gun agenda.