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    German court orders extradition of suspect in Bulgarian journalist's killing

    German court orders extradition of suspect in Bulgarian journalist's killing


    A court in Germany has ordered the extradition of a Bulgarian man who was detained earlier this week on suspicion of the rape and murder of Bulgarian journalist Viktoriya...

    A court in Germany has ordered the extradition of a Bulgarian man who was detained earlier this week on suspicion of the rape and murder of Bulgarian journalist Viktoriya Marinova.
    Stunning textiles dyed with bacteria

    Stunning textiles dyed with bacteria


    Fashion has a water problem. A 2017 report found that the industry consumed almost 79 billion cubic meters of water in 2015, enough to fill 32 million Olympic-sized swimming pools. And according to the World Bank, 17-20% of all industrial water pollution...

    Fashion has a water problem. A 2017 report found that the industry consumed almost 79 billion cubic meters of water in 2015, enough to fill 32 million Olympic-sized swimming pools. And according to the World Bank, 17-20% of all industrial water pollution is caused by the dyeing or treatment of garments.
    Can robots transform architecture?

    Can robots transform architecture?


    Amid population growth and unprecedented urbanization, China's rise has been enabled by its ability to build quickly and cheaply. But meeting the country's construction demands has come at the expense of architectural identity, according to Philip Yuan,...

    Amid population growth and unprecedented urbanization, China's rise has been enabled by its ability to build quickly and cheaply. But meeting the country's construction demands has come at the expense of architectural identity, according to Philip Yuan, founder of the firm Archi-Union Architects.
    Haunting virtual floods submerge cities

    Haunting virtual floods submerge cities


    Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde has long explored sustainability issues through eye-catching installations that fuse science, art and design. From smog-eating towers and energy-generating kites to light-emitting bicycle paths, they have all captivated...

    Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde has long explored sustainability issues through eye-catching installations that fuse science, art and design. From smog-eating towers and energy-generating kites to light-emitting bicycle paths, they have all captivated while also suggesting new possibilities for a more environmentally sound future. But "Waterlicht" may be his most breathtaking project to date.
    Watch how a firework is made

    Watch how a firework is made


    For centuries, fireworks have been used to mark major events around the world: the births of nations, weddings, birthdays, funerals and New Year's...

    For centuries, fireworks have been used to mark major events around the world: the births of nations, weddings, birthdays, funerals and New Year's celebrations.


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    Brexit talks hit a wall as deal falters over Northern Ireland

    Brexit talks hit a wall as deal falters over Northern Ireland


    Negotiations between the UK and the European Union broke up on Sunday without a deal, three days before a critical summit of European leaders that was intended to mark significant progress on a Brexit...

    Negotiations between the UK and the European Union broke up on Sunday without a deal, three days before a critical summit of European leaders that was intended to mark significant progress on a Brexit agreement.
    Fracking commences in UK for first time since 2011, draws protests

    Fracking commences in UK for first time since 2011, draws protests


    Fracking has restarted in the United Kingdom for the first time since 2011, as the UK-based energy firm Cuadrilla kicked off a three-month exploration process on Preston New Road in the northern English county of...

    Fracking has restarted in the United Kingdom for the first time since 2011, as the UK-based energy firm Cuadrilla kicked off a three-month exploration process on Preston New Road in the northern English county of Lancashire.
    10 dead after floods hit southern France

    10 dead after floods hit southern France


    At least 10 people have died after flash flooding hit the Aude region of southern France, local officials said...

    At least 10 people have died after flash flooding hit the Aude region of southern France, local officials said Monday.
    Hungary's constitution makes street homelessness a crime

    Hungary's constitution makes street homelessness a crime


    Hungary's constitution now says sleeping on the streets is a crime. The new legislation, which went into effect Monday, bans "habitual residence in a public space" and gives police the authority to remove rough sleepers from the streets and confiscate...

    Hungary's constitution now says sleeping on the streets is a crime. The new legislation, which went into effect Monday, bans "habitual residence in a public space" and gives police the authority to remove rough sleepers from the streets and confiscate their belongings.
    Angela Merkel's Bavarian allies lose majority in crushing vote

    Angela Merkel's Bavarian allies lose majority in crushing vote


    The ruling Christian Social Union lost its majority in the Bavarian state parliament Sunday in an election that is likely to rattle German Chancellor Angela Merkel's fragile "grand coalition"...

    The ruling Christian Social Union lost its majority in the Bavarian state parliament Sunday in an election that is likely to rattle German Chancellor Angela Merkel's fragile "grand coalition" government.
    Prince Harry Fast Facts

    Prince Harry Fast Facts


    Read CNN's Fast Fasts about Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and learn more about the Prince who is sixth in line for the...

    Read CNN's Fast Fasts about Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and learn more about the Prince who is sixth in line for the throne.
    Duchess Meghan Fast Facts

    Duchess Meghan Fast Facts


    Read CNN's Fast Facts about Meghan Markle, Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Sussex, wife of Great Britain's Prince...

    Read CNN's Fast Facts about Meghan Markle, Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Sussex, wife of Great Britain's Prince Harry.
    Bavarians vote in election that may spell doom for Merkel

    Bavarians vote in election that may spell doom for Merkel


    If the Christian Social Union loses support in Sunday's poll, it could shake German Chancellor Angela Merkel's fragile governing coalition in...

    If the Christian Social Union loses support in Sunday's poll, it could shake German Chancellor Angela Merkel's fragile governing coalition in Berlin.
    Truck carrying migrants in Turkey crashes; 22 killed

    Truck carrying migrants in Turkey crashes; 22 killed


    Twenty-two migrants were killed and 13 others were injured Sunday when a truck carrying them overturned, Turkey's state-run news agency Anadolu...

    Twenty-two migrants were killed and 13 others were injured Sunday when a truck carrying them overturned, Turkey's state-run news agency Anadolu reported.
    US pastor Andrew Brunson freed by Turkish court, flies to Germany

    US pastor Andrew Brunson freed by Turkish court, flies to Germany


    American pastor Andrew Brunson, released after being detained in Turkey for two years, has landed at Ramstein Air Force Base in Germany, a senior US administration official said Friday...

    American pastor Andrew Brunson, released after being detained in Turkey for two years, has landed at Ramstein Air Force Base in Germany, a senior US administration official said Friday night.
    Italy's Matteo Salvini calls for curfew for 'little ethnic shops'

    Italy's Matteo Salvini calls for curfew for 'little ethnic shops'


    Italy's hard-line interior minister and deputy prime minister sparked outrage on Thursday after announcing a proposed amendment to his security decree that would force "little ethnic shops" to close by 9...

    Italy's hard-line interior minister and deputy prime minister sparked outrage on Thursday after announcing a proposed amendment to his security decree that would force "little ethnic shops" to close by 9 p.m.
    Wealthy Bavaria braces for seismic shift after decades of single-party rule

    Wealthy Bavaria braces for seismic shift after decades of single-party rule


    Bavarians are voting in regional elections on October 14. A further swing to the political fringes could threaten German Chancellor Angela Merkel's increasingly fragile coalition...

    Bavarians are voting in regional elections on October 14. A further swing to the political fringes could threaten German Chancellor Angela Merkel's increasingly fragile coalition government.
    Thousands without power as Storm Callum batters Ireland, UK

    Thousands without power as Storm Callum batters Ireland, UK


    Storm Callum was striking parts of the UK on Friday morning with gale force winds of up to 76 mph (120 kph) and torrential rain, leaving thousands of people without power across Ireland and the British...

    Storm Callum was striking parts of the UK on Friday morning with gale force winds of up to 76 mph (120 kph) and torrential rain, leaving thousands of people without power across Ireland and the British Isles.
    German court orders extradition of suspect in Bulgarian journalist's killing

    German court orders extradition of suspect in Bulgarian journalist's killing


    A court in Germany has ordered the extradition of a Bulgarian man who was detained earlier this week on suspicion of the rape and murder of Bulgarian journalist Viktoriya...

    A court in Germany has ordered the extradition of a Bulgarian man who was detained earlier this week on suspicion of the rape and murder of Bulgarian journalist Viktoriya Marinova.
    Russia investigating failed Soyuz rocket launch

    Russia investigating failed Soyuz rocket launch


    Russia has launched an investigation into the failed launch of a Soyuz rocket ferrying a crew to the International Space Station (ISS) which resulted in an emergency landing...

    Russia has launched an investigation into the failed launch of a Soyuz rocket ferrying a crew to the International Space Station (ISS) which resulted in an emergency landing Thursday.
    Majorca floods leave at least 12 people dead

    Majorca floods leave at least 12 people dead


    At least 12 people were killed after heavy rain and flash floods hit the Spanish island of Majorca on Tuesday night, regional authorities said...

    At least 12 people were killed after heavy rain and flash floods hit the Spanish island of Majorca on Tuesday night, regional authorities said Thursday.
    Prince George, Princess Charlotte to feature in royal wedding

    Prince George, Princess Charlotte to feature in royal wedding


    The UK's Prince George will be joined by his sister Princess Charlotte in official roles in the royal wedding of their cousin Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksbank on...

    The UK's Prince George will be joined by his sister Princess Charlotte in official roles in the royal wedding of their cousin Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksbank on Friday.
    Alternative literature prize to be given in absence of scandal-hit Nobel

    Alternative literature prize to be given in absence of scandal-hit Nobel


    Five months ago, the Swedish Academy, a prestigious cultural institution patronized by the King of Sweden, announced that this year's Nobel Prize in Literature would be postponed for the first time since World War...

    Five months ago, the Swedish Academy, a prestigious cultural institution patronized by the King of Sweden, announced that this year's Nobel Prize in Literature would be postponed for the first time since World War II.
    UK court lifts anonymity for woman in unexplained wealth case

    UK court lifts anonymity for woman in unexplained wealth case


    A woman whose husband is a jailed state banker in Azerbaijan has lost a court fight to avoid being named as she seeks to explain how she paid for two properties worth £22 million ($29 million) in total, Britain's Press Association reported...

    A woman whose husband is a jailed state banker in Azerbaijan has lost a court fight to avoid being named as she seeks to explain how she paid for two properties worth £22 million ($29 million) in total, Britain's Press Association reported Wednesday.