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At least three children and 18 others - including members of the local police force - were among those who died.Read the full story ›
A court has given the town three months to remove the Christian image or face being fined.Read the full story ›
Politicians - usually bottom of the list - have sunk even lower in the annual poll by Ipsos Mori.Read the full story ›
A local politician and two journalists were killed after a random shooting in a bustling nightlife district of a small town in Finland.
The South Karelia Social and Health Care District said the shooting happened around midnight on Saturday in Imatra.
Police spokeswoman Heli Jamsen-Turkki said the victims were the chairwoman of the Imatra Town Council and two local reporters.
The two reporters were also women.
Although their identities have not been announced, police said two of them were in their early 50s, and one was in her 30s.
A 23-year-old local man has been detained in connection with the attack.
Austria is set vote for its new president again - and possibly elect the first far-right head of state in Europe since World War Two.Read the full story ›
Italians go to the polls in a referendum on Sunday which could spell the end of Matteo Renzi's reign as prime minister.Read the full story ›
Cubans have lined the streets since Thursday as the ashes of the Communist leader were driven on a 600-mile journey across the island.Read the full story ›
Footballer David Luiz dedicated Chelsea's win on Saturday to those killed in the Chapecoense plane crash.
The Brazilian player, who had ice strapped to his knee following Sergio Aguero's tackle, declined to speak about the brawl at the end of the match.
He and fellow Brazilian player Willian displayed a black arm band to the crowd during the match.
"I prefer to give this victory to the people in Brazil, Luiz said after the match. "I had some friends there and it's difficult to play this kind of game. We just need to play for the families because it's difficult for everyone."
Players from both sides wore black arm bands in tribute to the 71 people who died in Monday's crash outside Medellin, Colombia.
At least 25 people are still unaccounted for after a huge blaze broke out at the 'rave cave' club night.Read the full story ›