Germany's foreign intelligence agency, the BND, has reportedly been spying on global media’s journalists for nearly two decades, a leading German weekly magazine reveals.
German BND spied on major media for almost two decades: German weekly
Russia says it will veto a UN Security Council resolution drafted by the US, Britain and France to impose sanctions on Syria over allegations of chemical weapons use.
Russia to veto US resolution on chemicals in Syria
Rights NGO: Over 12,000 civilians killed
Over 250 alleged breaches of humanitarian law by the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen is being investigated, British Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon said.
UK probes 257 human rights abuses by Saudis in Yemen war
President Vladimir Putin says Russia has no plans to interfere in Syria's internal affairs and its aim is to stabilize the legitimate government in the Arab country which is battling terrorists.
Putin: Russia aims to 'stabilize legitimate authority' in Syria
Spain has ordered 17,000 ducks to be culled after a case of H5N8 bird flu is reported in a farm in Catalonia.
Spain orders mass cull after report of bird flu
Spain’s National Court has sentenced former chief of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Rodrigo Rato, to four years and six months in jail over his involvement in embezzlement in two major Spanish banks.
Spain jails former IMF chief for 4.5 years over embezzlement
The number of people applying for asylum in Britain in 2016 was just over 38,500, falling for the first time in six years, official data showed on Thursday.
UK asylum claims drop despite rising refugee crisis
A woman was killed by flying debris on Thursday as storm Doris battered Britain and Ireland, disrupting travel and leaving thousands without power as it swept in from the Atlantic.
Woman killed by flying debris as storm Doris batters Britain
The airplane transporting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had to make a detour Wednesday en route from Singapore to Australia as the Israeli airline is banned from using Indonesia's airspace.
Netanyahu plane forced to make detour around Indonesia
The British economy picked up its pace of growth in the final three months of 2016, official figures show, but over the whole year, it was weaker than previously estimated and there were signs that the UK referendum to leave the European Union will increasingly act as a brake on growth in 2017.
UK economy weaker in 2016 than previously estimated

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