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The Spanish fightback against record tourism Activists say spiralling housing costs are due to properties being bought by foreigners - or rented over the summer.
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France recalls contaminated Olympic-branded water bottles The consumer recall agency, Rappel Conso, says they contain a harmful chemical, Bisphenol A.
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Fire at Dublin site earmarked for asylum seekers Dublin Fire Brigade is at the former Crown Paints factory on the Malahide Road in the city.
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How Euro 2024 busted legend of German efficiency As football fans poured across Germany, they discovered the trains weren’t as good as they thought.
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Starmer hopes to reset UK-European relations at summit Sir Keir Starmer is preparing to host around 45 European leaders at a summit near Oxford on Thursday.
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The BBC joins Paris mayor for swim in cleaned-up Seine The BBC's Hugh Schofield joins Parisians taking a dip in the River Seine, which has been cleaned up for the Olympics.
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Families mark 10 years of pain since MH17 flight disaster Relatives of the 298 victims on board the plane join memorial services to mark the anniversary.
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An Olympic friendship that defied Hitler Jesse Owens and Luz Long's embrace has become a defining image of Olympic sportsmanship, but it came with consequences.
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Trump's choice of running mate raises fears in Ukraine and EU Diplomats and politicians voice concern over JD Vance's repeated criticism of US aid to Ukraine.
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The mountain area where Jay Slater search ended Spanish officials confirm a body found during the search for Jay Slater is that of the missing teen.
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