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The pro-Kremlin troll and the false Sydney attack claims Simeon Boikov sparked a social media frenzy implicating an innocent 20-year-old in the shopping mall attack.
BBC News
How is Paris preparing for the Olympics and Paralympics? France's government may change the Olympic opening ceremony in Paris because of security worries.
BBC News
Watch: Georgia opposition leader punches MP during debate A scuffle erupted in Georgia's parliament as the leader of the opposition punched an MP.
BBC News
Protesters demand Georgia withdraw 'Russian law' Critics say the bill mirrors similar legislation introduced by President Vladimir Putin in Russia.
BBC News
Oil prices dip after Iran attack on Israel Prices had already risen in expectation of action, with Brent crude near a six-month high last week.
BBC News
Legalise abortions in first trimester, German commission says Opposition parties accused the commission of political bias and threatened to challenge any liberalisation of abortion in court.
BBC News
Macron says Paris Olympics opening could be moved The French president says the opening ceremony could move from the River Seine if security is compromised.
BBC News
Ukraine's power plants at the mercy of Russian missiles Russia now frequently targets Ukraine's energy infrastructure in an attempt to cripple the country.
BBC News
The sharp-tongued president livening up Croatia's election With Zoran Milanovic in the race, the result of the Croatian election has become unpredictable.
BBC News
'Incredible feeling’ - Alonso toasts Leverkusen title Bayer Leverkusen end Bayern Munich's era of dominance and clinch their first Bundesliga title with five games to spare by beating Werder Bremen.
BBC News
Russian double-tap strikes hit civilians then rescuers too Russia is following up initial attacks with repeat strikes targeting rescuers treating the wounded.
BBC News
Watch: Moment man rescued from Turkey cable car A military helicopter hoists the stranded passenger to safety in a rescue basket.
BBC News
Ukraine could face defeat in 2024. Here's how that might look With ammo critically low and Western aid stalled, what might Russia attempt in Ukraine this year?
BBC News
BBC Russian journalist branded 'foreign agent' A leading science journalist - Asya Kazantseva - also gets the label used to silence Kremlin critics.
BBC News
Italian fashion designer Roberto Cavalli dies The designer, famed for his animal prints on leather and textiles, died at home in Florence.
BBC News
Russia floods leave houses almost submerged Water levels in Orenburg are 2m above critical levels, as the mayor urges mass evacuations.
BBC News
Notre-Dame's transformation five years after fire Renovation work continues after 2019's devastating fire at the iconic cathedral in Paris.
BBC News
Key power plant in Ukraine hit by Russian strikes Trypillya power plant was the largest provider of electricity for three regions, including Kyiv.
BBC News
Rope climber attempts world record at Eiffel Tower Anouk Garnier climbs a 110m rope to the Eiffel Tower's second floor in just 18 minutes.
BBC News
Dazzling artwork found at ancient city of Pompeii Archaeologists unearth significant new paintings in the ancient Roman town buried by a volcano in AD79.
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The Indian men traumatised by fighting for Russia Two men who were duped by agents into joining the war against Ukraine speak about their experiences.
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EU approves major overhaul of migration rules The new rules are designed to make EU states share responsibility for hosting asylum seekers.
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Threats spark security headaches ahead of Paris Olympics Officials stress IS-linked threats are not new, but police put on a show of force ahead of the Games.
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Bavaria vows cannabis ban at Oktoberfest beer party Munich's annual event may be declared a drug-free event, even though cannabis is now legal in Germany.