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Elves v trolls: How Europe is working to expose Russian meddling

Researchers in Britain, France, Germany, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Finland, Sweden, Ukraine, Latvia and Slovakia are working against Russia's "weaponised information".

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	Tiffany Trump posts Instagram photo from Berlin

Tiffany Trump posts Instagram photo from Berlin

Tiffany Trump has been spotted soaking up some sun on a European vacation in Berlin, Germany, while her family attended a glitzy DC wedding in Washington.

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Macron hype makes European stocks a crowded trade

Eurozone stocks are in favour and Macron's victory has only added to the region's popularity, but that makes it particularly vulnerable for profit taking.

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Confederations Cup: Portugal into semi-finals after thumping All Whites

European champions cruise into semi-finals with comfortable 4-0 win over New Zealand after Cristiano Ronaldo set them on their way with a penalty.

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Plucky All Whites thumped by Portugal in Confederations Cup

Plucky All Whites thumped by Portugal in Confederations Cup

European champions Portugal comfortably dispatch New Zealand 4-0 to reach the Confederations Cup semi-finals after Cristiano Ronaldo sets them on their way with a penalty.

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Sound effect: Historical recordings being returned to Indigenous communities

Sound effect: Historical recordings being returned to Indigenous communities

Audio recordings and photographs taken by Europeans in the mid-20th century of the Karajarri people on the remote Kimberley coastline, south of Broome, are being returned.

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Copper rises to early April high after European factory PMIs

Copper prices reached their highest since April 7 as strong European manufacturing data bolstered the demand outlook.

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	Photographs reveal the dark story of eugenics

Photographs reveal the dark story of eugenics

In the decades following the 1859 publication of Charles Darwin's 'On the Origin of Species', a craze for eugenics spread through Britain, the United States and Europe.

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	Haunting photographs reveal the dark story of eugenics

Haunting photographs reveal the dark story of eugenics

In the decades following the 1859 publication of Charles Darwin's 'On the Origin of Species', a craze for eugenics spread through Britain, the United States and Europe.

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Kerobokan escapee Shaun Davidson 'partying in Amsterdam'

Bali jail escapee Shaun Davidson claims he has fled Indonesia for the European party city of Amsterdam. 'Living the dream,' he wrote. 'Where's all the ladies at.'

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Donald Tusk invokes John Lennon, dreams that Brexit won't happen

The president of the European Council says it's not "impossible" that Brexit could be abandoned. His fellow EU chiefs disagree.

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	Women whose terrors leave them too scared to go to bed

Women whose terrors leave them too scared to go to bed

Britons are the worst sleepers in Europe, with a third of us suffering disorders. People like Nancy Lewendon (pictured) though, suffer from far more extreme versions.

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European Union flexes muscles with 'historic' defence plan

It's their the EU's most ambitious defence plan for decades, a multi-billion-euro weapons fund, shared financing for battle groups and missions abroad.

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Model with 'Europe's biggest breasts' wants bum to match

German glamour model Martina Big, who says she is 28 and a size 6, has boosted her breasts to a size 32S, and appealed to TV plastic surgeons to help her derriere live up to her 'big' name.

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Queen Elizabeth stirs social media with hat resembling the European Union flag

EU sure about that hat, your majesty?

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	Skype reportedly hacked by cyber criminals

Skype reportedly hacked by cyber criminals

The problems with Skypt have continued through to today, with users in Europe appearing to be the worst affected. CyberTeam says it is behind the attack, but Microsoft has not confirmed this yet.

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Bennelong's story brought to life by Bangarra Dance Theatre

Bennelong's story brought to life by Bangarra Dance Theatre

The Bangarra Dance Theatre prepares for its newest challenge — portraying the life of Woollarawarre Bennelong, the first Indigenous man to travel to Europe and return.

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Talks close door on "soft" Brexit, as parties in Westminster plot May's downfall

Britain's Brexit minister David Davis and the European Union have slammed the door on any prospect of a "soft" Brexit as formal negotiations got underway in Brussels.

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South Bank: Brisbane's favourite backyard celebrates 25 years

South Bank: Brisbane's favourite backyard celebrates 25 years

The opening of South Bank Parklands to the public turned Brisbane's former Expo '88 site into a European-inspired playground for locals and tourists alike.

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Wall Street hits new highs on tech reboot and French election

Wall Street hits new highs on tech reboot and French election

The global market returned to a "risk-off" spirit on positive news in Europe and tech stocks finding favour with investors again.

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Talks begin over British split from European Union

Britain and the European Union began talks Monday to sever their 43-year partnership, kicking off unprecedented divorce negotiations that will shape future relations between them.

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EU says 'clock ticking' on Brexit after day one of talks

EU says 'clock ticking' on Brexit after day one of talks

After day one of talks, the European Union says the clock is ticking on negotiations for Britain's exit from the EU, but British Brexit Minister David Davis says he is optimistic of a swift and good outcome.

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	Incredible colourised photos of the German army

Incredible colourised photos of the German army

The images were brought to life by Welsh electrician Royston Leonard, 54, from Cardiff showing the German soldiers fighting and repairing their artillery on the bloodied battlegrounds of Europe.

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Australian bolter Jonah Bolden eyes NBA draft after Serbian adventures

Jonah Bolden wasn't meant to make it to the NBA after he left UCLA to pursue a professional career but one season in Europe has turned him into a potential first round draft pick.

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Germany's former chancellor Helmut Kohl dies aged 87

Helmut Kohl, described as the father of German reunification and an architect of European integration, died in his house in Ludwigshafen.

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Helmut Kohl, the man who brought Germany in from the cold

A towering figure of post-war European politics, Helmut Kohl pushed through German reunification.

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BREAKING NEWS Germany's former chancellor Helmut Kohl dies

Helmut Kohl, described as the father of German reunification and an architect of European integration, died in his house in Ludwigshafen.

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Greece strikes deal to avoid bankruptcy trauma

Greece strikes deal to avoid bankruptcy trauma

Greece has avoided another potential brush with bankruptcy after striking a deal with European creditors to tide it over for the rest of the year.

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	Meet the couple who built a Tuscan-style villa in Adelaide

Meet the couple who built a Tuscan-style villa in Adelaide

An Adelaide-based couple have brought their dreams of a European-style villa to life. Loiuse Sergi, a web designer and husband Steve Hartwig, featured on Grand Designs Australia.

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	New whooping cough jab has the power to save 200,000 lives

New whooping cough jab has the power to save 200,000 lives

A team of scientists from all across Europe, including from Southampton University, are working on the 'landmark' £2.3 million study to create a more effective vaccine.

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Court orders brain-damaged baby kept alive amid legal wrangle over experimental treatment

Court orders brain-damaged baby kept alive amid legal wrangle over experimental treatment

The European Court of Human Rights orders the British Government to keep a severely ill baby on life support while his fate is decided.

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Baby Charlie on life support while human rights court decides fate

Baby Charlie on life support while human rights court decides fate

The European Court of Human Rights orders the British Government to keep a severely ill baby on life support while his fate is decided.

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Should we assume motorists are liable in collisions with cyclists?

Should we assume motorists are liable in collisions with cyclists?

With new research confirming cars cause the majority of bike collisions, is it time to follow much of Europe and shift liability to drivers?

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EU opens legal case against Warsaw, Budapest and Prague over migration

The European Commission launched a legal case on Tuesday against Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic for refusing to take in asylum seekers.

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Theresa May nears deal with Northern Irish 'kingmakers'

Theresa May nears deal with Northern Irish 'kingmakers'

British Prime Minister Theresa May nears a deal with the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party to save her leadership but faces a tug of war over her Brexit strategy just days before embarking on formal divorce talks with the European Union.

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Hooligans, racism and Vladimir Putin: Will Russia be ready for the 2018 World Cup?

Hooligans, racism and Vladimir Putin: Will Russia be ready for the 2018 World Cup?

The 2018 World Cup in Russia is exactly one year away, but with human rights issues, racism, hooliganism and political scandals lurking in the shadows, can the first eastern European World Cup be a success?

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May 'a caretaker prime minister' after election shock

May 'a caretaker prime minister' after election shock

Theresa May's authority in Westminster is in obvious freefall, but in the current political climate few could rule out more bizarre twists and turns that could save her, writes Europe correspondent James Glenday.

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May left 'as a caretaker prime minister' after election shock

May left 'as a caretaker prime minister' after election shock

Theresa May's authority in Westminster is in obvious freefall, but in the current political climate few could rule out more bizarre twists and turns that could save her, writes Europe correspondent James Glenday.

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'Mortally wounded' May's leadership in peril long-term

'Mortally wounded' May's leadership in peril long-term

Theresa May's authority in Westminster is in obvious freefall, but in the current political climate few could rule out more bizarre twists and turns that could save her, writes Europe correspondent James Glenday.

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'Mortally wounded' May's long-term leadership future in peril

'Mortally wounded' May's long-term leadership future in peril

Theresa May's authority in Westminster is still in obvious freefall, but in the current political climate few could rule out more bizarre twists and turns that could save her, writes Europe correspondent James Glenday.

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Google execs hunker down for fight with EU as fines loom

As European Union officials count the days before their annual vacation, Google's lawyers and lobbyists are hunkering down in Brussels, preparing for what may be a record EU antitrust fine.

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Charities 'pay people traffickers to ferry migrants'

A senior Libyan coastguard official told The Mail on Sunday he had evidence that aid agencies were stumping up cash for migrants desperate to reach Europe.

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Sweden figured out how to stop people from smoking

A chart published last month by the European Union as part of a survey about attitudes towards tobacco in Europe lists the per centage of daily smokers in 28 countries. At the top is Bulgaria, where 36 per cent of the population smokes daily. Greece

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Dated 1950's Queensland home hits the market

A 1950's dated home has hit the market in Ipswich, Queensland for $329,000, bustling with original vintage features, including a diner-themed kitchen, European tiling and retro fittings throughout.

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World Cup qualifying: French 'keeper's stoppage time blunder hands Sweden a vital win

Ola Toivonen scored from the halfway line as Sweden grabbed a stoppage-time 2-1 win over France after a blunder by keeper Hugo Lloris, while Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice as European champions Portugal won 3-0 at Latvia in World Cup qualifiers.

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What now for Theresa May's 'strong and stable leadership'?

What now for Theresa May's 'strong and stable leadership'?

British Prime Minister Theresa May campaigned on a promise of "strong and stable leadership", Europe correspondent Steve Cannane writes, but is that possible after this result?

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Theresa May's disastrous election result will have many unpredictable consequences

Theresa May's disastrous election result will have many unpredictable consequences

UK Prime Minister Theresa May gambled and lost badly; the UK election results are a devastating blow for the Conservative Party and one that will have unpredictable consequences, writes Europe correspondent James Glenday.

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	Sydney police to carry assault rifles after terror attacks

Sydney police to carry assault rifles after terror attacks

Up to 100 riot squad officers will be issued semi-automatic Colt M4 Carbine weapons to patrol Sydney's streets in the wake of terror attacks across Europe.

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Qantas backs Emirates partnership but plans more direct Perth-Europe flights

Australia's biggest airline Qantas is still keen to work with Dubai-based Emirates on routes to Europe, even as it starts to open up more of its own routes, executives said on Tuesday.

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Organic foods backed by landmark report warning pesticides far more dangerous than was thought

Consumers should consider going organic because pesticides on foods are far more dangerous than was thought, causing damage to the human brain, a major study suggests. The research, published by the European Parliament, warns of the "very high costs"

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