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Gibraltar seizes Russian's superyacht over German debt claim
Billionaire owner Andrei Melnichenko is alleged to owe 15.3m euros to the shipbuilder.
Trump tries to explain remark about Sweden amid confusion
Sweden questioned his reference to a security incident there which did not happen.
East Ukraine ceasefire due to take effect
There have been many such agreements in the past and the omens for peace are not good.
Hitler's phone sold for $243,000 at US auction
The red phone, which has the Nazi leader's name engraved on it, was sold to an anonymous bidder.
Ice-locked ship to drift over North Pole
German research vessel Polarstern is set for a remarkable year-long expedition in the Arctic.
Catherine Gazzoli is producing a range of organic baby food influenced by her Italian roots.
'Poisoned' critic Vladimir Kara-Murza leaves Russia for treatment
Vladimir Kara-Murza's lawyer says the diagnosis is 'toxic influence of an unknown substance'.
Sister of Paris police 'rape victim' speaks out
The sister of the young man who was allegedly sexually assaulted by French police, calls for justice in a BBC interview.
Russia accepts passports issued by east Ukraine rebels
Ukraine calls the move an escalation while Russia says it is a humanitarian act.
Barcelona protest to support refugees draws thousands
Protesters accuse the government of reneging on its promise to allow more refugees into Spain.