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French firm Lactalis is recalling 12 million baby food items globally following a major scandal. There are growing fears that more infants could get infected with salmonella, not only in France. Lisa Louis reports.
Angelique Kerber and Maria Sharapova will face off in a mouthwatering clash at the Australian Open after the two former winners breezed through their second round games. Serial champion Novak Djokovic is also through.
Christian Ganczarski was born in Poland and later converted to Islam. He allegedly had personal ties to former al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden and helped the organization carry out multiple terrorist attacks.
Turkey is threatening a military offensive in Syria against the Kurdish-held enclave of Afrin as it bombards US-backed forces there. The US has signalled it will continue to provide support to the Kurdish dominated SDF.
The outspoken Trump critic Jeff Flake condemned the president for using a phrase favored by Soviet dictator Josef Stalin. His speech comes after Senator John McCain criticized Trump in a commentary piece on Tuesday.
The outspoken Trump critic condemned the president for using a phrase favored by Soviet dictator Josef Stalin. His speech comes after Senator John McCain criticized Trump in a commentary piece on Tuesday.
President Gjorge Ivanov said making Albanian the second official language would threaten Macedonia's "unity." The Social Democrats and ethnic Albanian parties had agreed to pass the law in their 2017 coalition agreement.
An "amour fou" it is not. Thursday's meeting between French President Macron and UK Prime Minister May will pit EU fervor against Euroskepticism. How will Brexit affect ties between the two countries?
Divers have proven two underwater caverns in Mexico are connected. The discovery makes it the largest flooded cave on the planet. The exploratory mission has also provided insight into the Mayan civilization.
Prime Minister Orban's government will levy a tax on groups that receive foreign funding. The groups' foreign employees could also face expulsion. The move is part of Orban's so-called "Stop Soros Plan."
The document is believed to be the only surviving copy of Lithuania's original declaration of independence. The small Baltic country is set to mark 100 years of independence with year-long celebrations.
A new report has found that only a small fraction of German users get the internet speeds that providers promise. And, according to a study of service providers, the problem is only getting worse.
Leaders in Pristina and Belgrade are trading blame over who killed prominent Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic. His murder has raised concern about the outcome of ongoing efforts to normalize Kosovo-Serbia relations.
In a bold move, the Netherlands have declared Eritrea's charge d'affaires "persona non grata." Eritrea has been enforcing a tax on expatriates amounting to 2-percent of their earnings, according to Dutch officials.
Experts say Russia is planning the next step in making the country independent from the West, at least in cyberspace: Moscow wants to install its own root servers. But why, and does it make any sense?
US tech giant Apple has announced major investments in the United States on the back of the country's new tax code working in the company's favor. It indicated plans for a second corporate campus.
A campaign has been launched in the German capital to reduce the number of billboards and free up public space. The group behind it, Berlin Werbefrei, says it would help bring back the city's unique character.
Parliament voted in favor of increased presence in North Africa and cutting the number of troops in the Middle East. Rome hopes to fight the human trafficking that has brought hundreds of thousands of migrants to Italy.
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel and his new Polish counterpart Jacek Czaputowicz have come out of their first meeting on friendly footing. But behind the happy faces, serious disagreements remain.
The chairman of the opposition Oromo Federalist Congress (OFC), Merera Gudina, was released on Wednesday morning. He was arrested a year ago under the country's state of emergency after he returned from Europe.