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Police investigate into who threw three puppies in a tar pit in Murcia, Spain

The boys have been fined for their actions and given a suspended sentence

Lorry drivers in Calais reveal frustration at migrant crisis: 'We need help, they are aggressive, they are stealing our goods'

Video: Freight drivers feel powerless in the face of growing numbers of migrants at French port

Kent police have confirmed that 'Operation Stack' will remain in force until the backlog is cleared

Calais strike: Travel delays expected on M20 while Eurostar and ferry services resume

Kent Police have kept 'Operation Stack' in place as backlog of lorries is cleared

French President Francois Hollande speaks during a media conference at an EU summit in Brussels. WikiLeaks published documents on Tuesday, that it says show the US National Security Agency eavesdropped on the last three French presidents.

America spied on three French presidents, says Wikileaks

One of the top leaked communiques appeared to show that France's president had arranged secret talks with German opposition without the knowledge of Angela Merkel

‘Worse than it has ever been’: migrants climbing into the back of a lorry on the A16 highway in northern France leading to the Channel Tunnel on Tuesday

Calais crisis: How militancy and desperation collided to plunge Channel crossing into chaos after migrants took advantage of workers' strike

The action saw the UK’s main transport links to the continent left at a standstill

A Eurostar passenger : thousands have been disrupted by the strikes

Eurostar and P&O services resume following Calais strikes amid increase in security on both sides of the Channel

Eurostar services are running "normally" according to a spokesperson

Iraqi migrants being detained by Hungarian police

Hungary suspends rule on accepting migrants for 'technical reasons'

Brussels has demanded an explanation for the breach of asylum rules

An anti-austerity demo in Athens on Tuesday

Greece crisis: Greek people prepared for painful compromise amid growing talk of exit from EU

Ordinary Greeks are concerned about the effects of Tsipras's concessions

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras puts on a brave face

Greece crisis: Creditors still demanding concessions as last chance for Athens approaches

A fresh set of proposals had appeared to bring the country back from the brink

Fake euro notes litter the ground during a pro-European demonstration in front of the Greek parliament in Athens on Tuesday

Greece crisis: What is on the table and what is required?

The country's concessions do not necessarily mean it won't default

Patrick Kanner, French Youth Minister

French Youth Minister sets out law to ban elderly politicians from clinging on to power into old age

Patrick Kanner is 'interested' in a plan to impose a three-term limit and a maximum age of 70 on all elected positions, as well as reducing the voting age from 18 to 16

Investigation opened in France after lamb genetically modified with jellyfish protein sold as meat

A fluorescent protein was present in the lamb, meaning it glowed green when exposed to certain lights

Croatia’s supporters throw flares during the Euro 2016 qualifying football match against Italy. File photo

Croatia election: Swastika on pitch during Euro 2016 qualifier with Italy is symbolic of the rise of the far right in the Balkan state

Serbs and other minorities live in fear as ultra-nationalists uses fascist chants and emblems ahead of poll, fuelled by deep economic hardship

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