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Vladimir Putin wants to 'eliminate Ukraine – I have no doubt', claims Ukrainian PM

The Kremlin has continually denied sending troops to eastern Ukraine or backing separatists with money and weapons

Angela Merkel failed to comfort the girl

Angela Merkel makes Palestinian girl facing deportation from Germany cry on TV

The Chancellor's stroking and explanation that Germany couldn't tell asylum seekers 'you can all come' did not appear to be comforting

Two jailed for growing 570 cannabis plants at a Swedish school

The raid on the farm revealed Sweden's biggest drugs bust in years

Anti-globalisation activists campaigning outside the ECB building in Frankfurt

Greece bailout: Eurozone backs €7bn 'bridging loan' while ECB approves €900m liquidity lifeline to banks

Britain and other non-euro EU nations will be indemnified against any potential losses, as German finance minister says it might be better if Greece left the euro

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Paintings by Georg Baselitz, which he says he will withdraw from German museums

German artists threaten to 'flog off' their work in protest at national treasure law

Berlin gallery owner warns new legislation could result in an 'exodus of modern art from Germany'

A Malaysian air crash investigator inspecting the crash site

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Two separate inquiries are continuing into the doing of the Boeing 777

Seagull steals tourist's GoPro; inadvertently captures stunning video of Spanish coast

Sometimes it pays to get robbed by an animal

Vladimir Putin looks on at a news conference after the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Ufa, Russia, July 10, 2015

MH17: Vladimir Putin rejects calls for UN tribunal as 'premature and counterproductive'

Russian President made the comments in a telephone call with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte

Uber hit with $7.3m fine in California - and faces total ban within 30 days

Car sharing app violated regulations by refusing to reveal data on whether its drivers where picking up riders fairly

Lithuanian student launches 'gender stereotype' project showing young men crying in military uniform after being called to serve in the army

Student wants to dispel misconceptions surround young men who are meant to be seen as 'rational, emotionless, and aggressive'

Golden Dawn MP Ilias Kasidiaris tore up the agreement and sent it fluttering over parliament

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Greek MPs eventually approved the harsh conditions amid angry protests

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