One in three Britons feel this year will be no better than 2016
The boy's stepfather admits to forcing the child to stand outside as a punishment for taking food from the fridge
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European country - whose control of Congo saw millions die - laments the absence of an 'inclusive agreement'
Every year, the World Economic Forum releases its Global Competitiveness Report on the state of the world's economies.
‘All parliaments are now able to approve by tomorrow at midnight. Important step for EU and Canada,’ tweets Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel
'Canada remains ready to sign this important agreement when Europe is ready,' says a spokesperson for Canada's minister of international trade
Police find no link to terrorism after robbery at Cora centre, near Charleroi
Hicham Diop, 43, remains in custody after stabbing two police officers in Belgium
Attacker also breaks nose of one officer before police shoot him in the leg
The incident has sparked a diplomatic row and threats of a police strike in Belgium
Unlike past al-Qaeda operatives who came to Europe from North Africa, and therefore had to build their networks in a more opportunistic manner, the new Isis operatives are able to draw on ‘ready-made’ family networks
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Arsonists were attempting to destroy files, Belgian authorities say
One or more attackers ram car through three fences at city’s institute of criminology
Mayor Michel Méan says the cause of the blast is still under investigation