Former prosecutor Sven-Erik Alhem says he is 'amazed' this justification is being used in 2016
A woman is brought out of the wreckage and taken away on a stretcher - as mayor speaks of more 'voices under the rubble'
The group shouted 'Allahu Akbar' before letting off fake gunshots in the Old Town Square
Just 146 of 177,135 asylum applications to Hungary were approved last year
Renzi is vulnerable to defeat in the vote on a number of fronts, and he has lately sought to row back from his pledge to resign
The women from Europe and Africa have suffered 'serious physical abuse', says the Vatican
'The food currently wasted in Europe could feed 200 million people,' says the UN Food and Agricultural Organisation
Harry Sarfo says he was told to go home to Germany so they could attack multiple targets at once
'Even if Moscow currently has no immediate intent to challenge Nato directly, this may unexpectedly change overnight'
'When things get messy, 'student politics' should not be synonymous with pettiness, turmoil, backstabbing and mudslinging - it’s deeply unfair'
When politicians speak of a need to ‘control’ EU immigration, we should be asking why. The evidence shows that free movement of people is working for all of us
Historians found that the destruction of the middle classes was crucial to the rise of fascism, communism and militarism after the Great Depression. We must not allow history to repeat itself
From Europe to China, economic measures to boost growth are failing – but the Bank of Japan is searching for answers between the pages of the children’s fantasy ‘Peter Pan’
The Big Questions: With Turkey in turmoil following a failed military coup, Patrick Cockburn gives his verdict on how events unfolded and what to expect in the coming weeks and months
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'There are questions that are being asked and we will ask them. [Turkey] is partly viable but there are suspicions as well. Let’s be honest about this'