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France yellow vest protests: Macron promises wage rise

France yellow vest protests, Macron promises wage rise

France's President Emmanuel Macron has promised a minimum wage rise and tax concessions in response to weeks of violent protests.

 

Merkel's plane makes unscheduled landing after technical hitch

Merkel's plane, technical hitch, unscheduled landing

German Chancellor Angela Merkel will miss the opening of the G20 summit in Argentina after her plane was forced to land shortly after leaving Berlin.

   

Brexit: Draft agreement a 'decisive' step forward, says Barnier

Brexit:, draft agreement a, 'decisive' step forward

The EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says 'decisive' progress has been made in reaching a final agreement on the UK's departure from the bloc.

   

Metop weather satellite launches into orbit

Europe, launched a front-line weather satellite into orbit

Europe has launched a front-line weather satellite into orbit that has components that are over a decade old.

   

German ex-nurse Niels Hoegel on trial over 100 deaths

German ex-nurse Niels Hoegel, on trial over 100 deaths

A German former nurse accused of murdering 100 patients is due to go on trial in the northern town of Oldenburg.

   

Second Brit dies after 'Brazilian butt lift' surgery

'Brazilian butt lift' surgery, second Brit dies

A second British woman has died from "Brazilian butt lift" surgery, the BBC has learned, as fresh warnings come over the risks.


   

Great British Bake Off: What the critics thought

The Great British Bake Off, returned

t's back. The tent swathed in golden sunshine, a chocolate meltdown as a result of aforementioned sun, one contestant's broken biscuit dreams and the ice-cold glare of Paul Hollywood.

   

Blood scandal inquiry 'will find any cover-up'

UK, blood scandal, UK-wide inquiry, blood transfusions, infected thousands of patients, at least 2,400 people dead

A UK-wide inquiry into a contaminated blood scandal that left at least 2,400 people dead will look at whether there was a cover-up by the authorities and if documents were destroyed.

   

Merkel: Defining moment for EU on migration

EU on migration, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, European leaders, solutions to irregular migration

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has urged European leaders to work together on finding solutions to irregular migration.

   

Moscow crash taxi driver 'feared crowd lynching'

Moscow, Saturday's crash, taxi driver, ploughed into pedestrians, Mexican World Cup fans

The Moscow taxi driver who ploughed into pedestrians says he fled because he feared the crowd would kill him.

   

General Electric faces fines over French jobs pledge

France is threatening to take the unusual step of fining General Electric if it fails to create a set number of jobs in the country.

   

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