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Brussels train station bomber was 37-year-old man from Molenbeek: VTM Brussels train station bomber was 37-year-old man from Molenbeek: VTM

Belgian Interior Minister Jan Jambon told public radio earlier on Wednesday investigators knew the identity of the man, who was shot dead by soldiers guarding the station.

French Justice Minister Bayrou leaving government: Media French Justice Minister Bayrou leaving government: Media

The Modem party is also the target of an investigation into alleged fake jobs opened by prosecutors earlier this month. 

'Zombie government' braces for UK parliament test

British Prime Minister Theresa May`s programme for government is revealed at the formal opening of parliament on Wednesday after an election that weakened her authority and tragedies that have shaken the nation.

Belgian troops kill ''terrorist'' bomber in Brussels train station

The Brussels Central Station was evacuated after a small explosion occurred within the station and the suspect shot by soldiers is dead, local authorities said.

US sanctions to stay until Russia quits eastern Ukraine: White House

President Donald Trump met earlier on Tuesday with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in talks that the White House said were about ways to resolve peacefully the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
 

Weapons stash found at Champs-Elysees attacker's home

Adam Djaziri, a 31-year-old who had been on a watchlist for radical Islamists, had at least nine weapons, including two pistols and a Kalashnikov-type assault rifle, the source said.
 

Congo-backed militia mutilates toddlers, burns villages: UN

"My team saw children as young as two whose limbs had been chopped off; many babies had machete wounds and severe burns," Zeid told the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva.

Russia to appeal against European court ruling on ''gay propaganda''

"The (Russian) Justice Ministry expresses its disagreement with the conclusions of the European Court," the ministry said in a statement.

British Police question `troubled` anti-Muslim van attacker

Police on Tuesday questioned a man suspected of deliberately mowing down Muslims in London, as the interior minister said Britain was "bruised but not broken" by a series of terror attacks.

Weapons stash found at Champs-Elysees attacker's home: Source

Investigators have found a stash of weapons at the home of a man killed while ramming a car loaded with guns and a gas canister into a police van on Paris's Champs-Elysees, a source close to the probe said on Tuesday.

Man arrested near UK Parliament charged with possessing offensive weapon

A man arrested outside the British Parliament in central London has been charged with possession of an offensive weapon and assaulting an officer, police said on Tuesday.

French defence minister Sylvie​ Goulard announces resignation

French Defence Minister Sylvie Goulard announced her resignation on Tuesday over a fake jobs scandal.

French Police hold 4 family members of Champs-Elysees assailant: Source

France remains under a state of emergency imposed after the November 2015 attacks in Paris.

79 people presumed dead in London fire: Police

At least 79 people have been presumed dead in the massive fire that engulfed a 24-storey tower here, the Scotland Yard said on Monday.

US shoots down Syria warplane that 'hit allies'

An American fighter jet has for the first time downed a Syrian warplane that Washington accused of attacking US-backed fighters, in a new escalation between the United States and regime forces.

London van incident: British PM Theresa May vows to fight terror 'whoever is responsible' London van incident: British PM Theresa May vows to fight terror 'whoever is responsible'

British Prime Minister Theresa May vowed to fight terrorism and extremism "whoever is responsible", after a white van driver ploughed through a crowd of Muslim worshippers near a London mosque on Monday.

London van incident is 'potential terrorist attack': PM Theresa May London van incident is 'potential terrorist attack': PM Theresa May

British Prime Minister Theresa May said an incident in which one person was killed and eight others were injured after a van rammed into a crowd of worshippers near a north London mosque was being treated "as a potential terrorist attack".

Van driver deliberately ploughed into worshippers in London: Muslim Council of Britain Van driver deliberately ploughed into worshippers in London: Muslim Council of Britain

A white man deliberately ploughed a van into worshippers near a north London mosque, the Muslim Council of Britain said on Monday, citing witnesses and video from the incident which left several people injured.

Britain, EU to start historic Brexit talks Britain, EU to start historic Brexit talks

Brexit minister David Davis and the European Union`s French chief negotiator Michel Barnier will meet at the European Commission in Brussels.

London: Several injured after van hits people near mosque London: Several injured after van hits people near mosque

The incident took place outside the Muslim Welfare House, which contains a mosque.

Emmanuel Macron party wins massive majority in French parliament Emmanuel Macron party wins massive majority in French parliament

Macron's year-old Republic on the Move (REM) and their allies were set to win between 355 and 425 seats in the 577 seat National Assembly. 

`Sombre` Britain prepares for historic Brexit talks

The Conservatives now have only 317 MPs in the 650-seat House of Commons and need the support of the DUP`s 10 MPs to command a razor-thin majority.

US destroyer almost foundered after collision, bodies found: Seventh Fleet

The bodies of missing sailors were found in flooded compartments of the USS Fitzgerald, which came close to sinking after a collision with a container ship off Japan tore a gash under the warship`s waterline, the US Navy`s Seventh Fleet commander said on Sunday.

Brexit minister David Davis: "No doubt" over Britain leaving EU Brexit minister David Davis: "No doubt" over Britain leaving EU

Leaving gives us the opportunity to forge a bright new future for the UK — one where we are free to control our borders and do what independent sovereign countries do.

Sikh man arrested, handcuffed in US for carrying kirpan Sikh man arrested, handcuffed in US for carrying kirpan

The kirpan obligates a Sikh to the ideals of generosity, compassion and service to humanity.