International News

BBC News - Europe
  1. Female former employees tell the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme the behaviour was widespread.
  2. Under the new so-called "Stop Soros" law, anyone who helps asylum seekers faces a year in jail.
  3. Spain edge out a gallant Iran in an absorbing contest to ensure they will reach the World Cup knockout stage with a draw in their final group game.
  4. The move comes after President Donald Trump imposed steep duties on steel and aluminium in May.
  5. The Italian clothing firm is condemned for using images of migrants rescued at sea.
  6. David Drumm dishonestly made the Anglo Irish Bank's balance sheet look better by €7.2bn (£5.4bn) in 2008.
  7. After months of debate, the EU (Withdrawal) Bill clears Parliament and goes for Royal Assent.
  8. Denmark's players paid for a private jet so defender Jonas Knudsen could fly home and see his new-born daughter after the World Cup win over Peru.
  9. The European Parliament's Brexit chief tells MPs the two sides must be clear about what they want.
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