International News

BBC News - Europe
  1. Alexei Navalny's report alleges a vast property was paid for "with the largest bribe in history".
  2. At least three people have died in a suspected gas blast that destroyed four floors of a building.
  3. The decision by ex-champion Sofia Bekatorou to describe how she was assaulted leads to a #Metoo moment.
  4. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen says the EU is ready for a new start with the US.
  5. Student protests around the country are set to highlight the mental health impacts of the pandemic.
  6. Patricia Treacy will perform for the Biden family at a church service before the inauguration.
  7. FAW counts Red Flag limousines, used by China's communist party leaders, among its products.
  8. Jonathan Taylor, who exposed bribery in the oil industry, is wanted for questioning in Monaco.
  9. But Giuseppe Conte lacks an absolute majority in the Senate and the row over his future continues.
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