A judge rules that there is a "point of substance" to address in whether the UK can unilaterally revoke Article 50.
A device that exploded early Tuesday at a FedEx ground distribution facility in Texas, injuring one person, is likely linked to a string of bombings that have rocked the state's capital this month, federal officials said.
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The United Nations has called on Turkey to end a state of emergency imposed after a 2016 failed coup attempt, saying it has led to "profound" human rights violations.
An Austrian man faces a 160-euro ($197) fine for describing police officers as "smurfs" in a warning about speed checks posted on Facebook.
Leading Brexiteer says the Government made an 'error' by conceding to the EU over fishing
Moldovan police say two people have died in an explosion in a shop in the Moldovan capital, Chisinau.
The European Union's statistics agency says the number of people applying for asylum in Europe has dropped to levels similar to those recorded before the wave of migrant arrivals in 2015.