Tributes have been paid around the world to Labour MP Jo Cox, who died after being shot and stabbed.

Jo Cox death: Tributes paid in memory of killed Labour MP

Tributes have been paid around the world to the British Labour MP Jo Cox, who died after being shot and stabbed.

A police photo showed Mered Medhanie arriving on Italian soil

People-smuggling 'kingpin' Mered Medhanie extradited to Italy

An Eritrean man believed to be at the heart of the operation to smuggle migrants from Africa to Europe has been extradited to Italy, prosecutors say.

Cardinal Barbarin arrived at a police station in Lyon early on Wednesday

French Cardinal Barbarin questioned in Lyon priest abuse case

The Archbishop of Lyon, Cardinal Philippe Barbarin, is being questioned by police over allegations that he failed to act against a priest in his diocese accused of child sexual abuse.

Istanbul bomb attack on police bus kills 11

A car bomb attack targeting a police bus has killed seven officers and four civilians in central Istanbul.

Swiss voters 'reject basic income grant for all'

Swiss voters have rejected by a wide margin a proposal to provide a universal basic income grant to all citizens, initial results and projections showed.

Aid agencies have struggled to help people in the squalid camp

Greece begins moving migrants from Idomeni camp

Greece has begun evacuating thousands of stranded migrants from the makeshift Idomeni camp on its northern border with Macedonia..

Video shows man tackling and robbing 88-year-old woman

CCTV footage has been released showing the moment a man wrestled an 88-year-old woman to the ground before robbing her home in Hull.

Two cars entered the area in front of the police headquarters with assailants firing automatic weapons [AP]

Deadly blast hits police headquarters in south Turkey

A bomb attack outside the police headquarters in Turkey's southeastern city of Gaziantep has killed two policemen and injured 22 others, officials said.

Turkey's prime minister Ahmet Davutoglu has warned that the migrant swap deal between the EU and Turkey risks collapse [EPA]

EU: We will not water down criteria for Turkish visas

Turkey must meet all requirements for visa-free travel with the European Union and the criteria will not be watered down, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has said.

The protesters called for increased investment in the health service, housing, education and public sector pay [EPA]

Tens of thousands march in London anti-austerity rally

Tens of thousands of people have marched through central London to protest against UK government cuts to social welfare and public institutions.

Austria's plans to tighten border controls prompted protests nine days ago in Brenner.

Austria builds border centre despite criticism

Austria says it has begun work to tighten immigration controls at a key north-south European crossing point.

Demonstrators hold placards during a protest outside Downing Street in Whitehall, central London [Neil Hall/Reuters]

UK's Cameron publishes tax details as pressure grows

British Prime Minister David Cameron has released details of his income tax affairs for the past seven years in an attempt to defuse criticism of his investment in an offshore trust run by his late father.

Cameron became the first British leader to document his financial affairs hours after he told a meeting of activists from the Conservative Party, which he leads, that he was wrong to have been so slow to acknowledge his investment in Blairmore Holdings.

Arseniy Yatsenyuk said his resignation would be formally submitted to parliament on Tuesday [File photo: EPA]

Ukraine PM resigns after losing majority

Ukraine's embattled prime minister has said he is resigning, opening the way for the formation of a new government to end a drawn-out political crisis.

In his weekly televised addresson Sunday, Arseniy Yatsenyuk said his resignation would be formally submitted to parliament on Tuesday.

Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson has resigned as Iceland’s prime minister. Photograph: Brynjar Gunnasrson/AP

Iceland prime minister resigns over Panama Papers revelations

Iceland’s embattled prime minister, Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson, has tendered his resignation in the wake of a mounting political crisis over his family’s offshore investments, local media have reported, but his departure has yet to be agreed by either his coalition partners of the country’s president.

The agriculture and fisheries minister, Sigurour Ingi Johannsson, told state broadcaster RUV that Gunnlaugsson had resigned.

Brussels attacks: Protesters and police clash at shrine

Belgian riot police have clashed with hundreds of protesters at a temporary shrine honouring victims of the Brussels suicide bombings, as investigators launched fresh raids related to the attacks. 

Najim Laachraoui (C and R) is believed to be the man pictured at Brussels airport (L)

Two brothers behind Belgium bombings

Two of the suicide bombers who carried out attacks in Brussels on Tuesday have been named as brothers Khalid and Brahim el-Bakraoui, Belgian nationals.

The federal prosecutor said Brahim was part of the attack at Zaventem airport that killed 11 people. Khalid struck at the Maelbeek metro, where 20 people died. In all 260 people were injured.

Police are still hunting another man seen in an airport CCTV image.

Belgium is observing three days of national mourning.

The nation held a minute's silence at midday (11:00 GMT) on Wednesday.

So-called Islamic State (IS) has said it was behind the attacks and warned that more would follow.

On Wednesday, anti-terror police also carried out a raid in the Anderlecht area of the city, making one arrest.

The federal prosecutor, Frederic van Leeuw, denied earlier media reports that the man was wanted jihadist Najim Laachraoui. The arrested man's identity has not been released.

Mr van Lee

A French soldier patrols at Gare Saint Lazare train station in Paris on Saturday [Kamil Zihnioglu/AP]

Details emerge of coordinated Paris attacks

Details are emerging about how several teams of armed men staged a series of coordinated attacks in Paris that left at least 129 dead and hundreds more injured in the worst attack on France since World War II.

French President Francois Hollande said Friday night's attacks in Paris were "an act of war" organised from abroad by Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group with internal help.

"France will not show any pity against the barbaric acts by ISIL," he said.

The suspected getaway car was towed away by investigators

Paris attacks: Weapons found in 'getaway car'

Several Kalashnikovs have been found in an abandoned car believed to have been used by some of the Paris attackers, French judicial sources say.

The black Seat car was found in the eastern Paris suburb of Montreuil on Sunday, suggesting some of the attackers got away.

Earlier, the first of the seven dead attackers was named as Ismail Mostefai. Six people close to him are in custody.

France is in three days of mourning for the 129 people killed in the attacks.

Prime Minister Manuel Valls said most of the bodies had been identified and that the process should be completed in the coming hours.

A special service for the victims, including 350 people wounded and other survivors, will be held at Paris's Notre Dame Cathedral later on Sunday.

What we know

Friday's attacks, claimed by Islamic State (IS) militants, hit a concert hall, a major sports stadium, restaurants and bars in the Fr

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