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Polish president signs media law despite major concerns

Many, including EU leaders, fear move is step towards taking full control of state radio and television.

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Man with knife shot dead at Paris police station

Knife-wielding man with fake explosives killed after entering police station on anniversary of Charlie Hebdo attack.

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Twitter sues Turkey over 'terror propaganda' fine

Social media giant argues $50,000 fine slapped on it for not removing content goes against Turkish law.

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New generation eco-balloons promise a greener future

A new design of hot air balloons promises to drastically reduce the gas-guzzling sport's carbon emissions.

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Paris, a year after Charlie Hebdo attacks

Francois Hollande claimed unity after Hebdo attacks but much has changed since then in Paris.

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Refugees, including children, drown off coast of Turkey

At least 34 bodies have washed up on shore on country's Aegean coast after boats apparently capsized.

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More than 20 die as cold blast grips Poland

After a mild December, snow and ice have returned to much of central and Eastern Europe.

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Denmark and Sweden tighten border controls

Scandinavia-bound refugees face new barriers as Denmark launches checks on German border following Swedish ID controls.

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Sweden begins border ID controls to halt refugee influx

Reversal of open-door policy follows acute accommodation shortage, with 150,000 people seeking asylum in one year.

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Toddler becomes first refugee to drown in 2016

Child dies and 39 people are rescued after rubber dinghy which set off from Turkey hits rocks off Greek islands.

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