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France has warned Britain to expect a bruising battle with the EU in post-Brexit trade negotiations.

French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian predicted the two sides would "rip each other apart" as they

Towns near the River Severn are now the government's "greatest concern" as it tackles flooding caused by Storm Dennis, which lashed the UK with torrential rain and strong winds.

Members of a far-right group arrested in Germany were planning attacks on mosques, politicians and asylums seekers, local media report.

Two planes carrying hundreds of US citizens from a coronavirus-hit cruise ship in Japan have arrived in the US.

"These days if someone gets stabbed no-one really cares, unless it's the family. It's just another young person getting stabbed."

Those chilling words come from a young boy in north London, no older than 14, in a new documentary

Up to one fifth of the Amazon rainforest is emitting more CO2 than it absorbs, new research suggests.

Results from a decade-long study of greenhouse gases over the Amazon basin appear to show around

Samsung is making all three models in its new flagship smartphone range 5G-compatible. The top-end Galaxy S20 also introduces a 100x zoom camera.

The firm also confirmed a new foldable, the Galaxy Z Flip. It uses "folding glass" in its display and small

New BP boss Bernard Looney has said he wants the company to sharply cut net carbon emissions by 2050 or sooner.

Mr Looney said the 111-year-old company needed to "reinvent" itself, a strategy that will eventually

Jeremy Corbyn has launched a personal attack on Boris Johnson as the two clashed in Parliament over the deportation of foreign offenders.

The Labour leader accused the PM of misleading the country about the nature of offences committed,

Twelve patients treated by two British GPs who have been diagnosed with coronavirus are being traced by health officials.

A former Russian prison service official has killed himself in court after he was sentenced to three years in jail, Russian media report.

Pope Francis has ruled against ordaining married men in the Amazon region as a means of addressing the shortage of Catholic priests.

Around 300 employees have been evacuated from Singapore's biggest bank, DBS, after one person fell ill with the new coronavirus.

Bernie Sanders has won the New Hampshire Democratic primary contest, on a terrible night for former vice-president Joe Biden.

Lawmakers in El Salvador have accused President Nayib Bukele of staging an "attempted coup" after he entered the legislative assembly accompanied by armed police and soldiers on Sunday.

As the dust settles following Sunday's Oscars ceremony, we take a look at the latest stories to emerge from the show's embers.

Our first tail (geddit?) is about a film that was unsurprisingly overlooked by the Academy - Tom Hooper's

Intel and Vivo have become the latest big tech companies to announce they are withdrawing from MWC in Barcelona, citing concerns about coronavirus.

Spanish media is reporting that trade body the GSMA, which organises MWC, will meet to decide whether

The number of US troops suffering from traumatic brain injuries (TBI) after an Iranian attack on a US base in Iraq in January has risen to 109, according to US officials.

One week after the US election race began in chaotic fashion, the contest moves on to New Hampshire on Tuesday. Voters in the north-eastern state are choosing their preferred

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that the controversial HS2 high-speed rail link will be built.

The first phase of the route will travel between London and Birmingham, with a second phase going to

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