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Fallujah 'Fully Liberated' From Islamic State

The Iraqi city of Fallujah has been "fully liberated" after more than two years in the hands of Islamic State.

Brexit: How World Leaders Have Reacted

EU council president Donald Tusk says he is "determined to keep our unity" and says "hysterical reactions" should be avoided.

Tunisia's Plea For Tourism A Year After Sousse

Tunisia's ambassador to the UK and Ireland has pleaded with tourists to return to his country, a year after a lone terrorist shot dead 38 people.

Spanish Voters In Repeat General Election

Some 25 million Spanish voters are having their say in a general election, just six months after the last one resulted in a stalemate.

Benefits To Blame For Brexit: Dutch Minister

The Dutch foreign minister has told Sky News that Britain's benefits system is partly to blame for the defeat and departure of David Cameron because it attracts migrants to the UK.

Juno Probe Carrying 'Lego Galileo' Nears Jupiter

NASA has released a new image of Jupiter as the Juno spacecraft edges close to the giant gas planet.

Belgian Police Detain Two In Anti-Terror Raids

Two men have been arrested in Belgium amid reports of a planned attack on a Euro 2016 fan zone.

Top EU Nations Begin Brexit Talks - Without UK

The six founding members of the European Union are meeting in Berlin to discuss Brexit - and the UK has not been invited.

Will Brexit Harm Gibraltar And Spanish Expats?

Gibraltar has been an enclave of Britishness in the Mediterranean for more than 300 years, but the Out vote in the referendum has caused shockwaves through the community.

UK Exit: Juncker Calls For Speedy 'Divorce'

Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission president, says there is no reason to wait until David Cameron is replaced in October to begin negotiating Britain's exit from the European Union.

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Brexit: Few Will Be Happier Than Vladimir Putin

Brexit: Few Will Be Happier Than Vladimir Putin

Few people around the world will be relishing the result of the British referendum on European Union membership more than Vladimir Putin.

Will Brexit Harm Gibraltar And Spanish Expats?

Will Brexit Harm Gibraltar And Spanish Expats?

Gibraltar has been an enclave of Britishness in the Mediterranean for more than 300 years, but the Out vote in the referendum has caused shockwaves through the community.

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