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Is there a butter crisis in France?
Shoppers in France have noticed butter disappearing from supermarket shelves. Is there a crisis?
Iceland election: Voters go to polls after paedophile row
The country's second snap election in a year comes amid voter distrust following several scandals.
Greek man arrested over letter bombs sent to EU officials
The man was held in connection with devices sent to senior EU officials and the former Greek PM.
How a British blogger shook Australia's government
William Summers' investigative skills resulted in Australia's deputy prime minister losing his seat.
Caimans helped out of a sticky situation in Brazil
Animals have got stuck in mud after searching for relief from Brazil's prolonged drought.
England win U17 World Cup: Young Lions fight back to beat Spain in final
England produce a superb comeback from 2-0 down to thrash Spain and win the Under-17 World Cup.
Somalia Mogadishu: Explosions rock capital
The Mogadishu bombings are claimed by al-Shabaab militants, two weeks after a blast killed hundreds.
Tanzania deports lawyers accused of 'promoting homosexuality'
Police in Dar es Salaam accuse the group of 'promoting homosexuality' - a charge the lawyers deny.
Mattis: North Korea nuclear threat accelerating
The US defence chief warns Pyongyang would face a "massive response" if it used nuclear weapons.
Are too many tourists visiting Iceland?
An explosion in tourism has saved Iceland's economy. But in a country of just 300,000 people, how much tourism is too much?