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Leaked video that brought down Macron ally was part of 'political porn' project
The Russian artist who published an explicit video that prompted a candidate to pull out of the Paris mayoral race told CNN on Thursday that he stole the incriminating footage from his girlfriend's computer, saying his actions were "just the beginning" of a "political porn" project.
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Irish leader Varadkar to resign
Irish leader Leo Varadkar has told parliament that he will resign on Thursday night, after suffering a crushing defeat in a parliamentary vote. No clear successor has emerged from the process to lead the country.
Infertile cancer survivor gives birth using frozen, lab-matured egg in scientific 'breakthrough'
A cancer survivor who became infertile after chemotherapy treatment has given birth to a baby in a world first hailed as a breakthrough for reproductive science.
Berlin attack suspect killed in Milan shootout
Berlin Christmas market attack suspect Anis Amri was killed in Milan after a shootout with officers, according to Italian state police. An ISIS-affiliated website later releases a video of Amri pledging allegiance to the group's leader.
Berlin Christmas market attack: The victims
Here is a look at some of those who were killed in Monday's attack at a Christmas market in Berlin.
Cops praised after killing terror suspect
Two Italian police officers are being hailed as heroes for killing Europe's most wanted man.
2 countries tried to deport Berlin attack suspect
Italy and Germany tried to deport Anis Amri. But the 24-year-old Berlin attack suspect never got sent back to Tunisia. The case highlights an issue that governments around the world face.
Berlin suspect: Who was Anis Amri?
Anis Amri, the Tunisian suspect identified in the deadly attack on a Berlin Christmas market, dies in a shootout in Milan, according to Italian police.
Berlin attack: Fingerprints clue in manhunt
It's looking increasingly likely that the main suspect in the Berlin Christmas market attack, Anis Amri, was the attacker, Germany's interior minister said.
Russia says relations with US 'frozen'
The frosty relationship between the United States and Russia became even more icy after Moscow said communications between the countries were "frozen."
Queen departs Buckingham Palace for Christmas
Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip have left for their winter vacation in a helicopter after delaying their trip because of "heavy colds."
What millennials think of Putin's Russia
They were born in the New Russia, after the old Soviet Union had collapsed. This generation have grown up in a different country from their parents and known just the one president all their lives.
Berlin attack: Police hunt Tunisian suspect
The German federal prosecutor's office on Wednesday issued a wanted notice for Anis Amri, a 24-year-old man born in Tunisia, in connection with Monday's attack on the Christmas market at Breitsheidplatz in Berlin, according to a statement.
Russia vows to fight terror after assassination
Russia warns it will not make "concessions to terrorists" a day after its ambassador was gunned down in Ankara, Turkey.
Photographer describes Russia envoy's killing
The Associated Press photographer who captured viral images of slain Russian envoy Andrei Karlov has recalled the moment the gunman opened fire.
Berlin attack: ISIS claims it inspired truck assault
German authorities are searching for the person who plowed a tractor-trailer truck into a crowd at a Berlin Christmas market, even as ISIS claimed Tuesday that it inspired the attack.
On patrol with the Reindeer Police
Photographer Gianmarco Maraviglia spent time with the Reindeer Police, a unit that patrols Norway's northernmost counties in the Arctic.
'Black day for history:' Berliners mourn market attack victims
Shocked Berliners are mourning the victims of Monday's Christmas market attack.
Berlin attack: Truck owner tells of slain driver's unease
The slain driver of a truck that was used to kill people at the Berlin market had asked to finish his duties early so he could buy a Christmas gift for his wife and was uneasy about his unloading point, his boss says.
Scottish woman tests negative for Ebola
A health care worker diagnosed with the Ebola virus after returning to Scotland from Sierra Leone was transferred to the Royal Free Hospital in London.
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Your favorite things about Serbia
From pristine lakes to crispy white mountaintops, CNN readers share some of the things they love about Serbia.
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Hundreds await rescue from burning ferry
At least one man died trying to escape a burning ferry in the Adriatic Sea on Sunday afternoon and hundreds more are still awaiting rescue.
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Ireland: Pregnant woman may die with dignity
Ireland's High Court rules doctors can withdraw life support in the case of a clinically dead woman who is 18 weeks' pregnant.
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Putin cancels holiday vacation for Kremlin
Vladimir Putin delivered a lump of coal in the Kremlin's stocking this year when he announced that he canceled holiday vacations for members of government.
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Pope's Christmas message: Refugees suffer
Pope Francis wants to bring hope to Christians and other ethnic and religious groups suffering "brutal persecution" in Iraq and Syria.
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First photos of Monaco twins released
Monaco's newborn royals, Princess Gabriella and Crown Prince Jacques Honore Rainier, pose for official photos with Prince Albert and Princess Charlene.
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France boosts security after attacks
One victim is dead and five others are hospitalized after the latest in a string of attacks that sparked fears in France, authorities said Tuesday.
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Serbia: Hollywood's new hotspot?
Serbia is stepping up its efforts to build its reputation as a key player in international filmmaking.
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Van plows into pedestrians at French market
A van plowed into shoppers at an outdoor Christmas market Monday in Nantes, France, injuring at least nine people in addition to the driver, police said.
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UK police: Six die in Glasgow road incident
Six people have died after a garbage truck collided with pedestrians in the center of the Scottish city of Glasgow, police confirmed Monday.
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