International News

BBC News - Europe
  1. Prosecutors drop a rape inquiry into Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who is in custody in the UK.
  2. An alleged money launderer is suspected of being involved in the killing of Daphne Caruana Galizia.
  3. Asylum procedures and housing must be improved for those aged 16 to 24, the EU's rights agency says.
  4. Millions of phone users are being followed this week but critics fear it is a step closer to spying.
  5. Russia has lost more than £130m in theft from a key space project cherished by President Putin.
  6. After being jailed and deported from the US, Maria Butina could defend Russians imprisoned abroad.
  7. Luis Enrique, whose daughter died from bone cancer in August, is returning as Spain manager five months after stepping down for personal reasons.
  8. A former Russian official says a paper on alleged Russian interference in UK democracy should be released.
  9. A strike by women footballers in Spain's top division ends after securing an agreement to reopen negotiations over pay.
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