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Nationalism in heart of Europe needles EU

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Alarm over migrants fuels resurgent nationalism in Central Europe, Jenny Hill reports.

Thursday, Feb 22

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Dutch MPs vote to recognise disputed Armenian 'genocide'

BBC / Europe

Dutch MPs recognise the mass killing of Armenians by Ottoman Turks in 1915 as "genocide", angering Turkey.

Officer dies in Spain football clashes

BBC / Sport

A police officer dies in clashes near the San Mames stadium before the Europa League tie between Athletic Bilbao and Spartak Moscow.

20

Villarreal player accused of attempted murder

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Villarreal defender Ruben Semedo appeared in court on Thursday charged with attempted murder.

Montenegro police identify US embassy attacker

BBC / Europe

The assailant threw a grenade into the embassy compound before killing himself on Wednesday night.

19

Migration figures: Highest number of EU nationals leaving UK in a decade

BBC / News

About 130,000 EU citizens emigrated from the UK in the year to September, but a higher number arrived.

18

Porn on computer: Court finds against French worker over privacy

BBC / Europe

The French rail employee had claimed his right to privacy was breached by his employer.

15

Ryding sets sights on Beijing 2022 – day 13 round-up & highlights

BBC / Sport

Great Britain's Dave Ryding targets a medal at the 2022 Winter Olympics after finishing ninth in the slalom in Pyeongchang.

Top Greek politicians to be investigated

BBC / Europe

Ten top Greek politicians will be investigated over alleged bribes by medicines giant Novartis.

14

Euro 2016: Russian arrested over England fan attack

BBC / Europe

He is wanted for a serious attack on an England fan during Euro 2016 and may face 15 years in jail.

Fashion firm loses followers over same-sex ads

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A men's suit company in the Netherlands faces "homophobic" backlash over their new same-sex adverts.

13

Sacked pregnant worker loses European court case

BBC / Europe

EU judges defend a Spanish bank's dismissal of a pregnant worker in general staff cuts.

10

Winter Olympics: Russia curler Alexander Krushelnitsky stripped of bronze for doping

BBC / Europe

Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky is stripped of his Pyeongchang 2018 bronze medal after being found guilty of doping.

06

Stormzy to PM: Where's Grenfell money?

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The rapper says he wanted to use his voice for something "bigger" than just himself.

Calais: The camp that never really closes

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Police in Calais have told the BBC that they fear another jungle camp will establish.

03

How will Brexit affect overseas territories?

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Brexit will have profound consequences for the 250,000 people in the UK's overseas territories.

Brit Awards 2018 in two minutes: Stormzy and Dua Lipa win big

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The big winners are Dua Lipa and Stormzy, who used his performance to attack the government on Grenfell.

02

Meet the farmer who found happiness in an ancestral way of life

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French farmer Jean-Bernard Huon has rejected modern techniques such as machinery and chemicals, relying instead on traditional methods.

Wednesday, Feb 21

22

Labour rejects ex-Czech agent's Corbyn claims as 'absurd'

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Jeremy Corbyn's spokesman denies he was an agent of the Czech regime in the 1980s after claims by former spy.

21

Spain: Madrid art fair removes 'political prisoners' exhibit

BBC / Europe

The exhibit by Santiago Sierra photographed individuals considered by some to be "political prisoners".

20

Ancient Britons 'replaced' by newcomers

BBC / Science

Britain's Stone Age population was almost completely replaced some 4,500 years ago, a study shows.

19

Jailed Catalan leader: We must unite to retake control

BBC / Europe

Oriol Junqueras calls on Catalan's parliament to end the leadership deadlock over Carles Puigdemont.

18

Pope's investigator meets Chile sex abuse victims

Archbishop Charles Scicluna was taken ill after meeting some of the victims but the probe will go on.

41,000 historical artefacts seized in crackdown - Europol

BBC / Europe

Customs officers and police in 81 countries found paintings, sculptures and ancient weapons.

16

Firefighter wins right to on call pay

BBC / Europe

The ruling from Europe's top court may allow workers across the EU to charge for this kind of work.

13

Norway's Bjorgen becomes most decorated Winter Olympian as USA win gold

BBC / Europe

The United States win gold in the women's team sprint free as Norway's Marit Bjorgen becomes the most decorated Winter Olympian of all time.

10

Pro-Brexit Tory MPs set out demands in letter to Theresa May

BBC / Europe

Tory group urges clean break with the EU - Labour says the PM is too "weak" to stand up to them.

09

'Samurai' Goggia beats Vonn to win downhill gold - highlights & report

BBC / Sport

Sofia Goggia sees off the challenge of American star Lindsey Vonn to become the first female Italian Olympic downhill champion.

02

Cosmetics firm sells Siberia to the world

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How a Russian entrepreneur created a popular cosmetics brand based around using extracts from Siberian herbs.

Tuesday, Feb 20

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German army problems 'dramatically bad', report says

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The report highlights numerous issues with the Bundeswehr, including disrepair and a lack of staff.