UK & Europe

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People in Sweden have been scratching their heads over the US President's comments.

President Trump says suggestion of major Swedish incident was actually reference to Fox News TV show

Trump said "look what's happening last night in Sweden" as he alluded to past terror attacks in Europe.

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Mike Pence was joined by his wife and daughter as they toured the site in Germany.

Video: Mike Pence lays wreath at Dachau concentration camp during sombre visit

The US vice president was accompanied by Abba Naor, a survivor of the camp.

01:53
There are concerns that when the UK leaves Europe, it will look to buy more British meat.

Kiwi lamb rebranding a possible sign of things to come in post-Brexit trade war

There are concerns that when the UK leaves Europe, it will look to buy more British meat.

00:52
Mr Blair claims people voted without knowing the true terms of leaving the EU.

Former British PM Tony Blair calls on people to rise up against Brexit

Mr Blair claims people voted without knowing the true terms of leaving the EU.

An engraving of a swastika and Adolf Hitler's name are seen on the back of Hitler's personal traveling telephone at Alexander Historical Auctions in Chesapeake City, Md., Friday, Feb. 17, 2017. Auction house president Bill Panagopulos says Russian officers gave the phone to Brig. Sir Ralph Rayner during a visit to Hitler's Berlin bunker in 1945. Rayner's son is now selling it. Panagopulos says bidding will start at $100,000 this weekend. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Hitler's 'weapon of mass distruction' up for auction

The phone, which Hitler used to give orders that took many lives, has already had bids of over $140K.

Pakistani volunteers and army soldiers carry a body of a villager killed in an avalanche in Upper Chitral in Pakistan on Monday February 6, 2017.

Avalanche kills seven army troops in Kazakhstan

Rescuers saved 16 other soldiers who had been trapped by the avalanche.

Irish teen battling cancer shocked as strangers raise over $1 million for treatment

In an emotional video, Shauntelle Tynan, 18, talks of her rare cancer.

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Visas were tightened for Kiwis last year and more will be introduced in April as the UK tries to reduce soaring immigration numbers.

Just let them come: British MPs sign letter to their government to allow Kiwis in on long-term visas

Visas were tightened for Kiwis last year, and more will be introduced in April.

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The US bomb was found unexploded under a gas station in the city of Thessaloniki on the weekend.

Let off with a bang! WWII bomb detonated after 75,000 evacuated from Greek town

The US bomb was found unexploded under a gas station in the city of Thessaloniki at the weekend.

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Several people became stuck in the badly mangled passenger car when the trains crashed into each other.

Freight and passenger train fatally collide in Luxembourg

Several people became stuck in the badly mangled passenger car when the trains crashed into each other.

Video: Passengers look on as immense ferry smashes into wharf

The Ben-my-Chree had just sailed from Birkenhead in England, and was coming in to dock when the unthinkable happened.

01:47
One enthusiast in England found himself in all kinds of trouble after his foot got trapped in a rope.

Who knew bell ringing could be so dangerous?

One enthusiast in England found himself in all kinds of trouble after his foot got trapped in a rope.

00:23
Waitrose has been forced to rebrand its 'British' ready meals as some contain NZ meat.

Kiwi meat in 'British' lamb supermarket meals leaves bad taste for UK shoppers

Waitrose has been forced to re-brand lamb ready meals in its "British" range.

In this image taken from video, rescue personnel work at the site of an avalanche at Lavachet Wall in Tignes, France, Monday Feb. 13, 2017.  French rescue workers say a number of skiers have been killed in an avalanche in the French Alps near the resort of Tignes. It occurred in an area popular among international skiers for its extensive slopes and stunning views, but no information was immediately available about the skiers' nationalities. (AP Photo)

Four dead after avalanche in the French Alps

Five survivors are being pulled out of the snow after the group of nine had been skiing.

Newly elected German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier

Germany selects Frank-Walter Steinmeier to be President

Steinmeier, Germany's former foreign minister was elected in Berlin with 931 of the 1,260 votes.

Travellers wait outside Hamburg, northern Germany after unknown toxin injures 50 people.

Unknown toxin injures 50 people at German airport

More than 50 people complained about breathing problems, burning eyes, and nausea.

Protesters clash with police in Paris over alleged police rape of young man

One officer was charged with aggravated rape, three others with assault. All deny the allegations.

Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca is playing up NZ’s good reputation.

Panama arrests partners in Mossack-Fonseca firm

New Zealand was implicated in the firm's leaked documents last year as a popular place to store wealth.

Frustrated NZ driver Hayden Paddon loses ground in Sweden

Paddon dropped to 7th and is more than five minutes off the lead after a frustrating second day.

Watch: Ben Te'o sparks England late comeback against Wales to remain unbeaten in Six Nations

England has beaten Wales 21-16 in their Six Nations match this morning, snatching a late last gasp win over the home side.

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Artefacts spanning hundreds and even thousands of years have been dug up during construction of London's newest Tube line.

Bones dug up in London Underground work an archaeologist's dream

Artefacts spanning thousands of years have been dug up during construction of London's newest Tube line.

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Fighting between pro-Russian rebels and Ukrainian armed forces is escalating.

Video: Derelict buildings lie abandoned as fighting increases in eastern Ukraine

Fighting between pro-Russian rebels and Ukrainian armed forces is escalating.

Armed police officers patrol in Paris.

Louvre machete attack suspect faces attempted murder charge

French President Francois Hollande has said there is "no doubt" that the supect's actions were a terror attack.

Cocaine seized by police as part of an Auckland drug bust

Bags of cocaine worth $90 million wash up on beaches in Britain

A member of the public discovered a number of bags full with the class A drug on Hopton beach.

Armed police officers patrol in Paris.

Four arrested, including 16-year-old girl, after explosives seized in French raid

One of the suspects was believed to be planning a suicide attack.

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