UK & Europe

02:06
Candidates clashed over protecting the country after it emerged the gunman had previously been jailed for threatening to kill police.

Killing of cop on Champs Elysee casts shadow over France's elections

Candidates clashed over protecting the country after it emerged the gunman had been jailed for threatening to kill police.

02:06
Candidates clashed over protecting the country after it emerged the gunman had previously been jailed for threatening to kill police.

Police officer killed in Paris 'a proud defender of gay rights', deployed to Bataclan horror

Xavier Jugele had seen firsthand the horror that could be carried out in the name of ISIS.

00:59
The Royal couple appeared on BBC’s Radio 1, surprising one host running the London Marathon for their mental health campaign.

'Keen on box sets' - William and Kate reveal snippets of their life behind the doors of Kensington Palace

The Royals surprised a BBC Radio 1 host who is running in support of their mental health campaign, Heads Together.

02:58
The spray of gunfire caused total chaos at a popular tourist hotspot.

Gunman responsible for fatal attack on police officers in Paris had note defending ISIS

The attacker had a criminal record that includes threatening police.

02:58
The spray of gunfire caused total chaos at a popular tourist hotspot.

France looks toward weekend presidential vote after terror attack

Police have searched the family home of Karim Cheurfi, a 39-year-old with a criminal record.

00:30
Her Majesty has spent more than 65 years on throne, but this celebration will be low-key.

Watch: Happy Birthday Ma'am - Queen Elizabeth turns 91

The world's longest reigning monarch won't be having a big public bash this year.

00:22
Footage has emerged of the officers approaching the man responsible for the shooting.

Graphic warning: The moment police shoot dead gunman who killed cop on the Champs-Elysees

The gunman had killed one police officer and injured two others in the terror attack.

00:29
The protesters spilled wine and smashed bottles on a supermarket's car park in Caissargues in anger over the price of Spanish wine.

Watch: French vintners protest cheap Spanish wine by smashing bottles

Protesters vented their anger by spilling wine across the parking lot at a supermarket in Caissargues.

01:35
The man who found the treasure will be rewarded for his honesty.

British piano tuner uncovers largest hoard of gold coins ever found in UK

Officials say they have been unable to trace the rightful heirs of the gold coins.

01:46
One police officer was killed and two others injured in the today’s shooting.

Gunman responsible for fatal attack on police officers in Paris thought to be 39-year-old

One police officer was killed on the Champs Elysees today and two others were seriously injured.

Video: 'It is lonely at times' - Kate Middleton reveals her struggles with motherhood

Her comments come only days after Prince Harry opened up about the effect of losing his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales.

02:46
The collection contains a vast array of photographic gems from the 1800s to the present day.

Watch: Snapshots of New Zealand's history discovered during rare look inside London's Getty Images archive

1 NEWS Europe Correspondent Emma Keeling had a look into the vault of over 80 million images.

00:16
More than 20 people were injured in the crash after the unseasonal cold snap.

Heavy snowstorm causes 40 car pile-up on major motorway in Slovakia

More than 20 people were injured in the crash after the unseasonal cold snap.

Ali Williams to speak to players about experience so they can 'learn from his mistakes' as part of French Rugby fine

Williams was fined 1500 euro for damaging French rugby's image due to his cocaine bust.

02:24
They were on the Italian volcano to film about a new method of detecting eruptions.

Camera crew caught in explosion on Mt Etna finally tell their original story

They were on the Italian volcano to film about a new method of detecting eruptions.

Teen disciplined by school for 'extreme hairstyle' after shaving head for cancer

Teen disciplined by school for 'extreme hairstyle' after shaving head for cancer charity

Since the story has been reported, Taylor's fundraising page has raised over $3,000.

00:36
Around 500 anti-National Front protesters clashed with riot police in the city in France's south.

Violent scenes in France as anti-far right protesters rally against Marine Le Pen

Around 500 anti-National Front protesters clashed with riot police in Marseille.

00:48
The British Prime Minister accused the opposition parties of stopping Britain from moving forward and frustrating Brexit negotiations.

'Trying to pull the strings' – Theresa May lets loose on Scottish National Party at first election campaign rally

The British PM wasted no time attacking her rivals soon after calling a snap election.

01:55
PM Theresa May reversed her longstanding promise not to go to the polls early.

UK Parliament votes overwhelmingly in favour of early June 8 election

The parliamentary election comes less than a year after Britain voted to leave the European Union.

03:46
In a few hours' time, Britain's parliament will vote on whether to hold an election on June 8.

British parliament to vote on snap June general election

Theresa May said she "reluctantly" changed her mind because political divisions "risk our ability to make a success of Brexit."

00:31
The Bristol woman’s reaction to the election has been taken as a gauge of the nation's mood.

Watch: 'Oh for God's sake!' - Woman's classic response to UK snap election strikes a chord across Britain

This voter's reaction to the election has been taken as a gauge of the nation's mood.

00:39
The naval ship took the migrants to Sicily where they were met by aid groups.

Warm weather, calm seas sees spike in rescues of migrants off the coast of Libya

So far this year, around 29,000 migrants have arrived in Italy.

01:56
May is seeking to strengthen her hand in EU exit talks.

British Prime Minister Theresa May calls snap election

May is seeking to strengthen her hand in European Union exit talks.

Kiwi appears in Irish court over drugs seizure

Police discovered a cannabis-growing house containing 300 plants - estimated to be worth $377,000.

Australian sisters among 12 injured in acid attack at London nightclub

The incident started as a dispute between two groups before a man sprayed a "noxious substance".

01:38
The royal has opened up about the effect of losing his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, when he was aged just 12.

Prince Harry reveals he 'shut down' his emotions for 20 years after his mum died

Harry has opened up about the effect of losing his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, when he was aged just 12.

Five dead in Lisbon plane crash

A small plane crashed beside a Lisbon supermarket.

00:29
Hundreds of people gathered at as they protested against Marine Le Pen's National Front.

Raw: Anti-far right protesters hurl projectiles as Paris demonstration turns ugly

Hundreds of people gathered to protest against Marine Le Pen's National Front party.

New Zealand man arrested in Ireland over $356,000 cannabis growing operation

The man was arrested along with three other foreign nationals.

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