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Past articles by Darin:

Spacecraft beams back first images of most distant object explored by mankind

Spacecraft beams back first images of most distant object explored → Read More

SPECIAL REPORT: Was 2018 the worst year for Climate Change so far?

A look back at the exceptional weather events that hit Europe during 2018 and if climate change can explain it. → Read More

German suspect member of Islamic State let 'slave girl die of thirst,' prosecutors

An alleged member of the Islamic State who is of German origin is facing charges of war crimes after letting a young girl reduced to slavery die of thirst, a federal prosecutor said → Read More

Recent migrant crossings in English Channel 'major incident,' UK Home Office says

Britain's border and immigration authority said the recent migrant crossing attempts in the English Channel is to be treated as a 'major incident' → Read More

Manhunt on in Vienna after five monks assaulted, held captive in church

Several monks have been injured, one has been left with "severe head injuries", after being held captive at a Vienna church, police say. Two men, one carrying a gun, raided the Katholische Kirche Maria at around 1.30 pm local time. → Read More

France avalanche: Boy 'miraculously' survives after being trapped for 40 minutes

A child survived after spending 40 minutes buried under an avalanche in Savoie, France, on Wednesday, mountain rescuers said. → Read More

As cash goes extinct in Sweden, the church moves to adapt

Many banks and businesses in Sweden no longer accept cash and the church is adapting so that people can continue to donate → Read More

UK border authority: 40 migrants cross English Channel into UK

UK border force authorities said 40 migrants crossed the English Channel in five separate incidents overnight and on Christmas Day → Read More

Pope Francis decries 'insatiable greed' of today’s consumerism at Christmas Eve Mass

Pope Francis decries 'insatiable greed' of today’s consumerism in Christmas Eve Mass → Read More

Italy toddler circumcision death: US citizen of Libyan descent investigated for murder, police say

US citizen of Libyan descent arrested in Italy for manslaughter after death of toddler following botched circumcision → Read More

Indonesia tsunami: Norwegian tells of escape as waves struck

Norwegian tells of Indonesia tsunami escape as waves struck his hotel → Read More

Macron says he ‘deeply regrets’ Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw troops from Syria

French President Emmanuel Macron said he deeply regretted US President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw some 2,000 US troops from Syria. → Read More

Moroccans hold vigils in honour of Scandinavian women killed in mountains

Louisa Vesterager Jespersen, 24, from Denmark, and Maren Ueland, 28, from Norway were found dead on Monday. → Read More

Germany: New way to determine gender of chicken eggs could save billions of male chicks from culling

Scientists in Germany have found a way to determine the gender of a chick before it hatches, potentially ending the need to slaughter male chicks. → Read More

Rescue ship with mother, newborn and 309 other migrants 'refused' entry to Malta and Italy

Spanish charity Proactiva Open Arms has rescued 311 migrants in the Mediterranean sea off the coast of Libya, it said on Saturday. → Read More

Hungary warns of more anti-migration campaigns if EU continues to 'reject' its government

More campaigns similar to the anti-migration billboard seen in Brussels, commissioned by Hungary's government, could be organised if the country's leaders are “rejected” by the European Parliament, Budapest's secretary of state for international communications told Euronews. → Read More

New Zealand police find body believed to be British tourist Grace Millane

New Zealand police find body they believe to be British tourist Grace Millane. → Read More

Watch: Sailors spot dolphins feeding on bio-luminescent plankton in the Mediterranean

Rare footage captured the moment dolphins fed on bioluminescent plankton at night in the Mediterranean Sea. Sailors were 120 nautical miles off the Gibraltar coast as the dolphins began swimming highlighted by fluorescent light emitted by the plankton. → Read More

Watch: South Korean train ventures into North Korea for the first time in more than a decade

A train has ventured from South Korea across one of the world's most heavily guarded borders into North Korea for the first time in more than a decade. → Read More

Sudden death at the World Chess Championship as players could reach 'Armageddon'

Armageddon at the World Chess Championship as players reach sudden death → Read More