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Carlo Riva, boat designer to the jet set, dies
French film icon Brigitte Bardot had one. So did Hollywood beauty Elizabeth Taylor. King Hussein of Jordan, James Bond star Sean Connery, Italian screen siren Sophia Loren -- the list goes on.
 
Germany: Pregame blasts rock soccer team bus; player injured
Three explosions went off near the team bus of Borussia Dortmund, one of Germany's top soccer clubs, as it set off for a Champions League quarterfinal match on Tuesday evening. One of Dortmund's players was injured.
 
UK police honor officer slain near Parliament
Several thousand police officers from across Britain lined the streets of London on Monday for the funeral procession of a fellow officer killed in an extremist attack last month.
 
Fire ravages migrant camp at France's Grande-Synthe
A huge fire, apparently started deliberately, tore through the Grande-Synthe migrant camp near the northern French city of Dunkirk late Monday, reducing it to "a heap of ashes," the regional chief said.
 
1 killed, several injured in workshop blast in Turkey
An explosion inside a workshop where an armored police vehicle was being repaired killed one man and injured a number of other people, Turkish police said Tuesday.
 
Prince George, Princess Charlotte to be in Pippa's wedding
Look for Prince George and Princess Charlotte to steal a few hearts when their aunt Pippa Middleton marries next month.
 
Protest in Hungary over university law
Hungary saw the biggest anti-government protest in three years on Sunday, as tens of thousands demonstrated against new higher education legislation seen as targeting the respected Central European University (CEU).
 
Canada marks centenary of pivotal WWI victory
More than 20,000 people, most of them Canadians, attended a solemn ceremony Sunday to commemorate a World War I battle in northern France that remains indelibly etched on Canada's national identity 100 years after it happened.
 
7 years on, Poland's president remembered
With wreath-laying ceremonies and prayers, Poland on Monday observed the seventh anniversary of a plane crash in Russia that killed President Lech Kaczynski, his wife and 94 others.
 
Le Pen says France not responsible for WWII rounding up of Jews
Far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen denied Sunday that the French state was responsible for the wartime round up of Jews at a Paris cycling track who were then sent to Nazi death camps.
 
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