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Russian lawmakers on Sunday lashed out at arch-rival Ukraine's "political" victory in the Eurovision song contest, as pro-Kremlin media insisted Moscow's entrant was robbed.
 
A controversial Italian gynecologist famed for helping women in their 60s to have children is under house arrest in Rome on suspicion of removing eggs from a patient's ovaries without her consent.
 
Former London mayor Boris Johnson claimed the European Union was behaving like German Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler by trying to create a superstate, in a Sunday newspaper interview.
 
Britain's opposing camps intensify EU referendum campaigns
Campaigning for Britain's tight referendum on leaving the European Union stepped up Saturday as Prime Minister David Cameron hammered home the economic impact of Brexit.
 
Spanish authorities allowed residents near a giant tire dump blaze to return home Saturday, saying that toxic fumes billowing from the rubber heap posed less of a risk although the fire has yet to be extinguished.
 
Julia Roberts hailed for 'unthinkable' barefoot walk at Cannes Film Festival
She may be one of Hollywood's biggest stars, but deep down Julia Roberts is like every woman: dying to kick off her high heels.
 
At Cannes, Clooney vows Donald Trump will not become president
George Clooney has vowed that Donald Trump will not be elected president, promising that "fear is not going to be something that drives" the United States.
 
Quality Champagne no riddle for 'remueurs': turn bottles by hand
In a humid, dimly lit cellar of French Champagne house Ruinart, Cyril Guisant turns by hand some 60 bottles tilted downward in an A-frame-shaped rack.
 
In an ideal world, the Eurovision Song Contest would be all about music and cross-border camaraderie. In reality, delicate diplomacy is essential to prevent politics from spilling into the annual glitz fest.
 
Prime Minister David Cameron hailed progress on pursuing corrupt individuals at an international summit on Thursday, but rejected accusations he had failed to deliver transparency on Britain's overseas tax havens.
 
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