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Despite a rising HIV epidemic in Russia, officials appear to be clamping down on the few organizations trying to fight the spread of the virus.
Looking for a way out
A woman sits by graffiti reading "Exit" in central Athens on July 5, one year after a Greek referendum in which 62 percent of the population voted "No" on further austerity measures.
Sea of bodies
Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colors found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, pick themselves up off the floor after participating in U.S. artist Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Kingston upon Hull on Saturday, July 9. Over a period of 20 years, the New York based artist has created over 90 art installations in some of the most culturally significant places and landmarks around the world including the Sydney Opera House, Place des Arts in Montreal, Mexico City, Ernest Happel Stadium in Vienna and Munich in Germany.
Deutsche Bank once epitomized the best of Germany's financial sector, shining brightly as the European economic powerhouse's biggest lender.
Is motherhood an advantage for UK's next PM?
Two Conservative women running to become Britain's next leader are facing a question that wouldn't be raised if there were male candidates for the job: Does being a mother make you better qualified to be prime minister?
Cash-strapped Berlin builds museum for urban art
Berlin, the cash-strapped capital of Europe's top economy, has long tried to turn alternative culture into gold, but ambitious new bids to present underground art in museum settings could break new ground.
UK Labour Party leader Corbyn to face challenge
Jeremy Corbyn, the embattled chief of Britain's main opposition Labour Party, will finally face a leadership challenge after Angela Eagle announced Saturday she would stand against the veteran socialist.
1 dead from bun-run goring in Alicante; 2 gored in Pamplona
A man from Valencia died Saturday after being gored in a late-night bull run near the southern Spanish town of Alicante, while two men were gored and 12 others injured in the more popular morning bull-run race in Pamplona.
France's Hollande says US election must not jeopardise EU ties
French President Francois Hollande said Saturday he hoped that whatever the outcome of this year's US presidential election, it would not undermine American ties with the European Union.
Angela Eagle: Chess champ who could checkmate Corbyn
A junior chess champion in her youth, Angela Eagle at 55 is a skillful lawmaker known for her debating prowess, who is now challenging Jeremy Corbyn for the Labour Party leadership following the Brexit vote.
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