Friends of Caroline Flack have accused the tabloid press and social media trolls of hounding her after she was charged with assaulting her boyfriend in December, a charge she denied.
EU foreign ministers agree to a new naval operation to enforce an arms embargo on war-torn Libya, overcoming objections from countries who fear it may encourage new migrant flows.
A powerful investigative committee in Germany is looking into contracts awarded when von der Leyden was defence minister, potentially tainting her new role as the political figurehead of the EU.
Officials say investigations into 12 men detained last week indicate the group planned "shocking" attacks similar to ones carried out in New Zealand mosques last year that left 51 people dead.
The US electric carmaker announced plans last November to build a Gigafactory in Gruenheide in the eastern state of Brandenburg.
The new supercomputer, which will be managed by the country's Met Office, will be used to help more accurately predict storms, select the most suitable locations for flood defences and predict changes to the global climate.
Footage showed severe flooding in the town of Tenbury Wells in Worcestershire, with its streets submerged below the high water.
Prosecutors say the suspects, on police radar for months, wanted to achieve their goal "with as yet-unspecified attacks against politicians, asylum-seekers and Muslims to provoke a civil war-like situation."
The bodies of two men were pulled out of the sea as Storm Dennis hit the country. The Met Office had 68 flood warnings in place around England while hundreds of flights were cancelled.
France reports Europe's first death from new virus –– a Chinese tourist from Hubei province –– while WHO hails Beijing's efforts for having "bought the world time."
Berlin began a crackdown on right-wing violence in response to a rise in hate crimes last year. Germany's domestic intelligence agency estimates there are around 24,100 "right wing extremists" in Germany, about half of whom are potentially violent.
More than 200 people showed up outside the headquarters of the FSB security services carrying placards and moving in single file as required by authorities for unauthorised demonstrations.
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