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Sea foam floods streets of Spanish town during deadly storm

A powerful winter storm that battered Spain for days caused the streets of a seaside town near Barcelona to be flooded with sea foam. 

Winter storm in Spain caused surge that ‘ravaged’ major delta area

A powerful winter storm that battered Spain for days, killing at least five people, also spawned devastating flooding in a major delta area.

Trump, in Davos, appears confident of Senate impeachment trial outcome: ‘We have a great case’

President Trump voiced optimism regarding the Senate impeachment trial as he arrived for a breakfast meeting with American CEOs and business leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Wednesday morning.

Winter storm lashes Spain for third day, killing at least 4, cutting power to thousands

A powerful winter storm battered Spain for a third day on Tuesday, bringing strong winds, heavy rains, and massive waves to a region that’s seen at least four deaths linked to the severe weather.

Trump, climate activist Greta Thunberg set to cross paths at World Economic Forum conference in Davos

The World Economic Forum meeting this upcoming week in Switzerland is scheduled to play host to round two of the public fight between President Trump and teen climate activist Greta Thunberg.

France’s #MeToo moment? Woman’s book alleges sex with ‘ogre’ author when she was a minor

Now a grown woman, Vanessa Springora is causing a literary, legal and cultural storm in France with her explosive tell-all book that alleges, in cutting detail, an underage and destructive sexual relationship with French writer Gabriel Matzneff, now in his eighties.

Amb. Richard Grenell praises German diplomatic action as Trump calls for greater NATO role in Mideast conflict

Progress is being made in swaying European nations to take diplomatic action on Iran, U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell said Saturday.

Chris Wallace on new Iran sanctions: ‘I don’t know why we would think that they’re going to change’ behavior

Newly implemented sanctions meant to curtail any ability Iran has to further take action against the United States may not be enough to break their will to do so, Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace said Friday.

2 men in Ireland charged with hijacking minibus carrying 3 passengers, reports say

Two men in Ireland were charged Thursday in connection with the hijacking of a minibus carrying three passengers at Dublin Airport that crossed into the northern border and gave way to a police chase, according to reports.

Russian skater in life-threatening condition after 16-foot fall in Olympic ceremony rehearsal

Authorities in Switzerland have launched a criminal investigation after a female Russian skater was left in life-threatening condition following a fall on Tuesday during rehearsals for the opening ceremony of Winter Youth Olympic Games.

Greek court postpones retrial of 7 suspects in American tourist’s beating death

A Greek court has postponed the retrial of seven suspects in the 2017 fatal beating of a 22-year-old American tourist on an island resort after the victim’s family hired a new lawyer.

UK woman in Cyprus gang rape case gets suspended sentence after making up claims, authorities say

A Cyprus court on Tuesday handed a four-month suspended sentence to a 19-year-old British woman who was found guilty of public mischief after authorities said she made up claims that she was raped by up to a dozen Israelis.

Palestinian boy found hidden in shopping cart at Spanish border crossing, Moroccan couple arrested

A 10-year-old Palestinian boy was discovered hidden inside a shopping cart under bags of fruits of vegetables while a couple was attempting to get him into Spain from Morocco, according to officials. 

Germany zoo fire kills more than 30 animals, may have been sparked by New Year’s Eve ‘sky lanterns’

Every animal inside an ape house at a zoo in Germany died after a fire erupted in the early hours of New Year’s Day in a blaze that may have been caused by sky lanterns launched to celebrate the holiday, according to officials. 

Moscow brings in fake snow in time for New Year festivities after record-breaking warm December

It’s finally starting to look like winter in the Russian capital after authorities dumped artificial snow in the center of Moscow in time for New Year’s Eve festivities. 

British woman, 19, could face prison after Cyprus court finds her guilty of lying about gang rape

A 19-year-old British woman who had accused a dozen young Israelis of gang-raping her at a hotel in Cyprus is now facing up to a year in prison after a court reportedly found her guilty of lying about the entire ordeal.