Italy celebrated the 70th anniversary of an uprising against the Nazis and their Fascist allies near the end of World War II.
Police arrested nine suspects related to the probe Friday throughout Italy. Another nine were being sought.
The two-hour ceremony was to symbolise the year when the massacres started during World War I.
The 24-year-old, who was detained on Sunday, was known to intelligence services.
Farage has always claimed to be the only party leader with a "non-discriminatory" policy on immigration.
A French security official says the suspect was arrested after he apparently had shot himself and called for an ambulance.
The abolition of human trafficking via the Mediterranean sea becomes the major concern for the European Union.
Today at 93, SS guard Oskar Groening goes on trial on 300,000 counts of accessory to murder.
Voter registration for UK general elections to close by midnight, huge numbers remain unregistered.
The man said about 300 people were in the hold, locked in there by the smugglers, when the vessel set out.
Officials in Germany solemnly commemorated the liberation of two Nazi concentration camps 70 years ago in the closing days of World War II.
The boat carrying 700 migrants from Libya capsized overnight on way to Italy.
The migrants were trying to leave Libya for Italian shores when the ship got capsized.
Putin softens his anti-American rhetoric after being highly critical after their relations reach an all time low.
Altmann would be made a Conservative member of Britain's upper house of parliament in order to take up the role.
The stretch of sea has grown increasingly chaotic as many people have risked the dangerous journey to Europe.
The search began just as Putin was starting his annual televised question and answer session.
Wednesday’s move could lead to billions in fines for Google if the case shows that the way it does business is illegal.
John Kerry made clear at a meeting of foreign ministers that he is optimistic that the Iran deal will get through the Congress.
Peace talks continue between Ukraine and Russia, fights continue on ground.
Valls urged a new intelligence bill for extraordinary measures that would be used only emergency.
She already has children ranging in age from 9 to 44, from five fathers.
Matthias Wegner, spokesman for the Steidl publishing house, confirmed that Grass died Sunday morning in a Luebeck hospital.
A Germanwings plane headed for Milan was evacuated mid-way after bomb threat.
Polls suggest Scottish National Party could win the upcoming UK elections.
The president of the appeals court, Giovanni Canzio, said that there was more than one victim.
The hackers knocked out the TV channels and posted material on the broadcaster's Facebook and Twitter feeds.
Putin hinted that Moscow could lift its embargo on food imports from Greece, which has been hurt by the ban.
London police say heavy cutting equipment has been used to break into a vault in city's major jewellery business district.
Four suspected rioters were detained while no injuries were reported. (AP Photo)
French air traffic controllers went on a strike prompting the cancellation of 40 percent of flights in France.
Spain police arrested 10 people for suspected links to jihadi terror activity and the Islamic State armed group.
The presidential plane crashed in dense fog near the airport in Smolensk, Russia, killing President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others.
Blair's appearance in his former constituency of Sedgefield will be the first of a series of stops to promote Labour candidate Ed Miliband.
In Poland, doctors, shopkeepers, lawmakers and others are heeding a call to receive military training in case of an invasion.
After being closed for more than two years for upgrade CERN on Sunday restarted the Large Hadron Collider.
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