Thirteen people were injured on Monday, all of them of a minor nature, within the rallies of protest in the region of Catalonia against the ruling of the Spanish Supreme Court against nine Catalan pro-independence leaders.
The deputy Irish prime minister told Euronews on Monday that the UK 'needs to move' in order to facilitate a Brexit deal, and could see a 'very generous response'.
Jeremy Corbyn calls Queen's Speech a "farce" and a "ramble of nonsense".
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have touched down in Pakistan.
Boris Johnson has criticised Jeremy Corbyn’s stance on Brexit.
Jeremy Corbyn calls Queen's speech "nothing more than fool's gold".
Parents of Harry Dunn have called for Anne Sacoolas to return to the UK.
This bee-keeping initiative inTanzania is giving 1,200 Maasai women financial independence, while turning them into conservationists of the land they live on.
After the British monarch gave a Queen's speech, MPs in the House of Commons began to debate the contents.
"We call for an end to repression, for the release of the political prisoners, for the exiles to be free to return home, for an amnesty that should mark an endpoint for all of those who have suffered reprisals", said president Quim Torra.
Hundreds attend funeral of PC Andrew Harper in Oxford.
Climate activists protest outside BlackRock in London.
MPs made their way through the central lobby for the Queen's speech.
The Queen departs from Westminster following her speech to MPs.
Hungary local elections: Opposition candidate Karácsony unseats Fidesz-backed incumbent in Budapest
Queen says government's priority is to leave EU on 31 October.
The Speaker and MPs arrive in the Lords Chamber for The Queen's Speech.
The 30-metre Energy Observer acts a "floating lab" for testing green maritime technology. It harnesses three renewable energies – solar, wind and hydro – to propel the boat and charge its batteries.
The Queen has departed ahead of her speech in the House of Lords.
Boris Johnson departs Number 10 ahead of The Queen's Speech.
Kenyan Brigid Kosgei sets new women's marathon world record, beating Paula Radcliffe's 2003 time
Kurdish authorities in Syria said on Sunday nearly 800 close relatives of fighters from the so-called Islamic State (IS) fled the Ain Issa camp in the north of the country, according to AFP.
Intensive Brexit talks will continue on Monday after the weekend’s discussions brought no breakthrough between London and Brussels.
"We could end up in a very strange scenario where the government can't pass its Queen's Speech but still can't get the numbers for a general election. This has never really happened before and it's unclear what will happen next" - Maddy Thimont-Ja...
Barcelona is getting ready for the verdict from Spain's Supreme Court in the trial of the Catalan separatist leaders, nine of whom have been in pre-trial detention for close to two years.
Pope Francis on Sunday declared five people saints, including Cardinal John Henry Newman, a leading 19th century Anglican who converted to Catholicism and became one of the most influential Christian figures of modern times.
Hungarians are voting in local elections which may challenge the dominance of Prime Minister Viktor Orban's dominant right-wing Fidesz party.
Ecuadorean indigenous group Conaie said late on Saturday that it would continue anti-austerity protests after President Lenin Moreno imposed a military-enforced curfew in the capital Quito
Dunn family want closure as they meet with Anne Saccoolas
Experts believe an easy victory for the ruling Law & Justice party will cement Poland's slide towards conservatism and deepen its rifts with the EU.
"We are still securing jails hosting IS fighters but if this war continues we will be obliged to gather all forces to protect our land and families from this terror," a Kurdish official told Euronews.
Extinction Rebellion activists staged a protest next to the gardens of the Royal Palace in Brussels on Saturday, calling on the King to declare a climate emergency.
A partial collapse of the under-construction Hard Rock Hotel in New Orleans, USA has killed one person.
While Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) has been criticised by Brussels over rule of law reforms, it's harder to find fault with its handling of the economy.
Former Paralympian Brown denies climate protest charges
Manchester Mayor says stabbing attack was 'isolated'
According to the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, further casualties include 74 members of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and 49 Syrian rebels aligned with Ankara.
Hagibis is wreaking havoc on mainland Japan and is expected to bring with it the heaviest rain and winds in sixty years. More than a million people have been advised to evacuate.
Officials say Nigeria has more than 10 million children who are missing out on education. So how can they find their way back into classrooms? DW discovered how dance is helping some of them find the focus they need to keep learning.
Climate change protests are becoming more frequent in Poland as public concern grows, but despite several attempts, the party has never had a politician elected to Parliament.
Bangkok's fire department catches more snakes than it extinguishes fires. During the rainy season the reptiles often hide in peoples' homes. With snakes ranging from harmless to highly poisonous, fireman Sontaya Wangjam never knows what to expect.
Kipchoge, the world marathon record holder, will be hoping to be second time lucky after he narrowly failed in his first try in 2017 by running the length of a marathon in 2:00:25.
The US and China agreed to the first phase of a deal towards ending a trade war, prompting President Trump to suspend a tariff hike set for next week. The US President said: "There was a lot of friction, now it's a love fest."
Prince William joined England fans at London pub for Heads Up campaign.
Poland's nationalist Law and Justice (PiS) party is set to win Sunday's election, but will it be able to form a majority in parliament?