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A German man was missing his car for 20 years before he was reunited with it.

Man reunited with car 20 years after he forgot where it was parked

The car was found when the building it was parked in was set for demolition.

Coolmoyne

Irish tower goes up in flames

It's believed all the residents made it out safely.

Jacinda Ardern arrives for the East Asia Summit.

Ardern puts TPP on the backburner

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is set to shift her focus to a trade deal with the European Union.

Spider

Woman calls fire brigade to rescue her from 'huge spider' in her bed

Three police officers were dispatched to remove the offending arachnid.

Dresses made of chocolate are on display for the world's largest gathering of chocolate-lovers.

Kit Katwalk? Chocolate dresses hit the runway

The Salon du Chocolat event kicked off in Paris this weekend.

The protest was the largest display of support for a united Spain since the crisis began.

Thousands march for unity in Barcelona

The protest was the largest display of support for a united Spain since the crisis began.

Four of the victims were killed by falling trees.

Strong winds kill 5 in central Europe

Four of the victims were killed by falling trees and one drowned at a campsite.

Catalan independence supporters

Catalonia declares independence, angering Madrid

Catalonia's regional parliament has declared independence from Spain, but Madrid is asserting control.

Couple toasting with wine in cafe

Bad weather hits global wine production

This year's harvest is expected to be a 36-year low.

A British man has opened up about living in the woods for 10 years after leaving his wife.

British man lived in woods for 10 years to avoid wife

He left home without telling anyone.

The flag of Catalonia.

Spain increases security across Catalonia

The region is trying to declare independence.

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EU not working on plan for 'no deal' Brexit

It says it is not working on a scenario where Britain changes its mind.

The woman who tried to scale the Buckingham Palace gates has been charged with being drunk and disorderly.

UK woman tries to scale Buckingham Palace gates

She has been charged with being drunk and disorderly.

Thousands protest Catalan independence in Barcelona.

Thousands protest Catalan independence in Barcelona

Spain’s Prime Minister said he would not rule out removing Catalonia's government.

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Terror attacks using guns kill more people

The US has the highest rate of firearm use in terror attacks and the most lethal, a new study has found.

Europe

Runner accidentally flashes genitals at marathon's climax

Onlookers got more than they bargained for, as the man bounded to the finish.

Catalan officials say the poll shows that a majority who voted favour secession.

Catalonia referendum 'not legal' - European Union

The EU added that the Spanish government needed to open dialogue with the state.

The vote has been deemed illegal by Spanish authorities.

Catalonia referendum: Police block polling booths

Tens of thousands of Catalans want independence - but Spain has ruled the vote illegal.

Europe

Mum goes to Europe and leaves kids home alone

The children were aged between six and 12.

Chancellor Angela Merkel

Merkel wins, far-right enters German parliament

Failing to secure a majority, Merkel will have to form a coalition government.