The Catholic Church in Ireland may be facing yet another major scandal involving children: 796 babies and toddlers were buried in a mass grave outside a home for unmarried mothers, run by Catholic nuns.
A local researcher has discovered the names and the causes of death of 796 children buried at Tuam, County Galway. The revelation has caused widespread revulsion in Ireland and across the world.
However, there has also been some anger in Tuam as residents have criticized the sensationalism surrounding the story.
After the debacle in Riga, Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis will have to do without his chief negotiator. But Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras may face resistance from the left wing of his party on any debt deal.
Over 150 people have abandoned a ferry that caught fire while on its way from Spain's Palma de Mallorca to Valencia. Three crew members have been injured, officials said.
The European Commission has proposed an anti-terror cell after increased threats following attacks in Paris, Copenhagen and Brussels. The cell will be a part of Europol with headquarters in The Hague.
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