A French processing company is in the spotlight over the horsemeat scandal that's sweeping Europe. The government in Paris has accused a firm called Spanghero of knowingly selling horsemeat as beef. The company denies the allegation.
The UK government has pledged £12m (15 million euros) in a bid to control the growing number of illegal immigrants attempting to cross the English Channel from Calais to Britain.
Passions are running high as Scots prepare to decide whether to remain a part of the UK. With polls too close to call ahead of the referendum, each side says it's confident undecided voters will rally to their cause.
Britain and Germany have said they will not participate in any airstrikes on Syria. However, they will consider other ways of eliminating the "Islamic State" group from Iraq and Syria.
The Paris anti-terror conference has produced nothing new. Enough talking - we can analyze the causes later on. What's needed now is action to counter the "Islamic State" terrorist militia, says DW's Bernd Riegert.
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