10 September 2014
EU Commission chief Juncker seeks to anchor the UK in Europe with a powerful finance job, Europe editor Gavin Hewitt reports.
The leader of Sweden's Social Democrats says he is ready to start coalition talks after their election win, but will not work with the far right.
Alex Salmond says the independence referendum is "a once in a generation opportunity" while Alistair Darling says there would be "no way back".
Fighting anti-Semitism is every German's duty, German Chancellor Angela Merkel tells a mass rally in Berlin, after growing attacks on Jews.
Has Turkey woken up to Islamic State threat?
Hit Turkish YouTube comedy opposes slum demolition
How MH17 was a watershed for those who saw the crash site
Brussels Jewish museum reopens after deadly attack
Aurora Borealis as seen from parts of Northern Ireland
‘Spider-dog’ prankster says he wants Poles to smile
Lyse Doucet on emerging bloc's challenge to West
Meet the men and women who work in the competitive world of financial trading
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