Nine Catalan independence leaders have received lengthy prison sentences of between nine and 13 years for their part in a failed 2017 attempt to split from Spain, but were acquitted of the most serious charge against them.
In the middle of the night, Imam Ibrahim Noonan answered the phone and heard an unfamiliar Irish voice.
Domenico Giani had "no responsibility" for the leak but resigned out of "love", the Holy See said.
Negotiating teams meet again after all sides warn there is still a lot of work to do to find agreement.
Crime and health take centre stage, but opposition parties dismiss the programme as "election manifesto".
Italian newspapers that have depicted Link University as either a shady diploma mill or den of spies, unfairly tarnishing its reputation, its president says.
They are said to have links to the man who killed four colleagues at the Paris police HQ on 3 October.
The writer discusses why "human decency has to survive" ahead of the release of his latest spy novel.
Vanda Kizmaz, from Bourne in Lincolnshire, imports 60 Romanian strays each month.
In four years since coming to power, the Law and Justice party has tried to reshape the country in ways that critics say undermine democracy and the rule of law.
A far-right party is exerting its political influence in the Spanish capital of Madrid, starting with its Christmas lights.
Luis Fernando Pozo was not badly hurt and later met the royal family.
"Technical discussions" are going on after the PM suggested there is a "pathway to a possible deal".
The Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to Abiy Ahmed, the Ethiopian Prime Minister who helped end his country's 20-year war with Eritrea.
A bank robber who used his legal right to a "last word" to speak for five days in court has been sentenced to 12-and-a-half years in jail.