From the Express, the Court of Appeal upholds a lower court ruling that forbids Alfie Evans from being moved to Italy.
From Voice Of Europe, President Trump will visit the United Kingdom this July.
From Independent Balkan News Agency, Turkey is urged to deliver on their Syria promises.
From Sputnik International, to rally against anti-Semitism, "Berlin wears a kippa".
From Deutsche Welle, a German court will rule on age tests for refugees.
From Politico, the E.U. considers a plan to fingerprint migrant children.
From Russia Today, some of the stadiums in which Russia will host the World Cup.
From Breitbart London, the mother of a terror victim confronts her alleged killer at his trial.
From Flanders News, Belgium pledges €26 million for Syrian refugees.
From The Brussels Times, the international community has pledged about $4.4 billion toward humanitarian aid for Syrian and its refugees.
From the NL Times, according to an anti-monarchy group, the Dutch royal family costs a lot more than is reported.
From Dutch News, the Dutch prime minister faces a "stormy debate" over memos about abolishing the tax on dividends.
From Ekathimerini, the Greek migration minister drafts plans to deal with the increasing migrant influx.
From The Local IT, some information on Italy's Liberation Day.
From France24, Australians observe Anzac Day near the Somme river in France.
From the New Straits Times, Malaysia bans six books.
From The Guardian, an eighth-century manuscript of the Koran appears to have been written over text from the Bible.
From the Egypt Independent, calls to delete verses from the Koran are denounced. (Asking any religion to change its scriptures is very unrealistic.)
From Gatestone Institute, is Sweden's immigration policy becoming lawless?
From FrontpageMag, Facebook's anti-right bias.
From the New York Post, how to deal with intestinal gas.
From the Mirror, ten "weird and wonderful products that have been discontinued".
And from MomZette, in Mississippi, sorority girls grant a World War II veteran his dying wish.