Climate protests across Europe as COP25 summit enters second week

Climate protests across Europe as COP25 summit enters second week

Madrid, Paris, Brussels and London are among the European capitals to host climate change protests
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White Island Volcano erupts in New Zealand leaving at least five dead and several injured

White Island Volcano erupts in New Zealand leaving at least five dead and several injured

A volcano erupted in New Zealand on Monday leaving at least five dead and several tourists injured. Police said there could be more fatalities. 23 people have been transported to shore and over 27 remain on the island.
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Swedish activist Greta Thunberg visits COP25 counter-summit in Madrid

Swedish activist Greta Thunberg visits COP25 counter-summit in Madrid

Teenage activist Greta Thunberg visited an alternative climate summit for climate activists in Madrid, where COP25 is being held
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Outrage in India following string of violent rape and murder cases

Outrage in India following string of violent rape and murder cases

Women performed the feminist anthem 'A Rapist in Your Path' on Saturday to call out government inaction to tackle India's high rape rate.
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Pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong mark six months of protests

Pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong mark six months of protests

Protesters have expanded their demands to include an investigation into police brutality, setting protesters free, and universal suffrage.
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Mass protests in Belarus over president's meeting with Putin

Mass protests in Belarus over president's meeting with Putin

Demonstrators gather in Minsk in Belarus to protest against closer ties with Russia.
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UK leaders' debate: Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn clash over Brexit, security and fake news

UK leaders' debate: Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn clash over Brexit, security and fake news

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his rival Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn clashed over Brexit, security, fake news, and more in a leaders' debate six days before voters go to the polls.
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Only rain will put out Australia's raging bushfires, fire chiefs say

Only rain will put out Australia's raging bushfires, fire chiefs say

A three-year drought has left much of the vast country tinder dry and in some areas, fire chiefs say they won't be able to put fires out without rain.
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Merkel visits Auschwitz memorial for the first time after 14 years as Germany's Chancellor

Merkel visits Auschwitz memorial for the first time after 14 years as Germany's Chancellor

The Chancellor, accompanied by Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki during the visit, will bring a 60 million euro donation to help conserve the place where the Nazis ran their largest death camp.
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Protesters killed in Iraq hours after US sanctions Iraqi militia leaders

Protesters killed in Iraq hours after US sanctions Iraqi militia leaders

The attack came mere hours after the United States moved against three Iranian-backed Iraqi paramilitary leaders, slapping financial sanctions on them over deadly attacks against protesters.
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Far right Vox party strikes a chord with disenchanted Spaniards

Far right Vox party strikes a chord with disenchanted Spaniards

The city of Parla, south of Madrid, is a traditional left wing stronghold. Vox champions national unity while promising to halt illegal immigration and political corruption. Here that message struck a chord.
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Trading profit for health: exploring Bosnia's toxic relationship with coal

Trading profit for health: exploring Bosnia's toxic relationship with coal

Despite their detrimental impact on environment and health, this post-Yugoslav republic is not gearing up for decarbonisation. The reason? Money.
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Electric eel lights up aquarium Christmas tree

Electric eel lights up aquarium Christmas tree

This electric eel is named Miguel Wattson. He gives off electric shocks when he is feeding or excited.
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Abu Dhabi Youth Hub opens, UAE Youth Minister talks new challenges and initiatives

Abu Dhabi Youth Hub opens, UAE Youth Minister talks new challenges and initiatives

Against the UAE capital’s skyline of towering, angular buildings, the newly opened Abu Dhabi Youth Hub stands out.
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What’s it like to be a blind voice-over artist? Amal Al Mansouri tells her story

What’s it like to be a blind voice-over artist? Amal Al Mansouri tells her story

Thirty-one-year-old Emirati, Amal Al Mansouri is a struggling artist of a different kind.
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Are the French Alps a hub for a Russian espionage network?

Are the French Alps a hub for a Russian espionage network?

Towns such as Megeve, Chamonix, and Annemasse in the Haute-Savoie department in the Alps is said to have been used as a logistics base for the covert operations of at least 15 Russian spies in Europe.
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Hard left? Anti-Semetic? Truly for the many? Where are Labour right now?

Hard left? Anti-Semetic? Truly for the many? Where are Labour right now?

The Labour Party: Who are the main rivals to the poll-leading Conservatives', and how do they plan to take the country forward?
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Ukrainian beauty queen who was forced to give up crown sues for discrimination

Ukrainian beauty queen who was forced to give up crown sues for discrimination

Veronika Didusenko was crowned the most beautiful woman in her country. She took part and won the 2018 Miss Ukraine beauty-pageant. But then, after four days, she was forced to give up her crown once organisers discovered she was divorced and had ...
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Liberal Democrats hope tactical voting will win them Conservative seat in Winchester

Liberal Democrats hope tactical voting will win them Conservative seat in Winchester

"I honestly believe we can win this seat because there are so many Labour voters here that are saying to me, yes, I'm voting Liberal Democrat because I want to get that rotten conservative government out of Number 10," candidate Paula Ferguson tol...
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'Magic and dreams' as Lyon's beloved Festival of Lights kicks off Christmas season

'Magic and dreams' as Lyon's beloved Festival of Lights kicks off Christmas season

Lyon's hugely popular Fête des Lumières marking the start of the Christmas season kicks off this Thursday.
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Split over Europe: Will the Conservatives inner wranglings affect election chances?

Split over Europe: Will the Conservatives inner wranglings affect election chances?

Since the 2016 Brexit vote, the Conservatives have seen it as their mission to get Brexit done, putting them on a collision course with a frequently-hostile public.
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France at standstill as country strikes over pension reforms

France at standstill as country strikes over pension reforms

The strike is aimed as forcing French President Emmanuel Macron drop the new retirement pay legislation.
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Germany expels two Russian diplomats over murder of Chechen

Germany expels two Russian diplomats over murder of Chechen

Germany expelled two Russian diplomats from the embassy in Berlin over the murder of a former Chechen insurgent in August.
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Films tipped to win 2019 European Film Awards

Films tipped to win 2019 European Film Awards

The Favourite, The Traitor, J'Accuse, Pain and Glory, System Crasher, Les Miserables, who will win at this year's European Film Awards
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'How is he going to function in a credible manner?' EU mission calls for Muscat to quit now

'How is he going to function in a credible manner?' EU mission calls for Muscat to quit now

After a meeting with the Prime Minister, Sophie In ‘t Veld, who is leading the European parliament’s emergency fact-finding mission to Malta, says she doubts the government’s credibility.
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Trudeau, Macron, Johnson overheard mocking Trump at NATO reception

Trudeau, Macron, Johnson overheard mocking Trump at NATO reception

Canada's Justin Trudeau, France's Emmanuel Macron and Britain's Boris Johnson were caught on camera in a conversation apparently mocking US President Donald Trump as they were attending a NATO reception at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday evening.
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Well-being agenda: does this spell the end for GDP?

Well-being agenda: does this spell the end for GDP?

Iceland, Scotland and New Zealand leaders team up on social priorities
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Russia Media Freedom: New laws label journalists & bloggers 'foreign agents'

Russia Media Freedom: New laws label journalists & bloggers 'foreign agents'

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed two controversial security bills into law. One will require certain technology sold in the country to include pre-installed software from the government, the other would designate certain journalists and...
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Is Trump really 'beyond impeachment'? Latest report makes the case that he isn't

Is Trump really 'beyond impeachment'? Latest report makes the case that he isn't

It also says the US President obstructed the inquiry by intimidating witnesses. Trump denies wrongdoing.
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'NATO will declare that space is a new domain', says former Deputy Assistant Secretary General

'NATO will declare that space is a new domain', says former Deputy Assistant Secretary General

Underneath the sparring, the fundamentals of the organisation remain strong, argues Jamie Shea, who is Senior Fellow at the Friends of Europe think tank.
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Eggs thrown at Malta PM Muscat as European delegation orders him to resign immediately

Eggs thrown at Malta PM Muscat as European delegation orders him to resign immediately

The victim’s family want Muscat to resign immediately, saying he is shielding friends and associates from the investigation. He is refusing to leave until his party has chosen a replacement.
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100kg 'ball of rubbish' found in stomach of whale on Scottish beach

100kg 'ball of rubbish' found in stomach of whale on Scottish beach

A group that deals with whale carcasses said there was a "horrific" amount of plastic in the animal's stomach.
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Britons living in EU countries ‘denied democracy’ in UK ‘Brexit election’

Britons living in EU countries ‘denied democracy’ in UK ‘Brexit election’

Brexit directly impacts Britons living on the continent – but many are barred from voting in the UK general election, while others fear their ballots won’t be counted.
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Watch: Iranians in France demonstrate against Tehran protest crackdown

Watch: Iranians in France demonstrate against Tehran protest crackdown

Unrest was sparked after the government announced a hike in petrol prices, and quickly turned political. Amnesty International has said at least 161 people have been killed, but Tehran has rejected this figure.
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Protesters call for Malta PM Muscat to immediately stand down over journalist murder investigation

Protesters call for Malta PM Muscat to immediately stand down over journalist murder investigation

Muscat announced on Sunday night that he would resign in January amid outcry over the two-year-old investigation into the 2017 killing of Daphne Caruana Galizia who had been looking into suspected corrupt dealings in political and business circles...
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The big unveil: Jean-Claude Juncker to Ursula von der Leyen

The big unveil: Jean-Claude Juncker to Ursula von der Leyen

Watch the official handover of President Jean-Claude Juncker to President Ursula von der Leyen.
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Spanish Parliament reconvenes - with Sanchez still short of majority

Spanish Parliament reconvenes - with Sanchez still short of majority

Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez is seeking to form a coalition government with far left partners Podemos, but the two parties together don’t have enough seats to form an absolute majority.
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COP25 in Madrid: UN Secretary-General Guterres says planet is 'close to a point of no return'

COP25 in Madrid: UN Secretary-General Guterres says planet is 'close to a point of no return'

The Climate Summit, which should lay the bases for a new phase of climate action, starts today in Madrid. #COP25 is the last UN climate meeting before 2020, when many nations must submit new action plans.
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France says EU ready to respond strongly to latest US tariff threat amid digital tax spat

France says EU ready to respond strongly to latest US tariff threat amid digital tax spat

French Finance minister Bruno Le Maire said on Monday that the US threat to impose duties of up to 100% on ‎€2.17 billion in imports from France was "unacceptable" and that the EU stood ready to "respond strongly" in case Washington went ahead wit...
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NATO summit toasts 70 years. But is it waving or drowning?

NATO summit toasts 70 years. But is it waving or drowning?

NATO summit toasts 70 years. But is it waving or drowning?
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UK politicians trade blows on anti-terror laws following London Bridge attack

UK politicians trade blows on anti-terror laws following London Bridge attack

With a general election just over a week away, the rehabilitation of convicted terrorists has become a hot button issue for political parties.
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'Can you feel the emergency?' Hungarian rapper calls for climate action in his latest hit

'Can you feel the emergency?' Hungarian rapper calls for climate action in his latest hit

The call to arms for the climate emergency has penetrated politics and is now heading into rap. Watch Hungary's influential artist Áron Molnár in his new video.
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Hong Kong's business district puts protests on the lunch menu

Hong Kong's business district puts protests on the lunch menu

Hundreds of office workers in Hong Kong's business district gathered on Monday for the first in a week of lunchtime protests backing the pro-democracy movement after its resounding victory in district polls held last week.
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Malta's PM announces plan to step down amid crisis over murdered journalist probe

Malta's PM announces plan to step down amid crisis over murdered journalist probe

Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, engulfed in crisis over the probe into a murdered journalist, announced on Sunday he planned to step down, saying he would ask his ruling Labour Party to start choosing a new leader for the country next month.
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Extreme weather kills five in southern France, including three rescue workers

Extreme weather kills five in southern France, including three rescue workers

Two people were killed by floods in the French Riviera on Sunday and three emergency workers died in a helicopter crash while on a rescue mission, authorities said.
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German far-right AfD party elects new leader backed by radical wing

German far-right AfD party elects new leader backed by radical wing

The far-right Alternative for Germany on Saturday elected a decorator from the east backed by a radical wing within the party as one of two co-leaders.
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