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Trump and Biden trade insults over Portland unrest
Trump and Biden trade insults over Portland unrest
President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden have been accusing one another over violence that has erupted at p...
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1 month ago
Paralysed Jacob Blake 'handcuffed to hospital bed'
Paralysed Jacob Blake 'handcuffed to hospital bed'
Jacob Blake, the black man shot seven times in the back by police in the US state of Wisconsin, has been handcuffed to h...
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2 months ago
Thousands gather at historic March on Washington
Thousands gather at historic March on Washington
Thousands are gathered in Washington DC to commemorate the 1963 civil rights March on Washington and in protest of polic...
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2 months ago
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe resigns for health reasons
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe resigns for health reasons
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe has announced his resignation for health reasons. He said he did not want his illness to get in th...
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2 months ago
Polar bear kills man in Norway's Svalbard
Polar bear kills man in Norway's Svalbard
A polar bear has killed a man in Norway's Arctic Spitsbergen island, local officials say. The attack occurred at a campsi...
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2 months ago
Africa declared free of polio
Africa declared free of polio
Africa has been declared free from wild polio by the independent body, the Africa Regional Certification Commission. Poli...
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2 months ago
Black man police shot is 'paralysed', father says
Black man police shot is 'paralysed', father says
The black man shot many times in the back by Wisconsin police officers is paralysed from the waist down, his father has ...
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2 months ago
Kremlin dismisses claims Putin poisoned Navalny
Kremlin dismisses claims Putin poisoned Navalny
The Kremlin has dismissed accusations that President Vladimir Putin sanctioned the poisoning of critic Alexei Navalny. Sp...
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2 months ago
Putin critic Navalny 'probably poisoned' - doctors
Putin critic Navalny 'probably poisoned' - doctors
The Berlin hospital treating the seriously ill Russian opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, says he appears to have been p...
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2 months ago
Pompeo urges more Arab states to seek Israel deals
Pompeo urges more Arab states to seek Israel deals
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said he hopes to see other Arab states following the United Arab Emirates and norm...
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2 months ago
Gold diggers bulldoze ancient Sudanese site
Gold diggers bulldoze ancient Sudanese site
Illegal gold diggers have destroyed a 2,000-year-old archaeological site in Sudan in the eastern region of the Sahara de...
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2 months ago
Facebook agrees to pay France €106m in back taxes
Facebook agrees to pay France €106m in back taxes
Facebook has agreed to pay the French government €106m (£95.7m) in back taxes to settle a dispute over revenues earne...
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2 months ago
Protests erupt as Wisconsin police shoot black man
Protests erupt as Wisconsin police shoot black man
Protests have erupted in the US state of Wisconsin after police shot a black man many times while responding to what the...
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2 months ago
Russian doctors agree to let Navalny go to Germany
Russian doctors agree to let Navalny go to Germany
Russian doctors treating Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, who fell into a coma after being taken ill on a plane, have chan...
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2 months ago
'Mail-in votes will be delivered on time'
'Mail-in votes will be delivered on time'
The head of the US Postal Service has vowed the agency is "fully capable and committed" to handling the nation's mail-in...
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2 months ago
'We will stand till the end' - Belarus opposition
'We will stand till the end' - Belarus opposition
Belarus opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya has vowed to "stand till the end" in protests over disputed elections a...
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2 months ago
PSG shirts to be banned in Marseille on Sunday
PSG shirts to be banned in Marseille on Sunday
Paris Saint-Germain fans have been banned by police from wearing their team's shirt in the city centre of fierce rivals ...
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2 months ago
Senegal seeks to move huge ammonium nitrate stock
Senegal seeks to move huge ammonium nitrate stock
Senegalese officials say they have asked for 2,700 tonnes of ammonium nitrate - the chemical which caused a huge explosi...
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2 months ago
Workers boo Belarus president as protests spread
Workers boo Belarus president as protests spread
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has been heckled by workers on a visit to a factory as anger mounts over his d...
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2 months ago
The most striking pictures from Belarus protests
The most striking pictures from Belarus protests
Belarus has been gripped by unprecedented mass protests, with hundreds of thousands of people taking to the streets in r...
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2 months ago