France confirms first European coronavirus cases
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France confirms first European coronavirus cases

France has announced three cases of the deadly new virus from China, the first in…

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Iraq’s Sadrists withdraw support for protest movement
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Iraq’s Sadrists withdraw support for protest movement

Iraq’s largest political bloc – the Sadrists – have withdrawn their support for the anti-government…

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Civilian deaths as Myanmar army shells Rohingya village
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Civilian deaths as Myanmar army shells Rohingya village

At least two people have been killed in Myanmar after troops fired shells into a…

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Controversy over Germany ‘anti-Jewish’ artwork
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Controversy over Germany ‘anti-Jewish’ artwork

The world will commemorate International Holocaust Day, or International Day of Commemoration in memory of…

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Rescue efforts under way after deadly quake rattles east Turkey
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Rescue efforts under way after deadly quake rattles east Turkey

Search and rescue efforts are under way after a deadly earthquake struck eastern Turkey, killing…

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China’s Hubei: ‘Epicentre’ of coronavirus
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China’s Hubei: ‘Epicentre’ of coronavirus

The growing coronavirus outbreak is casting a shadow over the Chinese Lunar New Year and…

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The Murdoch media: Polluting Australia’s airwaves? | The Listening Post (Full)
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The Murdoch media: Polluting Australia’s airwaves? | The Listening Post (Full)

On The Listening Post this week: As the Australian bushfires blaze on, Rupert Murdoch’s news…

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Hong Kong’s leader declares Wuhan virus emergency
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Hong Kong’s leader declares Wuhan virus emergency

Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam has declared a health emergency, in response to the coronavirus…

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Struggle continues for ethnic minority in Myanmar
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Struggle continues for ethnic minority in Myanmar

The Rohingya people are welcoming a unanimous ruling from the UN’s highest court. The International…

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40,000 people living in makeshift detention centres in Libya
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40,000 people living in makeshift detention centres in Libya

The death of a young man has highlighted the appalling conditions of migrants held in…

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