Watch: Muroya sets course for air race victory in spectacular fashion
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Watch: Muroya sets course for air race victory in spectacular fashion

2017 Red Bull Air Race world champion Yoshihide Muroya is the only Japanese pilot in…

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Luxembourg PM Xavier Bettel says European elections ‘a wake up call’
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Luxembourg PM Xavier Bettel says European elections ‘a wake up call’

In an interview with Euronews, Luxembourg’s prime minister reacted to the recent European elections and…

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Moldova had two, parallel governments. Now, one of them has quit
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Moldova had two, parallel governments. Now, one of them has quit

The Democratic Party, chaired by controversial oligarch Vladimir Plahotniuc, has resigned from power, paving the…

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‘Where is Boris?’ Five of six Tory candidates face off in debate
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‘Where is Boris?’ Five of six Tory candidates face off in debate

Five of the six Tory candidates faced off on Sunday night in a televised debate…

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Former Catalan President must visit Madrid, and risk arrest, to activate MEP status
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Former Catalan President must visit Madrid, and risk arrest, to activate MEP status

Carles Puigdemont, former President of Catalonia, will have to travel to Madrid today if he’s…

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New Moldovan Prime Minister to seek closer ties with EU
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New Moldovan Prime Minister to seek closer ties with EU

Moldova’s new Prime Minister Maia Sandu says her country will seek stronger ties with the…

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Salvini says he “appreciates the Trump administration” ahead of Washington trip
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Salvini says he “appreciates the Trump administration” ahead of Washington trip

Italian Deputy PM and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini if on a charm offensive ahead of…

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Tanker attacks create “hugely worrying”  situation in Gulf
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Tanker attacks create “hugely worrying” situation in Gulf

Iranian miscalculations over western “red lines” could lead to a conflict that nobody wants, Gulf…

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Sudan’s ex-president Bashir charged with corruption, appearing in public for first time since coup
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Sudan’s ex-president Bashir charged with corruption, appearing in public for first time since coup

Sudan’s ex-president Bashir charged with corruption, appearing in public for first time since coup… READ…

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“Do You Hear The People Sing?” on the streets of Hong Kong as protests continue | #TheCube
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“Do You Hear The People Sing?” on the streets of Hong Kong as protests continue | #TheCube

#TheCube | Protestors are once again in the streets of Hong Kong, this time demanding…

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