Crowds show support for Lech Walesa in Gdansk hometown
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Crowds show support for Lech Walesa in Gdansk hometown

Crowds of people have gathered in Gdansk, the cradle of Poland’s 1980s solidarity movement, to…

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FYROM allows in hundreds of migrants, as others remain trapped in Greece
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FYROM allows in hundreds of migrants, as others remain trapped in Greece

The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia has opened its frontier with Greece – albeit briefly…

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Syria’s shaky ceasefire in doubt? Reports of bombings and strikes
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Syria’s shaky ceasefire in doubt? Reports of bombings and strikes

Amid Syria’s shaky ceasefire, there claims of breaches. Barrel bombs are said to have been…

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Hollywood hosts Oscars amid diversity row
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Hollywood hosts Oscars amid diversity row

Stars of the big screen have been stepping out on the world’s most watched stretch…

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Swiss reject deportation of foreign criminals in referendum
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Swiss reject deportation of foreign criminals in referendum

Swiss voters have rejected a right-wing proposal to deport foreign law-breakers in a referendum. The end tally showed 58.9…

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Turkey: Erdogan says he won’t ‘accept’ or ‘respect’ court decision to free journalists
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Turkey: Erdogan says he won’t ‘accept’ or ‘respect’ court decision to free journalists

The controversial case of two Turkish journalists, who were freed from detention on Friday, has…

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DiCaprio gets a silver Oscar in Siberia
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DiCaprio gets a silver Oscar in Siberia

Siberian fans of Leonardo DiCaprio have made a symbolic 1.5 kilo silver statue for their…

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Running with tanks in Belgrade
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Running with tanks in Belgrade

Dozens have taken part in a peace run in Belgrade to raise awareness about those…

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30 years since the death of Olof Palme
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30 years since the death of Olof Palme

Sweden is marking 30 years since the death of its Prime Minister Olof Palme. The…

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Greece: Macedonian authorities briefly open border, but thousands still stranded in Idomeni
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Greece: Macedonian authorities briefly open border, but thousands still stranded in Idomeni

The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) on Saturday briefly opened the border Gevgelija-Idomeni border…

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