Police foil drone plot to smuggle contraband into US prisons
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Police foil drone plot to smuggle contraband into US prisons

Officials in the US state of Maryland said on Monday (August 24) they foiled a…

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Two Ashley Madison clients may have killed themselves, says police
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Two Ashley Madison clients may have killed themselves, says police

Police in Canada say at least two people may have committed suicide following the hacking…

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Iran-US ‘Great Satan vs Ayatollahs’ mentality lingers
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Iran-US ‘Great Satan vs Ayatollahs’ mentality lingers

The reopening of Britain’s embassy in Tehran reopening on Sunday, after a four-year pause, boosts…

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Merkle and Hollande urge ‘unified’ response to EU refugee crisis
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Merkle and Hollande urge ‘unified’ response to EU refugee crisis

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande have called for a “unified” response…

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Ukraine: 24 years of independence from Soviet rule
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Ukraine: 24 years of independence from Soviet rule

*Ukraine is marking 24 years of independence from Soviet rule.* There have been ceremonies in…

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European ministers to discuss extra train security measures
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European ministers to discuss extra train security measures

Increased security measures on the Amsterdam to Paris high-speed Thalys train were very evident as…

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Greece is entry point for nearly half of all migrants to Europe
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Greece is entry point for nearly half of all migrants to Europe

For the second time in two days, the ferry ‘Venizelos’ docks in Piraeus port, Athens,…

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Thousands of desperate migrants en route to the EU since Saturday
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Thousands of desperate migrants en route to the EU since Saturday

Thousands of migrants have made their way through no man’s land from the Former Yugoslav…

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‘Back to school’ delayed in Gaza amid UN teachers strike
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‘Back to school’ delayed in Gaza amid UN teachers strike

More than 200,000 children in the Gaza Strip were unable to return to school on…

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Migrants: scuffles with police as hundreds march in Milan
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Migrants: scuffles with police as hundreds march in Milan

*Hundreds of migrants marched down the main Fulvio Testi road, one of the major arteries…

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