Calais chaos as strikes close port and tunnel, while migrants attempt crossing
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Calais chaos as strikes close port and tunnel, while migrants attempt crossing

Desperate to cross the channel, migrants in Calais took their chances by attempting to stowaway…

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ISIL claims destruction of Palmyra has begun
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ISIL claims destruction of Palmyra has begun

Islamic extremists ISIL, who were reported on Sunday to have mined the ancient city of…

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Turkey: first hung parliament since 2002 sworn in
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Turkey: first hung parliament since 2002 sworn in

Turkey’s first hung parliament since 2002 has been sworn in in Ankara. The pressure is…

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British teenage boys accused of Auschwitz theft
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British teenage boys accused of Auschwitz theft

Two teenage British boys are in detention in Poland after they were accused of stealing…

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American Civil War flag offends many as symbol of slavery
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American Civil War flag offends many as symbol of slavery

Held for nine murders in Charleston, South Carolina, Dylann Roof has also fired up passions…

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India mourns the death of Mother Teresa’s successor, Sister Nirmala Joshi
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India mourns the death of Mother Teresa’s successor, Sister Nirmala Joshi

Sister Nirmala Joshi, who took over Mother Teresa’s mission upon the Nobel laureate’s death in…

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Assault rap hangs over P.Diddy after football field argument
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Assault rap hangs over P.Diddy after football field argument

Rap star and record company boss Sean “P. Diddy” Combs has been arrested and charged…

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Hollywood music man James Horner leaves mighty legacy
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Hollywood music man James Horner leaves mighty legacy

The film world is mourning the premature death of composer James Horner, who won two…

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Paris and Berlin residents express their feeling on Greece bailout talks
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Paris and Berlin residents express their feeling on Greece bailout talks

As the eurozone heads into day two of its critical week of Greek bailout talks,…

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Armenian police break up protests at electricity price rise in Yerevan
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Armenian police break up protests at electricity price rise in Yerevan

More than 5000 people took to the streets of the Armenian capital Yerevan on Tuesday…

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