Two weeks of danger end with Syrian family’s arrival in Sweden
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Two weeks of danger end with Syrian family’s arrival in Sweden

For refugees arriving in Sweden for the first time on the high-speed train it is…

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Historic talks between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia
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Historic talks between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia

Sarajevo set the scene for historic talks between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. The first…

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Afghan women’s education pioneer wins WISE award in Doha – learning world
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Afghan women’s education pioneer wins WISE award in Doha – learning world

In Doha the 7th “World Innovation Summit for Education”:http://www.wise-qatar.org/summit, WISE is under way. The Sheikha…

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Maldives declares state of emergency
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Maldives declares state of emergency

Authorities in the Maldives have declared a 30-day state of emergency, citing a threat to…

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Justin Trudeau sworn in as Prime Minister of Canada – LIVE
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Justin Trudeau sworn in as Prime Minister of Canada – LIVE

Justin Trudeau has been sworn in as Canada’s 23rd prime minister. A standing ovation started…

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Trudeau’s ‘simple message’ embodies major ambitions
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Trudeau’s ‘simple message’ embodies major ambitions

Canada once earned a good reputation in the world. But under the new prime minister’s…

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Protesters blow whistles in Brussels to draw attention to the plight of whistleblowers and press…
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Protesters blow whistles in Brussels to draw attention to the plight of whistleblowers and press…

One year after the Lux leaks scandal, what about the protection of whistleblowers? That is…

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‘Dozens perish, three survive’ South Sudan plane crash
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‘Dozens perish, three survive’ South Sudan plane crash

Eyewitnesses say dozens of people have died after a cargo plane crashed on take-off at…

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Tourists stranded as volcanic ash cloud closes Bali airport
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Tourists stranded as volcanic ash cloud closes Bali airport

The international airport on the holiday island of Bali closed on Wednesday, with hundreds of…

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New consumer rights report reveals dishonest meat labelling in certain EU supermarkets
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New consumer rights report reveals dishonest meat labelling in certain EU supermarkets

Certain meat-based foods sold in supermarkets in the European Union are not properly labelled or…

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