Denmark votes in a too close to call election
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Denmark votes in a too close to call election

Danes are voting in an “election”:http://www.thestar.com.my/News/World/2015/06/17/In-Danish-election-campaign-turns-personal-in-tight-race/ that polls suggest is too close to call. Less…

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South Carolina police release photo of suspect in Charleston church shooting
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South Carolina police release photo of suspect in Charleston church shooting

Police in Charleston have released pictures of a young man they believe is responsible for…

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US: at least 9 killed in Charleston church massacre
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US: at least 9 killed in Charleston church massacre

The search for the killer of nine people at an African American church in Charleston,…

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MERS death toll reaches 23; WHO says rate of infection slowing
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MERS death toll reaches 23; WHO says rate of infection slowing

The World Health Organisation, (WHO), has praised South Korea’s approach to the “nationwide outbreak”:www.euronews.com/2015/06/17/eight-new-cases-of-mers-in-south-korea/ of…

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Pro-democracy revolt scuppers China’s reform plans for Hong Kong
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Pro-democracy revolt scuppers China’s reform plans for Hong Kong

Pro-Chinese members of Hong Kong’s legislature attempted to foil a revolt by pro-democracy members by…

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How much for the fighter jet? Russia holds ‘largest-ever’ military exhibition
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How much for the fighter jet? Russia holds ‘largest-ever’ military exhibition

Russian military might was on display on June 17 at “Army 2015”, a military technology…

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Chad bans burqa after two suicide bombings
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Chad bans burqa after two suicide bombings

Chad which is a predominantly Muslim country has banned people from wearing the full-face veil,…

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Italian police smash a major international mafia drugs ring
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Italian police smash a major international mafia drugs ring

Italian police have broken an international mafia drug trafficking ring , seizing more than four…

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Chile: Teachers and students protests against education reforms
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Chile: Teachers and students protests against education reforms

Tens of thousands of teachers and students have been protesting in Santiago against a government…

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Eurogroup ministers meet as Greece’s future hangs in the balance
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Eurogroup ministers meet as Greece’s future hangs in the balance

Eurozone finance minister meet in Luxembourg with the agenda dominated by the Greek financial crisis.…

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