Pope Francis celebrates mass with Ugandan faithful
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Pope Francis celebrates mass with Ugandan faithful

Hundreds of thousands of people have turned out to greet Pope Francis in Uganda. He…

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Get your skates on! Massive ice rink opens in Moscow
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Get your skates on! Massive ice rink opens in Moscow

A massive ice skating rink has opened in Moscow, measuring 20,000 square metres. The attraction,…

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Merkel faces call to resign amid migrant crisis criticism
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Merkel faces call to resign amid migrant crisis criticism

A German right-wing party is calling on Chancellor Angela Merkel to go, amid criticism of…

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Islamist rebel group claims responsibility for deadly attack on UN base in northern Mali
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Islamist rebel group claims responsibility for deadly attack on UN base in northern Mali

The Malian Islamist rebel group Ansar Dine has reportedly claimed responsibility for a deadly attack…

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Campaigners vow to defy protest ban on eve of Paris climate summit
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Campaigners vow to defy protest ban on eve of Paris climate summit

Security is tight at the Le Bourget conference centre near Paris, on the eve of…

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Questions raised after pro-Kurdish lawyer shot dead in southern Turkey
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Questions raised after pro-Kurdish lawyer shot dead in southern Turkey

Questions are being asked about whether or not a top pro-Kurdish lawyer who died during…

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Mali: at least 3 dead, 4 seriously injured in attack on UN base in Kidal
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Mali: at least 3 dead, 4 seriously injured in attack on UN base in Kidal

The United Nations says at least two of its personnel and one civilian have died…

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All eyes on King Tut’s tomb in search for ancient Egypt’s lost Queen Nefertiti
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All eyes on King Tut’s tomb in search for ancient Egypt’s lost Queen Nefertiti

Speculation is mounting that Tutankhamun’s tomb could lead the way to the last resting place…

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COP21: climate change provokes protests of all shapes and sizes
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COP21: climate change provokes protests of all shapes and sizes

Ahead of Monday’s (November 30) United Nations climate conference in the French capital, Oxfam set…

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Another border fence in Europe ahead of crucial migration summit
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Another border fence in Europe ahead of crucial migration summit

Police in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia on Saturday fired tear gas and stun…

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