Jesse Jackson: ‘We’re winning’ battle for racial equality
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Jesse Jackson: ‘We’re winning’ battle for racial equality

Reverend Jesse Jackson has devoted his life to civil rights activism in the US and…

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France: Baby and policeman among four shot dead at travellers’ camp
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France: Baby and policeman among four shot dead at travellers’ camp

A dispute at a travellers’ camp in northern France on Tuesday ended with a gunman…

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France opens terror probe into train shooting suspect Ayoub el Khazzani
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France opens terror probe into train shooting suspect Ayoub el Khazzani

France has opened an investigation for attempted murder with terrorist intent into suspected Islamist gunman…

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Deadly floods hit northeast Turkey
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Deadly floods hit northeast Turkey

At least eight people have been killed and one person is still missing after floods…

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Poland to pay millions in compensation to drought affected farms
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Poland to pay millions in compensation to drought affected farms

Poland will pay more than 500 million zloty (118 million euros) in compensation to farmers…

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New Orleans recovery entrenches inequality critics say
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New Orleans recovery entrenches inequality critics say

New Orleans has been resurrected since Hurricane Katrina struck the US Gulf Coast, ten years…

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Mandela’s grandson granted bail in trial over rape charge
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Mandela’s grandson granted bail in trial over rape charge

A South African court has granted bail to one of Nelson Mandela’s grandsons who was…

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Sentsov sings Ukrainian anthem as jail sentence is read out in Russia
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Sentsov sings Ukrainian anthem as jail sentence is read out in Russia

A Russian court has sentenced Ukrainian film-maker Oleg Sentsov to 20 years in prison on…

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Turkey PM works on interim cabinet ahead of November 1 snap election
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Turkey PM works on interim cabinet ahead of November 1 snap election

Turkish prime minister Ahmet Davutoglu has asked opposition parties to join an interim government ahead…

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Germany embraces Syrian asylum seekers but tensions remain
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Germany embraces Syrian asylum seekers but tensions remain

Germany is receiving more asylum seekers than any other EU country, with all the challenges…

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