Masses of migrants and refugees adrift in Croatia
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Masses of migrants and refugees adrift in Croatia

Euronews is the Croatian town of Tovarnik near the Serbian border one day after Croatia’s…

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Egypt gets a new government with rising star Sherif Ismail as Prime Minister
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Egypt gets a new government with rising star Sherif Ismail as Prime Minister

Egypt has a new government one month ahead of a general election with Sherif Ismail…

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Former mayor of Tibilisi given four and half year’s jail by Georgian court
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Former mayor of Tibilisi given four and half year’s jail by Georgian court

The opposition in Georgia is up in arms at the sentencing of the former mayor…

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California orders Volkswagen to recall 500,000 cars for cheating emissions tests
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California orders Volkswagen to recall 500,000 cars for cheating emissions tests

Germany’s number one carmaker Volkswagen is in deep trouble in the USA after Californian authorities…

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‘Noah’s Arc for Climate’ sails along River Seine in Paris
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‘Noah’s Arc for Climate’ sails along River Seine in Paris

Some 140 coloured animals representing Noah’s Arc sailed up the River Seine in Paris on…

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Greeks resignedly prepare for Sunday’s general election in glum mood
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Greeks resignedly prepare for Sunday’s general election in glum mood

For the third time in nine months the Greeks are being asked to take their…

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Greece prepares for migrants crossing Maritsa river from Turkey
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Greece prepares for migrants crossing Maritsa river from Turkey

Several thousand migrants and refugees spend Friday (September 18) night in an open-air sports arena…

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Borders close around Hungary as Balkans feel the weight of refugee crisis
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Borders close around Hungary as Balkans feel the weight of refugee crisis

The Balkans this weekend resembles a pinball machine, with people being flipped from border to…

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Banzai back in the vocabulary as Japan passes law allowing combat deployments
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Banzai back in the vocabulary as Japan passes law allowing combat deployments

Japan has taken a decisive step away from its postwar stance on defence with a…

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Russia and America start talking again to avoid shooting each other in Syria
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Russia and America start talking again to avoid shooting each other in Syria

There is no let-up in airstrikes by the Syrian government against rebel-held areas, with at…

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