Serbia announces five million aid package for Srebrenica
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Serbia announces five million aid package for Srebrenica

Serbia is to donate five million euros to help rejuvenate the eastern Bosnian town of…

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‘Egypt is safe’ says President al-Sisi, visiting Sharm al-Sheikh after plane crash
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‘Egypt is safe’ says President al-Sisi, visiting Sharm al-Sheikh after plane crash

Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi visited Sharm al-Sheikh on Wednesday in what he said was…

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Portugal’s president caught in polarity that aborted the government
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Portugal’s president caught in polarity that aborted the government

Portugal is hovering in uncertainty after left-wing MPs brought about the government’s collapse on Tuesday.…

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Violence erupts as Poland marks Independence Day
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Violence erupts as Poland marks Independence Day

Tens of thousands of far-right activists have taken part in Poland’s annual Independence March. The…

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Christmas cup blackens Starbucks image in online attacks
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Christmas cup blackens Starbucks image in online attacks

In the ‘tempest in a teacup’ category — only here it’s a coffee cup —…

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Fourteen dead as migrant boat sinks off Turkey’s Aegean coast
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Fourteen dead as migrant boat sinks off Turkey’s Aegean coast

At least 14 people, including seven children, have died after their small boat sank off…

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Syria conflict: Turkey’s Erdogan issues a ‘friendly warning’
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Syria conflict: Turkey’s Erdogan issues a ‘friendly warning’

Turkey renewed calls for a safe zone for refugees in Syria on Wednesday as war…

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EU sparks row with Israel over settlement made goods labels
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EU sparks row with Israel over settlement made goods labels

A row has erupted between the European Union and Israel over the labelling of products…

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Afghan Hazara mourn, demand government guarantee security
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Afghan Hazara mourn, demand government guarantee security

The streets of Kabul rang with cries of ‘Down with terror!’, as thousands of “Afghan…

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Millions fall silent to mark Armistice Day
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Millions fall silent to mark Armistice Day

Millions of people across Europe and the world have taken part in Armistice Day commemorations.…

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