Ukraine: Firefighters burn their uniforms in labour rights protest
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Ukraine: Firefighters burn their uniforms in labour rights protest

Around 200 fiefighters gathered near the Ukrainian Parliament (Rada) in central Kiev, Thursday, to protest…

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Germany: US Treasury chief Lew talks Greek debt crisis with Schaeuble
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Germany: US Treasury chief Lew talks Greek debt crisis with Schaeuble

US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew arrived at the Finance Ministry in Berlin, Thursday to discuss…

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Greece: Morning headlines see rift in Syriza following bailout vote
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Greece: Morning headlines see rift in Syriza following bailout vote

“He carries on, wounded” and “Syriza on fire” were among the Greek newspaper headlines in…

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Germany: Three thousand evacuated as WWII bomb defused near Berlin
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Germany: Three thousand evacuated as WWII bomb defused near Berlin

Over 3,000 inhabitants of Hennigsdorf, a town located just outside Berlin, were evacuated as experts…

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Uzbekistan: Lavrov discusses bilateral ties with Uzbek FM
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Uzbekistan: Lavrov discusses bilateral ties with Uzbek FM

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov met his Uzbek counterpart Abdulaziz Kamilov in Tashkent, Wednesday, to…

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USA: FIFA must be reformed from the top – head of US Soccer Dan Flynn
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USA: FIFA must be reformed from the top – head of US Soccer Dan Flynn

FIFA must implement comprehensive reforms starting at the top, beginning with the election of a…

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Greece: Share burden of responsibility to help working class, says Tsipras ahead of crucial vote
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Greece: Share burden of responsibility to help working class, says Tsipras ahead of crucial vote

In response to the creditors’ blackmail, “there is no other choice but to share altogether…

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Greece: Police remove anti-austerity protesters from Syntagma Square
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Greece: Police remove anti-austerity protesters from Syntagma Square

The last remaining anti-austerity protesters were removed from Athen’s Syntagma Square by riot police in…

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Greece: Tsipras tells MPs he is ‘proud’ of Greek struggle ahead of austerity vote
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Greece: Tsipras tells MPs he is ‘proud’ of Greek struggle ahead of austerity vote

“I am proud of this struggle”, said Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras whilst addressing parliament…

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LIVE: Greek Parliament to discuss bailout deal before lawmakers debate the bill
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LIVE: Greek Parliament to discuss bailout deal before lawmakers debate the bill

Members of the Greek Parliament, led by the Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, convene in Athens,…

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