Paraguay: Pope Francis praises ‘most glorious women of America’
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Paraguay: Pope Francis praises ‘most glorious women of America’

Pope Francis’ homecoming tour of South America has taken him to Paraguay, where he was…

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Eurogroup reaches no agreement on Greek debt crisis
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Eurogroup reaches no agreement on Greek debt crisis

Finance ministers at a crisis session of the Eurogroup will meet again on Sunday (July…

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Nowhere to call home in Bosnia: The bitter legacy of the Balkan wars
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Nowhere to call home in Bosnia: The bitter legacy of the Balkan wars

Twenty years after the Srebrenica massacre, some 100,000 Bosnians are still refugees in their own…

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Eurogroup sceptical over ‘exceptionally difficult’ Greece talks
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Eurogroup sceptical over ‘exceptionally difficult’ Greece talks

If anyone thought the Greek finance minister Euclid Tsakalotos might have an easy ride in…

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Italy: More than 1,600 migrants brought to shore in two days
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Italy: More than 1,600 migrants brought to shore in two days

More than 1,600 migrants were brought to shore on Friday and Saturday in a number…

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Greece in last-chance saloon as Eurogroup decides on bailout
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Greece in last-chance saloon as Eurogroup decides on bailout

Eurozone finance ministers have been gathering in Brussels for the all-important Eurogroup meeting that could…

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Weary Greeks await country’s fate with resignation
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Weary Greeks await country’s fate with resignation

Weary from years of austerity, months of turbulent negotiations with international paymasters – and finally…

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Srebrenica: Bosnia marks 20 year massacre anniversary
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Srebrenica: Bosnia marks 20 year massacre anniversary

A cemetery near Srebrenica in Bosnia was the focal point on Saturday of ceremonies marking…

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Yemen: New UN humanitarian ceasefire collapses
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Yemen: New UN humanitarian ceasefire collapses

The UN-brokered ceasefire only lasted a matter of hours. Air-strikes and fierce fighting broke Yemen’s…

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Bosnia remembers mass killings in Srebrenica
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Bosnia remembers mass killings in Srebrenica

Crowds have gathered in the village of Potocari to remember the thousands of Muslim men…

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