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Beijing Park rolls out toilet tissue security

A Beijing park has introduced facial recognition for toilet tissue dispensers in one of the city's busiest public toilets in a bid to wipe out the scourge of toilet roll thieves.

A Beijing park has introduced facial recognition for toilet tissue dispensers in one of the city's busiest public toilets in a bid to wipe out the scourge of toilet roll thieves.

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Francois Fillon tells supporters to "ignore" fresh media attacks

Embattled French conservative, Francois Fillon continues to be dogged by financial scandal despite friends and foe in the Republican party deciding earlier this week to stick with…

Embattled French conservative, Francois Fillon continues to be dogged by financial scandal despite friends and foe in the Republican party deciding earlier this week to stick with…

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More French conservatives abandon Fillon's ship

François Fillon still intends to fight on despite an embezzlement scandal and the departures of more key figures from his campaign team.

François Fillon still intends to fight on despite an embezzlement scandal and the departures of more key figures from his campaign team.

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Bomb threat in Germany after Turkish rally cancelled

A town hall in Germany has been evacuated because of a bomb threat, amid strained relations between Turkey and Germany.

A town hall in Germany has been evacuated because of a bomb threat, amid strained relations between Turkey and Germany.

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Dutch politician Geert Wilders calls Moroccans "scum"

Dutch far-right politician Geert Wilders has launched his election campaign by referring to Moroccans as "scum". Wilders was campaigning in a multi-ethnic district near Rotterdam, which is a stronghol

Dutch far-right politician Geert Wilders has launched his election campaign by referring to Moroccans as "scum". Wilders was campaigning in a multi-ethnic district near Rotterdam, which is a stronghol

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Guilty or not, Francois Fillon says he'll run for president

Francois Fillon has changed his mind, he will press ahead with his presidential bid even if investigators charge him over claims his wife had a fake parliamentary…

Francois Fillon has changed his mind, he will press ahead with his presidential bid even if investigators charge him over claims his wife had a fake parliamentary…

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Despite cabinet confirmation delays, Trump pushes ahead with employment pledge

The confirmation of his cabinet choices may be moving at a slower pace than he’d like, but US President Donald Trump is forging ahead with his election pledge to ‘buy and hire…

The confirmation of his cabinet choices may be moving at a slower pace than he’d like, but US President Donald Trump is forging ahead with his election pledge to ‘buy and hire…

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Donald Trump, a man of many promises

After a hard fought battle to win November's US presidential election, could the promises made by Trump on the campaign trail come back to haunt him?

After a hard fought battle to win November's US presidential election, could the promises made by Trump on the campaign trail come back to haunt him?

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Donald Trump gives plum UN role to vocal critic

The US president-elect has picked South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley to be the US ambassador to the United Nations.

The US president-elect has picked South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley to be the US ambassador to the United Nations.

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Hillary Clinton tries to draw a line under defeat

Hillary Clinton has urged her supporters to keep an open mind about Donald Trump and give him a chance to lead.

Hillary Clinton has urged her supporters to keep an open mind about Donald Trump and give him a chance to lead.

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Trump claims US election is "rigged"

Donald Trump claims the US presidential election is being “rigged” by a “dishonest media” and at “many polling places”.

Donald Trump claims the US presidential election is being “rigged” by a “dishonest media” and at “many polling places”.

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Italy quake: restaurants launch pasta campaign for devastated areas

In a move aimed at showing solidarity with the victims of Wednesday’s devastating earthquake, chefs in Italy are serving up more pasta all’Amatriciana.

In a move aimed at showing solidarity with the victims of Wednesday’s devastating earthquake, chefs in Italy are serving up more pasta all’Amatriciana.

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Jobs and a government por favor Spain goes to the polls

Spain goes to the polls in an election expected to exacerbate European frustration with traditional mainstream politics.

Spain goes to the polls in an election expected to exacerbate European frustration with traditional mainstream politics.

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Referendum campaign funded by well-heeled donors

As the British EU referendum reaches the home straight just how much "money":http://uk.businessinsider.com/electoral-commission-data-on-brexit-and-eu-referendum-donations-2016-5?r=DE&IR=T is required

As the British EU referendum reaches the home straight just how much "money":http://uk.businessinsider.com/electoral-commission-data-on-brexit-and-eu-referendum-donations-2016-5?r=DE&IR=T is required