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UK to scrap Human Rights Act

The Conservative government confirms scrapping of Human Rights Act in favour of a 'British Bill of Rights'

The Conservative government confirms scrapping of Human Rights Act in favour of a 'British Bill of Rights'

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Three facing court over Corsica beach scuffles

Three people – described as of ‘North African’ origin – are facing court after scuffles in Corsica, which left five people injured.

Three people – described as of ‘North African’ origin – are facing court after scuffles in Corsica, which left five people injured.

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US transfers 15 Guantanamo inmates to UAE

Fifteen inmates from Guantanamo prison have been sent to the United Arab Emirates in the single largest transfer of detainees during President Obama’s…

Fifteen inmates from Guantanamo prison have been sent to the United Arab Emirates in the single largest transfer of detainees during President Obama’s…

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US: man shot by police was holding loaded gun

The incident has sparked an outbreak of arson and rock-throwing in the city, which is in the state of Wisconsin.

The incident has sparked an outbreak of arson and rock-throwing in the city, which is in the state of Wisconsin.

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Police officer in Milwaukee shooting "acted lawfully"

A police officer who fatally shot a black suspect in the US city of Milwaukee appears to have acted lawfully, according to a senior police official.

A police officer who fatally shot a black suspect in the US city of Milwaukee appears to have acted lawfully, according to a senior police official.

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World's longest hunger-strike ends with honey

One of India's most-prominent political activists has ended her 16-year hunger strike. Licking honey from her hand, Irom Sharmila declared "I will never forget this moment."

One of India's most-prominent political activists has ended her 16-year hunger strike. Licking honey from her hand, Irom Sharmila declared "I will never forget this moment."

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'Too little understanding' from Europe after Turkey coup

Council of Europe Secretary General Thorbjorn Jagland has said that there is "too little understanding" of the challenges faced by Turkey after last month's coup attempt.

Council of Europe Secretary General Thorbjorn Jagland has said that there is "too little understanding" of the challenges faced by Turkey after last month's coup attempt.

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One million Syrian child refugees going without education

A children's charity claims hold-ups in funding mean nearly one million Syrian child refugees are going without education.

A children's charity claims hold-ups in funding mean nearly one million Syrian child refugees are going without education.