"I think in the same way we have to crack down on hate speech coming from Islamists we have to crack down on hate speech directed at the entire Muslim community"
Husband of murdered politician Jo Cox
"Every kid has the right to go to school. Education is not a privilege, it's a basic human right."
IOM project coordinator
""I think that President Trump has stumbled across a number of diplomatic issues... I'm not sure we can talk yet about strategy and policy...on the subject of American diplomatic policy, it's going to take a little time, I think, to be put in place"."
President and CEO, Total
"Our diet will be much more diverse, soil fertility will improve"
Professor at the University of Copenhagen and Protein2Food project coordinator
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Helder Jorge Pedro
Civil engineer, Odebrecht
"I was once able to gain skills through this program to run my own business, and now I feel glad and I am keen to share these experiences with new entrepreneurs and give something back to the program."
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Opera director & video artist
"The World Press Cartoon is what cartoonists around the world need. Recent years have been very difficult for cartoonists, starting with the Charlie Hebdo attack through to jailed Turkish cartoonist Musa Kart."
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Many are thought to be missing after the overnight blaze and police say the death toll will rise further.
After both suffering a string of Islamist militant attacks, Britain and France join forces to fight online radicalisation and propaganda.
The leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) says talks with the UK Prime Minister Theresa May to support a new government are going well.
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Theresa May told her party on Monday she would serve as prime minister as long as they wanted after a botched election gamble plunged British
A senior UK politician says formal talks on the UK’s exit from the EU may not begin on June 19.
Brexit minister David Davis says this is the same
British PM Theresa May reshuffles cabinet before Brexit talks
UK Prime Minister Theresa May is seeking a deal with a small Northern Irish party as she tries to stay in power after last week's general election.
The right wing Northern Irish party will hope to finalise the deal early next week.
Theresa May’s top two aides have quit after the Conservative Party’s poor showing in the UK election.
Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, both May’s
Unease would be the word to describe what Brussels feels after another surprise election outcome ahead of Brexit negotiations
UK Prime Minister Theresa May will form a government supported by a small Northern Irish party after her Conservative Party lost its parliamentary majority in a snap general election.
Larry the Downing Street cat made a brief appearance outside number 10 as the gathered media waited for British Prime Minister Theresa May to appear
May faces calls to resign after Conservatives lose majority
British Prime Minister Theresa May will form a government supported by a small Northern Irish party after her Conservative Party lost its
Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the UK’s Labour Party, has won wider support in the British election than anyone had foreseen.
Analysts say his
There seems to be a scent of schadenfreude among some EU figures over Theresa May's devastating defeat in Britain's general election
News publications across Europe and beyond report on the shock UK election result.
The Conservatives may have won the most seats in Parliament, but they were pushed much harder than expected.
With the seats all counted, Britain has a hung parliament. The Conservatives are predicted to lose about 11 seats while Labour has gained 28.
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