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Greek police have completed the clearance of the Idomeni camp and many residents have been moved to official refugee centres near Thessaloniki, while others set up new camps nearby.
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Mourinho to become Man United manager
Jose Mourinho is set to become the new manager of Manchester United following three days of negotiations.
France marks the centenary of the Battle of Verdun
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Austria launches probe into alleged postal vote irregularities
Allegations of fraud arose from the far-right Freedom party of defeated candidate Norbert Hofer, after the Green candidate Alexander Van der Bellen just scrapped ahead with 31,000 votes when the posta
Dozens of migrants feared drowned in latest Mediterranean tragedy
Iraq: Progress in fight to oust ISIL from Falluja but 'civilians face starvation'
France PM Valls hints at tweaks to labour laws as strikes and protests go on
French police arrest man on low-level terror watch list
French police have arrested a man reportedly on a low-level terror watch list in Paris.
Dutch court agrees extradition of French terror suspect
A Dutch court has approved the extradition of a French national suspected of involvement in a foiled terror attack.
High UK migration totals feed into Brexit debate
Newly released figures show net migration to Britain reached the second highest level on record last year feeding into the debate over whether the UK should stay in the European Union.
Third night of riots rock Barcelona's Gràcia district
Protesters clashed with police in a third night of riots in Barcelona.
Family of late Jules Bianchi to sue FIA
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Protests ahead of historic Obama visit to Hiroshima
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US nuclear arsenal controlled on 1970s floppy disks
The US nuclear weapons systems are still run on technology from the 1970s, the Government Accountability Office has revealed.
Trump gains enough delegates for Republican nomination: AP
Donald Trump has won enough delegates to secure the Republican Party’s nomination for US president, according to estimates by the Associated…
Russel Crowe and Ryan Gosling star in 'The Nice Guys'
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Canada breeding "genetically superior bee"
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G7 leaders express concern for emerging economies
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