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Fillon is on the French Conservative ticket
Francois Fillon is the Republican nominee for the 2017 French presidential elections.
Suspected extremist arrested at Madrid airport
An unnamed man of Palestinian origin was apprehended by Spanish police on suspicion of attempting to join ISIL in Syria.
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Alain Juppe recognises defeat by Francois Fillon in French Republican primaries
Francois Fillon looks set to win the French Republican primaries.
The Swiss reject rapid phase-out of nuclear power
In a referendum, the Swiss have voted against a proposal that would have accelerated the closure of the countries five nuclear plants.
Syrian army forces 'retake' key district in eastern Aleppo
Hundreds of residents of eastern Aleppo have fled the shifting front lines, as Syrian government forces continue their push to cut the rebel-stronghold in two.
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Georgian parliament approves re-election of Giorgi Kvirikashvili
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Heavy rains force Athens metro stations to close
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Blast at police barracks in Bologna hours before Italian Prime Minister Renzi's visit
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Cuba: Students express their grief
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Russia: Flowers for Castro
People laid flowers at the Cuban Embassy in Moscow in tribute to the memory of former Cuban President Fidel Castro, who died aged 90 on 25 November.
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Mexican who helped Fidel Castro launch revolution 'lost for words' at his death
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South Korea sees largest protest in weeks of demos against president Park Geun-hye
Siege of Aleppo: battle reaches crescendo
Syrian pro-government forces are believed to have reclaimed the largest rebel-controlled district in Aleppo.
Cuba mourns revolutionary leader Fidel Castro
Trump: US recount row ridiculous
US president-elect Donald Trump was quick to denounce Hillary Clinton’s decision to help with efforts to secure vote recounts in several states, dismissing the notion as…
Students grieve death of former Havana University alumnus Castro
As Cuba begins nine days of national mourning, students at the University of Havana, where Fidel Castro studied before becoming one of the world’s most notorious revolutionaries, vowed to maintain his