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Elite Iraqi forces advance in Mosul, fighting street-to-street against ISIL
Ford scraps Mexico plant following Trump criticism
Ford Motor Company has scrapped a planned Mexican car factory and is instead extending its operations in Michigan by creating 700 jobs.
Africa Eco Race: Ceci wins stage two and takes over race lead
Stage two of this year’s Africa Eco Race took the competitors over 393 kilometres from Moulay Domain to Tagounite in Southwest Morocco.
Chelsea football fans convicted of racist violence on Paris metro
McDonald's in the Vatican - why the cardinals are seeing red
McDonald's cooks up controversy with a food outlet in a building belonging to the Catholic Church in Rome - within sight of St Peter's Square.
Dakar Rally: Loeb dominates stage two
Nine-time world rally champion Sébastien Loeb dominated stage two of the Dakar Rally in his Peugeot.
Valparaiso counts the cost
Residents have begun assessing the extent of the damage from a wildfire that swept over the hills outside the Chilean port city.
Romania's new government begins naming ministers
The line-up will be rubber-stamped in a vote on Wednesday in parliament, where the Social Democrats and their junior coalition party ALDE have an overall majority.
Syrian airstrikes 'hit Idlib province' - opposition media
Syrian opposition media say pro-government airstrikes have hit areas in Idlib city and the surrounding province, killing at least four people on Tuesday.
Shipbuilder STX France's future hangs in the balance
Italian shipyard Fincantieri has been approved as the preferred bidder for cruise-ship builder STX France, but politics could yet scupper the deal.
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Finland and Scotland pioneer Universal Basic Income
Scotland join Finland in launching scheme to offer everyone a basic monthly income regardless of employment status or salary
Computer glitch causes big delays at US airports
A computer system glitch has caused big delays at customs and border control at US airports
German inflation rises sharply, unemployment falls
Inflation in Germany jumped in December - up 1.7% on the year - due to costlier energy and food while unemployment there fell more than expected.
Britain's man in Brussels bows out ahead of Brexit talks
Britain’s ambassador to the EU has resigned, just months before crucial Brexit talks are set to begin.
Iraqi civilians struggle to flee Mosul as army fights to oust ISIL
Humanitarian camps are prepared for people fleeing the fighting, but thousands remain stuck in the northern Iraqi city.
Alpine skiing: Velez-Zuzulova returns to winners circle as Shiffrin fails to finish
Veronika Velez-Zuzulova celebrated her first win on the world cup circuit in almost a year after topping te podium in a slalom race in Zagreb on Tuesday.
OPINION: Comrade Trump and the Truth
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Vietnamese man has surgical forceps in stomach for 18 years
54-year-old Ma Van Nhat from Vietnam was finally cured of an 18-year-long pain in his side when doctors removed a pair of surgical forceps from his
Oil prices hit 18-month high on production cut hopes
Oil prices hit their highest in 18 months on hopes the deal between OPEC and non-OPEC members to cut production will reduce a glut of crude.
Mexicans in US fear ban on money transfers back home
As the countdown begins to the Trump presidency in the US, anxiety is building in neighbouring Mexico
Israeli PM denies corruption charges
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been questioned in a preliminary criminal investigation by the anti-fraud unit of the Israeli police.
US Congress: Republicans drop plans to weaken ethics committee
Republicans in the US House of Representatives have backed down over plans to weaken a nonpartisan ethics watchdog on the grounds it had grown too intrusive.
Malta's EU presidency in-tray
Malta took up the six-month presidency of the EU on New Year’s Day.
The broke billionaire: "Giving while living"
Former frugal billionaire turned philanthropist signs over last of his fortune
Volkswagen chased for emissions scandal compensation in Germany
Time-lapse video shows Beijing engulfed by smog
[watch] Turkey fashion designer attacked after criticising ruling party
Turkish fashion designer Barbaros Şansal was attacked by a mob at Ataturk International Airport after he was deported from North Cyprus.
Brexit - which way now as UK's EU ambassador resigns