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US actress Mary Tyler Moore dies aged 80
The multi-Emmy award winning US actress Mary Tyler Moore has died at the age of 80.
Team USA takes gold at 'Chef Olympics' in France
Like a professional athlete winner Mathew Peters, trained five days a week, up to twelve hours a day for the gastronomic battle.
Students in Poland hold anti-govenment protest
Hundreds of students in Warsaw and other Polish cities have taken part in marches against the country’s populist government.
Why the Iran nuclear deal will likely survive President Trump
Officially in office for less than a week, US President Donald Trump keeps using executive orders to dismantle or overturn policies put in place by his predecessor Barack…
Sweden: Three men remanded in custody over Facebook live rape investigation
Two of the men were detained suspected of rape, while one man was detained on suspicion of failing to reveal rape.
Olympic course stands firm on controversial female membership policy
A Japanese golf club set to host 2020 Olympic tournament said on Wednesday it would not change its membership policy that bars female players becoming regular…
President Trump signs order to build Mexico border wall
The new US President Donald Trump has signed executive orders to build a wall along the border with Mexico – as pledged during the election campaign – and to crack down on US cities shielding illegal…
Japan end 19-year wait for home-grown sumo grand champion
For the first time in 19 years Japan have a Sumo Grand champion.
This should make you a more confident airline passenger
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Germany targets far-right extremists in dozens of raids
Several of those targeted were believed to have links to the Reichsburger movement, an extremist group which rejects the legitimacy of the German republic.
The Brief from Brussels: PM May eyes Article 50 deadline
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
How will Brexit affect European students and UK’s higher education? - Opinion
Reduced funding, restricted access to talent, and potentially visa requirements imposed on EU-nationals, will have a catastrophic impact on UK universities.Such changes will undermine the UK’s industrial base and the reputation of our world class universities.
'RESIST': Greenpeace takes the fight to the White House
Less than a week in office, Donald Trump faces further protests on his doorstep, this time environmentalists take the fight to Washington
Dow over 20,000, global shares rally
Share prices jumped worldwide on Wednesday.
Crowded field jostles for position as mud flies in French presidential race
With the Socialist candidate finally chosen this weekend, can either Manuel Valls or Benoit Hamon make a difference in the packed French presidential election race?
Italy: Calls for immediate election after court ruling
Italy’s Constitutional Court has modified a contested electoral law, in a move that could pave the way for early elections this year.
Somalia: death toll rises in Mogadishu hotel bombings
The number of confirmed dead from a dual attack on a hotel in Mogadishu rose to 28 on Wednesday, according to the ambulance service in the Somali capital.
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Exhibition celebrates Africa and UAE's rich shared history
An exhibition in Dubai portrays the ancient and enduring ties between the Arab and African worlds. How their cultures inspired and transformed one
Putin sings Soviet song about space with Russian students
Russian President Vladimir Putin joined a group of students in singing a Soviet song about space exploration.
EU's Mogherini tells Kosovo, Serbia to end blame game
The EU’s foreign policy chief has called on Kosovo and Serbia to do more to repair relations after weeks of risen tension between the two.
EuroLeague: Zalgiris stun defending champs CSKA, Pana hold off Barcelona
Struggling Zalgiris Kaunas claimed a major scalp in the Euroleague regular season on Tuesday when they beat table-topping CSKA Moscow The defending champions from Russia were leading by seven points
Greenpeace take over crane near White House to display "Resist" message
A crane on a construction site overlooking the White House in Washington D.C. has been taken over by Greenpeace to display a banner with the message "Resist".
The rights and wrongs of women's rights
Business Line looks at women's rights in worldwide as millions express concerns their rights will be eroded under the Trump administration.
Lisbon ferry crash leaves 34 injured
The boat was travelling from Barreiro on the other side of the Tagus when the accident occurred.
Trump's 'voter fraud' probe could lead to 'denial of voting rights'
The US president has pledged an inquiry but offered no proof after repeatedly claiming voter fraud in the 2016 election.
Five more bodies found after Tehran building collapse
At least 20 firefighters were killed when the 17-storey building collapsed after being engulfed by fire.
Usain Bolt must return one of his 9 Olympic gold medals after a team-mate in the 2008 4x100m tested positive for a banned substance
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EU officials propose extension of border checks
EU officials say Schengen border checks should be extended by three months when they expire next month.
Sprint legend Bolt loses 2008 Olympic relay gold after team mate Carter tests positive
Jamaica’s Usain Bolt has lost one of his nine Olympic gold medals and his perfect triple treble of Games’ sprint victories after team mate Nesta Carter was found guilty of doping at the 2008 Beijing…
UK: May bows to pressure to detail Brexit plans in policy White Paper
Britain’s Theresa May on Wednesday finally agreed to publish her plans for Brexit in a White Paper policy document.