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The Palestinian movement Hamas has elected Ismail Haniyeh to lead its political office.
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The Pope took offence to the word "mother" being used to describe a deadly weapon.
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A vast cache of documents claimed to belong to the campaign of French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron have been published on social media.
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In a swipe at Prime Minister Theresa May, the opposition leader said a Labour government would not threaten Europe during negotiations.
Russia: thousands of protesters mark anniversary of Bolotnaya Square crackdown
Thousands of opposition activists have taken part in an authorised rally in Moscow to mark the five year anniversary since the Bolotnaya Square protest.
Poland: opposition groups hold 'Liberty March' to protest against government
Tens of thousands of people have hit the streets of Poland’s captial Warsaw to take part in a so called Liberty March. The rally was organised by
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Final preparations are taking place ahead of France’s presidential election.
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Thousands of people marked the Roma festival of Hidirellez in Edirne in Turkey on Friday.
Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge narrowly misses bid to break two-hour marathon
Kenyan athlete Eliud Kipchoge has narrowly missed out on his bid to become the first ever person to run a sub-two hour marathon.
Canada: flooding in Quebec forces hundreds to evacuate
In Canada, flooding caused by torrential rain has forced hundreds of families to evacuate.
France bans excessively thin models
A law banning extremely thin models has come into effect in France.
World's heaviest man to undergo surgery
In Mexico, the world’s reportedly heaviest man is finally set to undergo surgery.
Scandal-hit South Korea prepares for election
The election was called following the impeachment of Park Geun-hye in December.
Indonesian authorities hunt inmates after mass jail break
Indonesian authorities have been hunting around 200 prisoners who broke out from an overcrowded jail on Sumatra island.
Funeral held for young musician killed in continuing Venezuela violence
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Suu Kyi lunches with Britain's Queen Elizabeth
Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi has had a royal lunch in London with Queen Elizabeth and Prince William.
Italian police make arrests in probe into illegal migrant working
At least six people have been arrested as part of a probe into migrants being taken from reception centres and put to work illegally in southern Italy.
Mexicans reenact historic battle against French
Hundreds of people have been reenacting a famous 5th of May battle, when Mexican troops defeated the French army.
Putin backs Chechnya gay hate crime probe
President Vladimir Putin has backed an investigation into reports of a violent crackdown on gay people in the Russian republic of Chechnya.