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Following Russia's warning that it will view US warplanes as targets if they fly west of the Euphrates river, the US military has justified shooting down a Syrian warplane on Sunday as an act of self-defence.
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France: Terror probe launched as car rams police van on Champs Elysees
A suspected terrorist deliberately rammed his car into a police van on Paris’ Champs Elysees on Monday afternoon. Police later said the attacker
Naughty or nice? Brexit begins with gift exchange
Brexit negotiations, which finally got underway today, are, for now, all smiles. But, if you’re any doubt about the slog ahead over smoothing the
Quinoa, amaranth: Ancient grains hold promising future
Mali: At least 5 dead after attack on Bakamo luxury resort
Suspected jihadists killed at least five people at a Mali luxury resort just outside the capital Bamako.
Russia warns US after Syrian fighter downed
Russia and US in a row after Syrian jet downed
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Angola's infrastructure boom
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Portugal forest fires rage on as death toll rises
Close to 2,000 firefighters are still battling to control deadly forest fires that raged across central Portugal over the weekend. At least 62
Macron heads for airshow after landslide election victory
French President Emmanuel Macron celebrated his party’s landslide victory in France’s National Assembly elections in style on Monday, flying into the
Russia warning after US shoots down Syrian jet
Russia’s Defence Ministry said the Russian military will consider any flying objects within reach of its war planes as possible targets after the US shoots down a Syrian military jet near Raqqa.
Unfinished Hundertwasser art project revived in NZ
Ambitious project in New Zealand for world’s last building by late Austrian artist Hundertwasser reaches funding target
British PM May: 'Hatred and evil will never succeed'
A new life for Omar: Syrian torture victim thrives in Sweden
All the fun of the fair is a far cry for a young man who has seen hell on earth. Syrian torture survivor Omar Alshogre arrived in Sweden during the