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Police search Church of Scientology in Budapest
Hungarian police carried out a search at the Church of Scientology in Budapest on Wednesday. The search was linked to an investigation into suspected
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China's economy grows 6.8% amid warnings over debt levels
China’s economy has once again posted steady growth, expanding 6.8 percent in the third quarter. The latest GDP figures were above Beijing’s
Catalonia threatens to overshadow EU summit
Spanish PM arrives in Brussels amid escalating tensions at home
Expat view from Catalonia: 'no intelligent leadership on either side'
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Jacinda Ardern is to be the New Zealand prime minister
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Landmark hotel in Yangon burns to the ground
The lakeside Kandawgyi Palace hotel in Yangon, Myanmar, has been totally destroyed in a huge fire.
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Madrid to trigger suspension of Catalonia's autonomy on Saturday
Brinksmanship deepens crisis between Catalonia and Madrid
One year on and refugees return to Calais
A year after the dismantling of the Calais jungle and the dispersal of 10,000 migrants across France, between 500 and 1,000 have returned. For 20
The UK's EU divorce bill: Brexit money row explained
Talks on the UK's departure from the EU are deadlocked over Britain's financial settlement.
Is this the constitutional key to unlock the crisis in Catalonia?
There has been much speculation about what Madrid can do to reign in Catalonia ever since its rebellious region went ahead with an independence
‘Your pen has been silenced but your voice will live on’
Theresa May vows to make it as easy as possible for EU citizens to stay in the UK after Brexit
The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has taken to Facebook to reassure EU citizens living in the UK that the application process for settled status would be as hassle-free as possible.
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Quebec passes law banning face veils
Fire guts luxury hotel in Yangon
The blaze broke out in the middle of the night at the Kandawgyi Palace Hotel, a lakeside hotel popular with foreigners.
Vampire scare prompts UN to pull staff out of southern Malawi
Lynch mobs accusing people of vampirism had been searching for individuals and blocking roads