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Result of Brexit negotiations is 'up to London', says Tusk
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Former Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble is elected president of Germany's Bundestag
Germany's new parliament has elected 75 year old Wolfgang Schaeuble as its speaker whilst lawmakers of the nationalist Alternative for Germany party took their seats for the first time.
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Public invited to show off the power of their minds
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Kim Jong Nam murder suspects wheeled around crime scene
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Universities asked to reveal names of Brexit professors and what they teach
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