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Greek protesters call on Turkey to release detained soldiers
Sensational World Surf League debut for Colapinto
19-year-old rookie defeats World Number 1
Anti-abortion `Rally for Life` taking place in Dublin
Fluttering butterflies take over San Diego Zoo
Thousands of butterflies floated and fluttered around an aviary at the San Diego Zoo on Friday March 9th For the opening of the zoo's annual butterfly jungle.
Turkish private jet crashes in Iran, 11 dead
A private plane flying from the UAE to Turkey has crashed in Iran, according to Iranian media.
Skripal: the UK will respond "appropriately"
Prominent Front National youth member suspended over alleged racist sl
A Twitter video appears to show Davy Rodriguez uttering a racist insult outside a bar in Lille. He denies making the remarks.
U2's Bono says sorry over charity abuse allegations
Singer apologies over One charity's alleged bullying and abuse culture.
Germany’s ban ‘could be Fukushima moment for diesel in Europe’
A Russian hypersonic missile has been successfully test-launched from
The Kinzhal missile is said to travel at ten times the speed of sound and has a range of 2,000 kms
French far right leader Le Pen proposes changing National Front
Robots and racism: We discriminate against 'darker-coloured' humanoids
Humans have similar automatic biases towards 'darker-coloured' robots as they do toward 'people with a darker skin colour', according to new research from the University of Canterbury.
Marc Soler beats Simon Yates to win Paris-Nice
Hundreds of migrants rescued in mediterranean
Hundreds of migrants rescued off Libya
Rescue ships and Libya's coastguard picked up several hundred migrants on Saturday. Libyan coastguard vessels intercepted three migrant boats off Zawiya, just west of the capital, Tripoli.
Explained: the ‘Hungarians’ in Romania marching for more independence
Around 3,000 ethnic Hungarians protested in Romania on Saturday and called for more autonomy from Bucharest.
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Reports of nerve gas traces in restaurant
Watch: covert camera catches carers ‘abuse elderly woman’
The footage, released by police in Italy, appears to show carers slap the woman and then spit in some food.
Elon Musk's hyperloop dream may come true — and soon
'It's happening far faster than I would have ever expected, and it's happening all over the world.'
Putin "unconcerned" about US Presidential election claims
China votes to allow its presidents to stay in office indefinitely
Critics attacked the move and suggested a Mao Zedong-type cult of personality was forming.
Colombia's ex-FARC rebels face heavy defeat in elections
They face a hostile electorate who some say are resentful many of the group's former commanders are not in jail for human rights abuses
EU and Japan want exemption from US metal import tariffs
Delight for the home crowd on day 2 of the Agadir Judo Grand Prix
Local hero takes gold after opponent is disqualified