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Nearly 80 people have been arrested and more than 100 injured since Tuesday amid a furore over free speech and use of violence by Hasél's supporters and police.
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Austrian ski resort study shows longer-lasting COVID-19 immunity
The resort is believed to have been the scene of Europe's first coronavirus "super-spreader" event.
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A blanket of snow covers the town of Lewisville, Texas, the state hardest hit by the cold snap sweeping the United States for several days.
Italy's Mount Etna volcano continues to scatter lava and ash
Mount Etna, Europe's most active volcano, continued scattering lava, ash and volcanic stones on Thursday.
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Brussels prioritises WTO reform in newly announced trade plans
The European Commission laid out its trade priorities for the next few years on Thursday, which include reforming the World Trade Organization.
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NATO to increase training in Iraq but delays decision on Afghanistan
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