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The event marked the celebration of British eccentricities. The extravagant "Chap Olympiad" saw competition participants try to outdo each other in unconventional "sporting" competitions.
Most people want higher taxes for the rich, finds 21-country poll
The OECD surveyed 22,000 people in 21 wealthy countries. It found that 68% of respondents are in favour of higher taxes for the rich.
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The 16th edition of the event ended on Sunday with joy for hosts Mexico, after their men’s and women’s sides were named winners.
Indonesia’s struggle to end human shackling
On ‘World Mental Health Day,’ Human Rights Watch (HRW) is using the hashtag #BreakTheChains to ramp up awareness for their on-going campaign to end human shackling in Indonesia.
Istanbul cafe employs Down syndrome staff
“I say to every customer: please don't pity us. We are different, we are overcoming boundaries," says teenage waiter Evren.
China's experiment in social engineering holds grim portent for the world
What you buy, what you read, where you go, who you talk to; it all counts as credits or penalities in China's vast new monitoring system, and your results can determine your basic freedoms.
Russians rally against changes to retirement age
Tens of thousands of Russians have joined nationwide rallies to protest against an unpopular pension reform plan that will raise the retirement age.
Women may have to quit work to care for ageing relatives after Brexit
Women in England may have to give up work to look after their elderly relatives unless care workers from the European Union are given priority after Brexit, ministers have warned.
#Europeanheros: the social worker who carries every case in her heart
Elvira Monreal Rodríguez talks to Euronews about the fight that exists within every human being, and the pleasure that she takes in awakening it.
#Europeanheroes: the youth worker who likes surprises
Our fifth #Europeanhero is a youth worker in Sweden. He believes everyone has good in them, and that a smile or a kind word may be all that is required to bring it out.
Helping eradicate homelessness: our #Europeanhero from Finland
Juha Kaakinen is an architect and leading proponent of the "Housing First" approach in Finland. As CEO of the Y Foundation, he helps to provide permanent housing for the homeless, bringing dignity to people's lives, and drastically cutting the number of rough sleepers.
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Integrating EU's minority Roma community
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Homelessness on the rise in all EU countries — except Finland: report
“This past year has resolutely confirmed the existence of another Europe: a Europe not merely ignored but also misunderstood, not just despised but also forgotten — a Europe of the homeless," says the new report.
Vending machines for homeless in the UK
Through a partnership with supermarkets and shops, Action Hunger will offer products including food, toiletries and books, in the machines which will be available to homeless people 24 hours a day.
From dumpster to department store
This is the story of Remesh, the brand leading the upcycling movement in Romania.
25 years ago: the world’s first text message
It was both simple and easy to read: “Merry Christmas” - not “Xmas”.
Schulz addresses voters in Lübeck
The Leader of the Social Democratic Party is looking to make up ground on Chancellor Angela Merkel, who sits ten points ahead in the polls going into Sunday's federal election.
View: The modest social initiative that has paid back dividends
The innovative UK scheme that uses private investment to reduce the number of young delinquents reoffending has set an example for the world
UK: 34 tower blocks fail fire safety tests
Britain’s housing safety scandal is getting worse by the hour as more tower blocks fail the fire safety checks carried out after the deadly Grenfell tower blaze.
Knitting beats gang culture in South Africa
In South Africa, knitting is being used to beat gang culture. Armed with nothing more than wool and needles, grandmother Connie Abrahams is
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Pope Francis' surprise TED talk carries a message of warning to the powerful.
Poland considers cutting benefits for former security service officers
If agreed, the proposal means the maximum pensions and disability benefits for around 32,000 former officials would be no larger than the average state payout.
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A gay black dancer deals with the difficulties in modern day Miami.