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Turkey rejects criticism of its handling of ongoing student protests
Students have been protesting the appointment of an Erdogan loyalist as the rector of Istanbul's prestigious Bogazici University, with some demonstrations resulting in clashes with security forces.
Death toll from tribal violence in Sudan's West Darfur rises to 83
The incident is likely to destabilise the already fragile security situation in the country as international peacekeepers have already begun a phased withdrawal.
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EU leaders blast Bosnia after army sets up tents for freezing migrants
The Bosnian army was sent to erect tents as shelter for hundreds of migrants at the burnt-out Lipa camp after protests.
Poland: Protesters march to PiS leader's home on 1981 anniversary
As well as women protesting the country's high court ruling restricting abortion, farmers and entrepreneurs also vented their anger at the PiS government on Sunday's march.
Ethiopia's 'forced returns' of Tigray refugees 'disturbing,' says UN
The UN said the move to return Tigray refugees from the camps they fled from in Eritrea broke international law if confirmed.
Ethiopian forces 'blocking' Tigray refugees from entering Sudan
Refugees fleeing the violence in the Tigray region were stopped from reaching the busiest crossing point for refugees on the Sudanese border, according to the latest reports.
Polls open in Burkina Faso elections marred by threats from Jihadists
While polling officials say the election is running smoothly, voters in some parts of the country have been threatened by Jihadists not to cast their vote.
Italy reels as hundreds attend funeral of black man beaten to death
21-year-old Willy Monteiro Duarte was brutally beaten to death after intervening in a fight to help a friend. Premier Giuseppe Conte and Italy’s interior minister attended the funeral.
'Historic' Afghan-Taliban peace talks begin after decades of war
The peace talks could see the exit of American and NATO troops from Afghanistan after 19 years of conflict.
Belgian police chief steps aside after custody death video emerges
The video shows officers forcefully restricted Jozef Chovanec's movements in a cell at Charleroi airport, with one officer sitting on him for a long time. Another officer made an apparent Nazi salute during the incident.
European nations see small drop in support for abortion rights
Former Trump lawyer Cohen released after 'retaliatory' prison stay
A judge ordered the release of Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen who was allegedly taken back to prison for refusing to sign a document saying he would not publish a tell-all book about his former employer.
Hong Kongers get creative with protests to skirt new security law
Trump calls for national standard on police use of force
Unrest, hunger and hardship in France's locked-down suburbs
New Zealand cancels mosque shooting memorial over virus fear
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"It's the poorer people who suffer most from climate changes and its the poorer people who actually have much less CO2 emissions than richer people," she said.
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It's the last plenary session for many MEPs next week, our Brussels correspondent took to the road to speak to the people who live along the route that many MEPs travel from Brussels to Strasbourg up to 30 times a year.
World Autism Day: A young man hid his diagnosis out of shame. How he accepted it and found happiness.
"I was embarrassed," said Sean Culkin, 24. "I thought if I kept my head down and if I pushed myself I would overcome autism."