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Spain enters phase two of deconfinement as Madrid and Barcelona begin to ease lockdown measures.
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A bar in central London has installed new AI-powered facial recognition tech to help staff see who's next in line.
Dutch police arrest second man as six people found in isolated house
"The arrested person, a 67-year-old man from Ruinerwold, is one of the six persons discovered this Monday in the house," said police.
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A Dutch company hires people without a cover letter or resume — all they have to do is put their name on a list to work at the company.
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China hints it will scrap its two-child policy
China appears set to scrap the limit of two children per couple policy in a bid to deal with an ageing population.
Brits think mothers of young children shouldn't work full time: survey
Macron launches 'Year 2' of reform drive
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Elderly couple forced apart just days before Christmas
Their daughter has criticised the timing of the move, but the care home say they’d be breaking the law if they allowed Herbert Goodine, 91, to stay with his 89-year-old wife, Audrey.
Missing Argentine submarine’s ‘last distress signal reported flooding
An SOS message sent out by the San Juan says floodwater provoked a short-circuit and fire, a TV station claims.
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Melania Trump welcomes White House Christmas tree
An evergreen tree from Wisconsin was delivered by horse-drawn carriage to the White House in Washington, D.C.
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Flash floods in Greece kill at least 15
More bodies have been recovered following flash floods near Athens. Greece’s health ministry has now confirmed at least 15 dead. Footage on