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Pro-Kurdish HDP files application at European Court of Human Rights over arrest of its leaders, Demirtas and Yuksekdag. [Read More]
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Zimbabwe spends $2.5m on birthday party for world's oldest leader, while opposition slams events as waste of money. [Read More]
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A recap of the worst air crashes in civilian aviation since the turn of the century. [Read More]
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All five on board presumed dead after light plane pilot reports engine failure on his approach to Essendon airport. [Read More]
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Publisher Simon & Schuster had defended Milo Yiannopoulos but steps back after comments about sexual consent. [Read More]
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With aerial support from US-led coalition, Iraqi forces launch offensive to drive ISIL from Mosul's western half. [Read More]
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Rumours still abound about bizarre attack on North Korean leader's half brother at Malaysia airport. [Read More]
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Russia's ambassador to the UN, a veteran diplomat, dies suddenly after falling ill in his office at Russia's UN mission. [Read More]
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Troops backed by jets battle their way to Mosul airport, as US defence chief arrives in Baghdad on unannounced visit. [Read More]
The global trade in heavy arms has skyrocketed to its highest level since the Cold War. [Read More]
At least five people killed and 30 wounded in Conakry demonstrations sparked by a teachers' strike, the government says. [Read More]
The Chinese government has banned all imports of coal from North Korea. [Read More]
Search is part of an investigation into allegations that far-right leader used EU funds to pay staff of her FN party. [Read More]
Rebels persistently shelled army positions, killing at least one soldier, according to Ukraine's military. [Read More]
Five arrested military intelligence officers are suspected of killing prominent anti-establishment newspaper editor. [Read More]
Philosopher Srecko Horvat looks at Europe's identity crisis and asks if the continent is colonising itself. [Read More]
Women whose knitted hats became a national phenomenon want to keep the momentum of last month's march in Washington. [Read More]
Moscow denies Montenegro's claims that Russia was involved in a coup plot in the Balkan country last year. [Read More]
No injuries as motorcade carrying prime minister of Libya's UN-backed government comes under fire in Tripoli. [Read More]
Moreno is winning the first round of the election, though he is unlikely to avoid a runoff against his nearest rival. [Read More]
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