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Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal discharged from UK hospital

Sergei Skripal would not have survived if a military-grade agent had been used, says Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Sergei Skripal, and his daughter Yulia

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EU moves to block US sanctions on Iran

EU to activate law that bans European companies from complying with US sanctions against Iran.

Jean Claude Juncker

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Physical exercise may worsen dementia, says study

A surprising study by a team of UK researchers says people with dementia should avoid intense physical activities.

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Tamara de Lempicka: Why Google honours her today

Described as a The Baroness with a Brush, the artist is hailed for her distinctive Art Deco style.

Tamara de Lempicka

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New study links body clock to mood disorders

Research suggests disruptions to natural rhythm may cause decline in memory and attention span and affect mental health.

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EU launches nine-point economic plan to rescue Iran nuclear deal

European partners continue to view nuclear deal vital to shared security, UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says.

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UK: What impact is climate change having on cricket?

Rain-stopped play is not what you want to see if you're a cricket fan. Could it become an increasingly common sight?

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Catalonia: Pro-independence candidate wins presidency

Catalonia's parliament elects pro-independence politician Quim Torra as president, ending months of political stalemate.

Quim Torra

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ISIL claims deadly knife attack in Paris

Attacker, who was shot dead by French police, identified as man born in Chechnya in 1997.

central Paris

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France: Suspect 'killed' after deadly knife attack in Paris

Officials in French capital say person who carried out knife attack was overpowered by police.

Police officers in Paris

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Yulia Skripal: 'Assassination attempt turned my life upside down'

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Italy nears populist government with mandate for PM pick Conte

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French Muslim student in media storm over headscarf

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Facebook's Zuckerberg grilled by EU Parliament over data scandal

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Yekaterinburg mayor resigns over scrapping of elections

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Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg faces EU Parliament grilling

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Investigators say they have 'convincing evidence' to support their report of the incident which killed 298 people.

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