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UK government wins approval for Article 50 legislation

Government to trigger Article 50 by the end of March, formally starting the country's exit from the EU.

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Employers allowed to ban the hijab, EU court says

Court of Justice rules that workplace bans on political, philosophical or religious symbols are not discriminatory.

hijab

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Brexit: Nicola Sturgeon plans new independence vote

Citing threat from Brexit, Nicola Sturgeon says she will move to give voters a chance to make Scotland independent.

Nicola Sturgeon

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Mevlut Cavusoglu continues verbal assault on Holland

Turkish officials continue name-calling barrage as dispute over political rallying in foreign nations intensifies.

Erdogan supporters

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Turkey-Netherlands row shows no sign of ebbing

PM says Dutch move to stop two Turkish ministers from holding political rallies shows 'who Turkey's real friends are'.

Binali Yildirim

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Turkey tells Dutch ambassador: Don't hurry back

Tit-for-tat moves as Turkey blocks Dutch embassy and Netherlands bars minister from entering consulate in Rotterdam.

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Ukraine: Two soldiers killed as rebel attacks intensify

Government troops accuse Russia-backed rebels of using heavy weapons as separatists report one fighter's death.

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Netherlands revokes landing rights for Mevlut Cavusoglu

Turkish President Erdogan says Dutch 'Nazi remnants' and 'fascists' behind blocking of foreign minister's visit.

Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu insists on Netherlands visit

Foreign Minister Cavusoglu says he will go to Rotterdam in support of referendum, despite Dutch ban on public speeches.

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Swiss man suspected of abusing 80 boys in Thailand

Suspect admits to taking thousands of pornographic pictures of boys but denies other charges, including molestation.

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