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Russia communists protest against 'rigged' elections

Communist Party alleges governor election results for Primorsky region rigged to ensure victory of pro-Putin candidate.

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Theresa May warns rebel MPs back my Brexit plan or face no deal

British prime minister tells the BBC that the only alternative to her potential Brexit deal with the EU is no deal.

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German police clear forest camp as thousands protest coal mine

Treehouse activists confronted by German police after six-year standoff against coal mine expansion in Hambach Forest.

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Dutch Catholic Church accused of covering up child abuse

Dozens of high-ranking members of the Dutch Catholic Church reportedly knew of sexual abuse and actively covered it up.

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London Mayor Sadiq Khan calls for second referendum on Brexit

In an editorial for the Observer newspaper, the Labour Party politician said Brexit would cause job losses.

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Hungary to explore legal steps to challenge critical EU ruling

Viktor Orban told state radio he expected a 'serious legal debate' about the EU decision to sanction Budapest.

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Spain makes U-turn, will now sell 400 missiles to Saudi Arabia

FM Josep Borrell says deal will go ahead a week after it was stopped amid concerns over civilian deaths in Yemen.

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European court rules against Britain over mass surveillance

Europe's human rights court rules UK intelligence programme that obtained data was 'not in accordance with the law'.

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Skripal poisoning suspects say they were tourists in UK

Two Russian men accused of trying to kill a former Russian spy in Salisbury deny being military intelligence officers.

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Pussy Riot activist Verzilov hospitalised after suspect poisoning

Petr Versilov had difficulty seeing, speaking and moving when he fell ill and was hospitalised in Moscow.

Prominent anti-Kremlin activist Pyotr Verzilov

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Cyclone Leslie slams into Portugal

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Hunter kills British cyclist in France, police speak of accident

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Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny freed from prison

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Bavaria election seen as tough test for Merkel's allies

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Slain Salvadoran archbishop, Pope Paul VI declared saints

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Merkel's Bavarian allies humbled in historic election setback

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