Turkey begins military offensive in northern Syria; EU chief condemns

Turkey begins military offensive in northern Syria; EU chief condemns

The military offensive against Kurdish militants comes after the US pulled out troops from the area.
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Watch again: UK parliament speaker refuses to allow 'yes-no' vote on Brexit deal

Watch again: UK parliament speaker refuses to allow 'yes-no' vote on Brexit deal

The UK government says its bill to implement the new Brexit deal will go before parliament on Monday. Opposition Labour lawmakers plan significant changes.
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Fire and fury: Chile rocked by violent protests over metro fares

Fire and fury: Chile rocked by violent protests over metro fares

Its the first time tanks have been sent to the streets since Chile returned to democracy in 1990.
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Swiss election: Greens gain while far-right loses ground - projection

Swiss election: Greens gain while far-right loses ground - projection

The Greens made strong gains in Switzerland's election on Sunday while the far-right party lost ground, early results showed.
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Riots in Chile leave at least seven dead as government extends state of emergency

Riots in Chile leave at least seven dead as government extends state of emergency

Riots in Chile leave at least seven dead as government extends state of emergency
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Brussels passes UK's Brexit delay letter to EU parliament

Brussels passes UK's Brexit delay letter to EU parliament

The 27 Brexit weary EU states met on Sunday and agreed they would forward a controversial letter from the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to the European Parliament this week for approval.
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South Africa and Wales make it through to the World Cup semi-finals

South Africa and Wales make it through to the World Cup semi-finals

Wales waited until the sixth last minute to beat France with a try from Ross Moriarty and clinch victory by one point, winning 20-19.
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Lebanon's Hariri agrees on reform package after nationwide protests

Lebanon's Hariri agrees on reform package after nationwide protests

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri agreed on Sunday a package of reforms to ease an economic crisis that has sparked nationwide protests.
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Kurdish fighters pull out of Syrian border town while Erdogan expects US to 'keep promises'

Kurdish fighters pull out of Syrian border town while Erdogan expects US to 'keep promises'

The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said on Sunday it had pulled out all its fighters from the border town of Ras al Ain, while Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey expects the US to keep its promises on a five-day truce.
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Francis Ford Coppola lights up Lyon's Lumiere Film Festival

Francis Ford Coppola lights up Lyon's Lumiere Film Festival

Cult US filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola has received the prestigious Lumière Award at the Lumière festival, which ends on Sunday in Lyon.
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Authorities 'not overwhelmed' by Barcelona street violence, says Spain's acting interior minister

Authorities 'not overwhelmed' by Barcelona street violence, says Spain's acting interior minister

Masked demonstrators clashed with police in central Barcelona on Friday as a fifth day of protests over the jailing of separatist leaders turned violent.
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Chile's president declares state of emergency in capital Santiago

Chile's president declares state of emergency in capital Santiago

Chile's President Sebastián Piñera has declared a state of emergency inthe capital Santiago as protests against a rise in the cost of public transport have escalated.
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Beirut flooded with protesters as the government fails to pass key reforms for the economy

Beirut flooded with protesters as the government fails to pass key reforms for the economy

Demonstrators called for the "downfall of the regime" in Lebanon as tens of thousands took to the streets protesting against corruption and government inaction.
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North Macedonia PM calls for snap election after EU membership talks blocked

North Macedonia PM calls for snap election after EU membership talks blocked

“Citizens must decide which path we will take in the future – the correct, progressive European path, the path of reforms, or the path that leads backwards, towards isolation, nationalism, conflicts"
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Hundreds of thousands flee Turkey's incursion into northern Syria

Hundreds of thousands flee Turkey's incursion into northern Syria

Turkey military operation in northern Syria has created a fresh wave of refugees.
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As plans for the UK's first spaceport take shape, opposition grows

As plans for the UK's first spaceport take shape, opposition grows

Trekking through the muddy peat bog on the A'Mhoine peninsula on the remote north coast of Scotland, it seems hard to imagine that within a couple of years, that this remote, beautiful, wetland landscape could be the UK's first spaceport, launchin...
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Can Boris Johnson get his Brexit deal through parliament?

Can Boris Johnson get his Brexit deal through parliament?

Boris Johnson and the European Union finally found a middle ground for a new deal. But can it survive the high waters of the British parliament?
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Watch: Aleppo souk reopens, representing return to former way of life

Watch: Aleppo souk reopens, representing return to former way of life

The market, which was partially destroyed in the fighting that took place in the city, is part of an area listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its Arab culture.
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'A grave historic error': Juncker hits out as North Macedonia and Albania have EU bids blocked

'A grave historic error': Juncker hits out as North Macedonia and Albania have EU bids blocked

Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama told Euronews on Friday that his country is "collateral damage" in an intra-EU power struggle.
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Watch: Designers showcase fashion and interiors fit for life on Mars

Watch: Designers showcase fashion and interiors fit for life on Mars

Should NASA's plans come to fruition, one day there will be (human) life on Mars. Designers are showcasing what future Martians might wear and how they might live.
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Watch: Life in plastic is fantastic as Barbie opens her Dreamhome to guests

Watch: Life in plastic is fantastic as Barbie opens her Dreamhome to guests

The Malibu mansion has been listed on holiday rental site Airbnb and features an infinity pool with waterslide, a cinema and a meditation space.
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Imagine Picasso: Immersive installation takes visitors on a 'poetic voyage' through his art

Imagine Picasso: Immersive installation takes visitors on a 'poetic voyage' through his art

"A poetic, plastic, generous, voyage where visitors take pleasure in seeing the works through a new lens" is how the installation creators described the new exhibit.
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Egyptian comedian Bassem Youssef: “Nobody should be above satire”

Egyptian comedian Bassem Youssef: “Nobody should be above satire”

Since he burst upon the comedic scene in Egypt back in 2011, political satirist, author and stand-up star Bassem Youssef, has been endlessly compared to The Daily Show’s former host, John Stewart.
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Picture power: Middle East photographers focus on people behind the news

Picture power: Middle East photographers focus on people behind the news

Capturing someone’s life story in a single moment is what Oslo-based photographer Afshin Ismaeli does for a living.
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Boris Johnson seeks MPs’ support for Brexit deal in new race against time

Boris Johnson seeks MPs’ support for Brexit deal in new race against time

After its approval by EU leaders, the new Brexit deal faces a formidable hurdle at Westminster in a crucial vote on Saturday.
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