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Scores detained after defying Belarus protest ban

Police detain scores attempting to hold banned rally, days after president warns of foreign-backed plot to topple him.

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EU leaders mark 60th anniversary of Rome treaty

Leaders renew Rome treaty vows as they mark the 60th anniversary of EU's founding pact in the Italian capital.

Rome

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London attack: Muslim raises over $30,000 for victims

After witnessing the car-and-knife attack from his office window, Muddassar Ahmed launched a crowdfunding campaign.

Britain's Muslim

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Eleven people drown as boat capsizes in Aegean Sea

Five children reportedly among the 11 dead after boat carrying refugees sinks off the western coast of Turkey.

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Westminster attack: Vigil held in Trafalgar Square

Mourners fill Trafalgar Square after police identify British man who killed four people near parliament.

Vigil held in Trafalgar Square

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Ex-Russia MP Denis Voronenkov killed in Ukraine: police

Denis Voronenkov, a former Russian politicians, was shot dead in Ukraine's capital Kiev, police say.

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Turkey protests against Norway giving officers asylum

Ambassador to Ankara summoned after Norway grants political asylum to Turkish officers allegedly linked to failed coup.

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London police: Eight arrests over Westminster attack

Police identify British man as assailant and arrest eight in probe into deadly attack near UK parliament.

UK police

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Ukraine calls depot explosion an act of sabotage

The munitions and arms housed in the depot were used by Ukrainian troops fighting insurgents.

Ukraine's largest munitions depots

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Britain follows US in electronics ban on flights

UK authorities to prohibit large electronic devices on direct flights coming from six Muslim-majority countries.

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