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Zaev calls attack in parliament 'attempted murder'

Macedonia opposition leader, injured in Thursday's violence, shuns talks and brands attack on him as 'attempted murder'.

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Zoran Zaev hurt as protesters storm Skopje parliament

Leader of Social Democrats among the injured after violence broke out following election of ethnic Albanian as speaker.

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Calais living conditions now 'far worse' for refugees

Authorities keen to make French port city migrant-free after 'Jungle' closure are hostile to refugees, charity claims.

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Drone strike that killed Reyaad Khan 'not transparent'

Intelligence and Security Committee says government did not disclose key documents over killing of Reyaad Khan in Syria.

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Court refuses extradition of Ramush Haradinaj to Serbia

Extradition of Kosovo's ex-PM - accused of war crimes by Serbia - blocked over fears he may not get a fair trial.

Ramush Haradinaj

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Amiens: Le Pen upstages Macron at Whirlpool factory

Far-right candidate beats centrist favourite in meeting with Whirlpool factory workers threatened with outsourcing.

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Tranexamic acid can reduce maternal deaths 'by a third'

Trial of 20,000 women shows deaths from heavy bleeding after giving birth reduced by 30 percent with tranexamic acid.

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EU opens case against Hungary over higher education law

Brussels says Budapest undermines principle of academic freedom by targeting university funded by US philanthropist.

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Ivanka faces tough questions over Trump in Berlin

Taking part in women-focused summit, Ivanka Trump says she is still 'rather unfamiliar' with role of first daughter.

Ivanka Trump

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Russia steps in after Ukraine cuts off power to Luhansk

Kiev government cites unpaid charges as reason for halting power supply to separatist-run region bordering Russia.

Luhansk

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