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UK MPs back Brexit bill critics call 'power grab'

After more than 13 hours of speeches, members of parliament vote in favour of bill seen as first big Brexit hurdle.

Brexit

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Pope Francis slams 'stupid' climate change deniers

Pontiff calls on politicians to take scientists' advice as he raises alarm over global warming after major storms.

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Norway's Erna Solberg claims victory in close election

With 95 percent of the votes counted, the right-wing bloc, headed by Solberg, is on track for re-election.

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Ex-ally vows to unite opposition against Ukraine leader

Former Georgian president says he plans to unseat Ukraine's Poroshenko over failed promises made during Maidan protests.

Mikheil Saakashvili

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Stateless Saakashvili forces his way into Ukraine

The ex-Georgian president, who was stripped of his Ukrainian citizenship in July, now risks extradition to Georgia.

Former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili

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Norway goes to the polls in 'election thriller'

Polling stations open in Norway on Monday with the electoral race anticipated to be the closest in decades.

Jonas Gahr Store

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Carles Puigdemont vows to see through independence vote

Regional government 'more determined than ever' to hold plebiscite, Catalan leader says, despite Madrid's opposition.

Carles Puigdemont

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Germany rejects Polish call for WWII reparations

Polish officials have spoken of plans to push for compensation for the destruction of towns and cities caused by Nazis.

Poland's Prime Minister Beata Szydlo

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Hungary to fight EU migrant quotas despite setback

EU top court rejected Hungary's challenge on migrant relocation plan, but Prime Minister Viktor Orban vows to fight on.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban

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Spanish court suspends Catalonia's independence vote

Call for referendum on Catalonia's independence suspended despite its regional parliament vote to go ahead with it.

Catalonia's regional parliament

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May loses Brexit vote in parliament ahead of EU summit

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Macron: World is losing battle against climate change

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Ukraine authorities to appeal Saakashvili's release

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EU shuns call to recognise Jerusalem as Israeli capital

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Netanyahu seeks EU support on Jerusalem status

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New drug offers hope for treating Huntington's disease

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British politicians vote in favour of giving parliament the final say on any withdrawal deal with the European Union.

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