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UK court allows appeal against arms sales to Saudi Arabia

Campaigners aiming to stop UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia to prevent their use in Yemen win right to appeal.

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Nobel Prize for literature postponed in wake of sex scandal

Award postponed after new details emerge on Swedish Academy's handling of a sexual and financial misconduct scandals.

The Swedish Academy

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Georges Melies: Why Google honours him today

On May 3, 1912, the French illusionist and film director released what is considered as his greatest masterpiece.

Georges Melies

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Pashinyan calls off mass protests as path to candidacy clears

Armenia's ruling Republican Party has announced it will support whichever candidate gets nominated by one-third of MPs.

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Suspect in Hamas engineer assassination arrested in Croatia

Tunisia says Bosnia refuses to allow Croatia to hand over suspect accused of killing Hamas member Mohammed al-Zawari.

The body of Hamas member Fadi al-Batsch,

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ETA: Basque separatist group disbands after decades of conflict

Basque separatist group says it has 'dissolved all its structures' following decision to disarm in April 2017.

ETA

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Who is Armenian opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan?

The 42-year-old opposition leader has mobilised tens of thousands of people to protest against Armenia's ruling elite.

Nikol Pashinyan

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Big disruption as Armenia protesters heed civil disobedience call

Demonstrators block roads to capital after MPs reject bid by opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan to be prime minister.

Nikol Pashinyan

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More than 100 detained in Paris after violent May Day protests

The annual May Day rally held by labour unions for better workers' rights led to chaos in the streets of Paris.

May Day protests

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Armenian parliament fails to elect new PM

Ruling Republican Party of Armenia made a unified decision to vote against opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan.

Armenians rally in Yerevan

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Turkey and the Netherlands resume full diplomatic ties

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French president to fire aide caught beating protesters in May

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UK using child spies in police operations

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Putin: Powerful forces trying to sabotage US-Russia ties

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Macron aide probed after caught on video beating protester

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Spain drops arrest warrants for former Catalan leader Puigdemont

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Donald Trump's controversial former adviser says he plans to set up a foundation 'to spark populist right-wing revolt'.

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