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Russia inauguration: What did Vladimir Putin say

President Putin took the oath of office on Monday. Here is a full transcript of what he said at his inauguration.

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Putin sworn in as Russian president for fourth term

Former KGB spy begins another six-year term as Russian president after his re-election in March.

Vladimir Putin

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Catalonia separatists propose Carles Puigdemont as new president

Secessionists view Puigdemont as legitimate candidate for region's presidency but Spain wants him tried for rebellion.

Carles Puigdemont

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Russian opposition leader Navalny released from detention

Navalny was arrested on Saturday after organising and attending a massive anti-Putin protest in Moscow.

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Russian opposition leader Navalny 'detained at anti-Putin rally'

More than 1,300 people have been detained at protests nationwide, human rights monitor says.

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Cambridge Analytica ordered to release data on US voter

Order paves way for as many as 240 million Americans on whom the company claims to have data, to file similar requests.

Cambridge Analytica

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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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UK 'yet to renew visa' of Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich

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Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal discharged from UK hospital

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EU moves to block US sanctions on Iran

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Physical exercise may worsen dementia, says study

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Tamara de Lempicka: Why Google honours her today

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New study links body clock to mood disorders

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