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UK court rules mass surveillance bill unlawful

Ruling forces UK to scale down Investigatory Powers Act, which allows for mass collection of phone and internet records.

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George Soros: Many Hungarians believe he has a party

No such political party exists but government campaign against the 'Soros Agenda' has ramped up ahead of elections.

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Poland: Holocaust happened but Auschwitz is not Polish

Polish parliament outlaws references to Auschwitz and other Nazi-run concentration camps as "Polish death camps".

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IKEA founder Kamprad dies at 91

IKEA's simple but sturdy designs and self-assembly products are now familiar in homes around the globe.

Billionaire IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad

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Russia police arrest Alexei Navalny amid protests

A video posted on his Twitter account on Sunday showed several policemen wrestling him to the ground before dragging him into a police bus, surrounded by a crowd of supporters and journalists.

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Thousands of Albanians call for Edi Rama's resignation

Opposition supporters call on Prime Minister Edi Rama to resign over his cabinet's alleged links to organised crime.

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Spain to block Puigdemont as Catalan president

Puigdemont's Together for Catalonia party to file complaint against the move, saying he is a legitimate candidate.

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Activists demand UK cancel Mohammed Bin Salman visit

Campaign groups blame the Saudi crown prince for the deteriorating humanitarian situation in country.

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Winter warmth record for Denmark

Repeated bouts of mild, wet, Atlantic weather have broken more temperature records and brought a flood risk to Europe.

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Far-right politician converts to Islam, quits AfD party

Social media users note irony of Wagner converting to Islam after being member of Islamophobic party.

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Sergey Lavrov denies allegations of US vote meddling

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Theresa May: 'UK committed to Europe's future security'

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French Muslims urge Macron not to interfere in Islam

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What's behind Mikheil Saakashvili's Ukraine ordeal?

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Israel boycotts film festival over Foxtrot screening

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UK judge upholds arrest warrant for Julian Assange

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Mateusz Morawiecki stands by previous statements as he rejects criticism of his country's new Holocaust law.

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