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UK's Labour Party to vote on anti-Semitism definitions

Defenders of Jeremy Corbyn say attacks against Labour leader are meant to discredit his pro-Palestine stance.

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Mauritius challenges Britain's claim to Chagos Islands at ICJ

The case is seen by some as a test of whether colonial-era deals struck by world powers are legitimate.

Diego Garcia

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Thousands protest against pension law despite Putin's rollback

Several large rallies have taken place in recent months against an unpopular proposal to raise the retirement age.

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Tens of thousands gather for funeral of Ukrainian rebel leader

Alexander Zakharchenko was the highest-profile member of Moscow-backed rebels to be killed in Ukraine's war.

Alexander Zakharchenko

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Thousands protest for and against refugees in Chemnitz

Far-right and left-wing rallies draw 8,000 people in German city following wave of violence over carpenter's killing.

Chemnitz

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Stabbed tourists in Amsterdam were US citizens

US ambassador to the Netherlands confirms identity of the two people wounded by a 19-year-old man.

Stabbed tourists in Amsterdam

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Alexander Zakharchenko killed in Donetsk cafe explosion

Russia accuses Ukraine of assassinating separatist leader of self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic.

Alexander Zakharchenko

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Geert Wilders cancels Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest

November event that sparked protests in Pakistan was scrapped over security concerns, says far-right Dutch politician.

Geert Wilders

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Blow for France's Macron as star environment minister quits

Nicolas Hulot resigned live on radio - without informing the French president beforehand.

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Russia to hold biggest war games since Cold War

NATO to monitor Russia's September drill of 300,000 troops, 1,000 aircraft, two naval fleets and all its airborne units.

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Theresa May warns rebel MPs back my Brexit plan or face no deal

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German police clear forest camp as thousands protest coal mine

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Dutch Catholic Church accused of covering up child abuse

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London Mayor Sadiq Khan calls for second referendum on Brexit

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Hungary to explore legal steps to challenge critical EU ruling

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Spain makes U-turn, will now sell 400 missiles to Saudi Arabia

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