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Court orders Denmark to compensate 18 Iraqis over torture

Plaintiffs awarded $4,600 each as Copenhagen appeals court rules that Danish soldiers failed to prevent abuse.

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Italy, France call for refugee processing centres in Africa

Giuseppe Conte hosted by Emmanuel Macron amid bid to bury hatchet following diplomatic row over rejected refugee ship.

Emmanuel Macron, right, and Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte

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Suspect arrested over UK 'Punish a Muslim' letters

David Parnham from the eastern English town of Lincoln faces several charges including soliciting to murder.

'Punish a Muslim' letters

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French border police regularly abused refugee children: Oxfam

Charity accuses French border police of withholding food and water, and forcibly returning minors to Italy.

French border police

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Georgia's prime minister resigns after mass protests

The ruling party, Georgian Dream, has seven days to nominate a prime minister who will be appointed by the president.

Giorgi Kvirikashvili

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Five things to know about the Aquarius refugee ship

Key questions answered as a rescue boat with 629 refugees and migrants heads to Spain after being denied entry in Italy.

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'Europe's moral compass lost': Uncertainty over Aquarius refugees

European policies are criminalising vulnerable people, rights groups say, as hundreds are left stranded for days at sea.

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MSF urges EU states to allow immediate disembarkation of Aquarius

Medical charity says boat packed with 629 people should be allowed access to the nearest port immediately.

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Spain offers to take in Aquarius ship carrying over 600 refugees

Move by new Spanish government comes after Italy and Malta refused to let humanitarian vessel dock at their ports.

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Eugenie Brazier: Why Google honours her today

Hailed for her fresh, simple cuisine, Eugenie Brazier would have been celebrating her birthday on June 12.

Eugenie Brazier

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Dutch FM under fire after making discriminatory remarks

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Hungary follows US in pulling out of UN migration pact

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EU-Macedonia deal to deploy border guards to curb migration

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Numerous deaths as boat capsizes off Cyprus

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EU hits Google with $5bn fine for breaking competition rules

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Tech leaders call for autonomous weapons ban

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Prosecutors investigate French president's security officer after he's filmed hitting and stomping a demonstrator.

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