Blaze at Macron-visited Paris restaurant as pension protests continue

Blaze at Macron-visited Paris restaurant as pension protests continue

A small fire was quickly put out at La Rotonde restaurant in the early hours on Saturday after a string of demonstrations across the city over pension reform proposals.
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Air pollution from wildfires threaten Australian Open tennis matches

Air pollution from wildfires threaten Australian Open tennis matches

Matches at the Australian Open may be suspended if air pollution from the recent wildfires poses a risk to the players' health.
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President Donald Trump selects former defender of Jeffery Epstein to join his legal team

President Donald Trump selects former defender of Jeffery Epstein to join his legal team

Alan Dershowitz will assist the US president in the upcoming Senate trial on Tuesday. The constitutional expert has said he will deliver arguments meant to shield Trump from allegations that he abused his power.
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British territory Gibraltar 'could stay in Schengen Area after Brexit'

British territory Gibraltar 'could stay in Schengen Area after Brexit'

Gibraltar's chief minister, Fabian Picardo, says the territory should remain accessible to the rest of the EU after January 31.
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Australia wild fire smoke goes around the world in 10 days

Australia wild fire smoke goes around the world in 10 days

A hypnotic animation produced by Copernicus' European Atmospheric Monitoring Service shows how Australian fires have generated so much smoke that it has gone around the world, back to Australia
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Joseph Goebbels quote controversy: Brazil culture chief Roberto Alvim sparks anger in video

Joseph Goebbels quote controversy: Brazil culture chief Roberto Alvim sparks anger in video

Brazil's culture minister spoke about national art in a speech that closely resembled that of Hilter's propaganda chief.
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Nine things Davos 2020 is doing to be carbon-neutral

Nine things Davos 2020 is doing to be carbon-neutral

For the fourth consecutive year, the WEF's annual meeting in Davos will be carbon-neutral, according to organisers.
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Land grab: Hungary's political elite accused of milking the system

Land grab: Hungary's political elite accused of milking the system

Hungary is in the headlines again with allegations of large-scale land-grabbing by the ruling elite. Unreported Europe investigates whether leading politicians are handing out precious farmland to friends and family.
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Catalan-Spanish conductor Jordi Savall enthralls UAE audiences

Catalan-Spanish conductor Jordi Savall enthralls UAE audiences

Award-winning Catalan-Spanish conductor and musician Jordi Savall, performed at Abu Dhabi’s Cultural Foundation theatre this month.
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How is a Yemeni school using music to help children in wartime?

How is a Yemeni school using music to help children in wartime?

A school in the southwest of Yemen is implementing music lessons, in the hope of easing the stress of children living within the community.
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Libya's Haftar holds talks in Athens ahead of Berlin summit

Libya's Haftar holds talks in Athens ahead of Berlin summit

Libya's Haftar holds talks in Athens ahead of Berlin summit
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US watchdog says Trump White House 'broke the law' as Senate trial begins

US watchdog says Trump White House 'broke the law' as Senate trial begins

The Government Accountability Office says the government broke the law in withholding aid to Ukraine.
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Germany reaches agreement to phase out coal by 2038

Germany reaches agreement to phase out coal by 2038

The German government will pay utility companies billions of euros to speed up the shutdown of their coal-fired power plants
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EU steps in with fund to ease the cost of going green

EU steps in with fund to ease the cost of going green

The EU Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms, Elisa Ferreira, explains how Brussels is helping coal-dependent countries to move away from fossil fuels.
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Vienna Philharmonic marches to its own tune

Vienna Philharmonic marches to its own tune

The 180-year-old Vienna Philharmonic has played under the baton of some of the world's most famous maestros. But it marches to its own tune.
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YouTube algorithms are promoting climate denial videos to millions - new report

YouTube algorithms are promoting climate denial videos to millions - new report

An investigation by Avaaz found that users are being directed climate denial videos by through their recommended algorithm if you search for terms like "global warming".
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Wikipedia restored in Turkey after being banned for over 2 years | #TheCube

Wikipedia restored in Turkey after being banned for over 2 years | #TheCube

Wikipedia restored in Turkey after being banned for over 2 years | #TheCube
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Ireland's housing crisis becomes key election issue after homeless man seriously injured | #TheCube

Ireland's housing crisis becomes key election issue after homeless man seriously injured | #TheCube

He was hospitalised after authorities removed his tent from near a Dublin canal while he was sleeping inside it | #TheCube
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Former EU diplomat suspected of espionage for China

Former EU diplomat suspected of espionage for China

Former EU diplomat suspected of espionage for China
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Conflicting emotions as MEPs from the UK prepare to leave the European Parliament

Conflicting emotions as MEPs from the UK prepare to leave the European Parliament

They're heading into their final plenary session before they come out of the EP at the end of the month.
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Russian parliament to review Putin PM pick after shock government resignation

Russian parliament to review Putin PM pick after shock government resignation

The Kremlin-loyal parliament is likely to approve Mikhail Mishustin for the role.
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Karamba Diaby: German police launch probe after attack on office of Africa-born MP

Karamba Diaby: German police launch probe after attack on office of Africa-born MP

Bullet holes have been discovered at the office of high-profile Bundestag politician.
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Shakespeare's First Folio: Rare 1623 collection expected to fetch $6m at auction

Shakespeare's First Folio: Rare 1623 collection expected to fetch $6m at auction

Only six of these famous texts are in private hands, and one of them is about to go to auction.
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Watch: Archive footage released of George W Bush and Vladimir Putin dancing

Watch: Archive footage released of George W Bush and Vladimir Putin dancing

The Kremlin put it out to mark Russia president Vladimir Putin's 20th year in power.
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Hungary opens state-sponsored fertility clinics to counter population decline

Hungary opens state-sponsored fertility clinics to counter population decline

This move comes under Prime Minister Victor Orban's “family protection action plan".
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Gladiator of Auschwitz: New film tells the story of Pole who boxed his way through hell

Gladiator of Auschwitz: New film tells the story of Pole who boxed his way through hell

Gladiator of Auschwitz: New film tells the story of Pole who boxed his way through hell
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EU nations trigger dispute mechanism in last-ditch bid to save Iran deal

EU nations trigger dispute mechanism in last-ditch bid to save Iran deal

Britain, France and Germany have triggered the accord's dispute mechanism to force Iran into discussions. The process could bring back UN and EU sanctions on Iran.
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Star Wars actor Mark Hamill quits Facebook over political adverts | #TheCube

Star Wars actor Mark Hamill quits Facebook over political adverts | #TheCube

He's not the only celebrity to have attacked the social media giant, Sacha Baron Cohen took aim last year.
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Massive explosion sparks chemical emergency in Spain

Massive explosion sparks chemical emergency in Spain

Catalonia emergency services have called the blast a 'chemical accident'
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MEPs warn of ‘grave concerns’ over post-Brexit citizens’ rights

MEPs warn of ‘grave concerns’ over post-Brexit citizens’ rights

A European Parliament resolution accuses the British government of failing to safeguard the future of EU nationals living in the UK.
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Libyan rivals Sarraj and Haftar leave Moscow without signing ceasefire deal

Libyan rivals Sarraj and Haftar leave Moscow without signing ceasefire deal

The commander of the Libyan National Army (LNA) Khalifa Haftar and the Government of National Accord (GNA) Prime Minister Fayez Sarraj left Moscow on Tuesday without reaching an agreement on a ceasefire deal proposed by Russia and Turkey.
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Queen Elizabeth II: Harry and Meghan 'have my support'

Queen Elizabeth II: Harry and Meghan 'have my support'

"My family and I are entirely supportive of Harry and Meghan’s desire to create a new life as a young family," she said.
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Storm Brendan lashes Ireland with 130kmph winds

Storm Brendan lashes Ireland with 130kmph winds

High spring tides have compounded the risk of flooding.
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Catalan separatist leaders take up MEP seats in blow to Madrid

Catalan separatist leaders take up MEP seats in blow to Madrid

Catalan separatist leaders Carles Puigdemont and Antoni Comin vowed to push their secessionist cause onto Europe’s agenda as they took up their seats in Strasbourg, despite facing an arrest warrant in Spain.
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G5 Sahel leaders pay tribute to French soldiers killed in Mali

G5 Sahel leaders pay tribute to French soldiers killed in Mali

Macron wants the summit to help re-legitimize the French operation in the Sahel by sending a strong joint message.
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Siemens to honour contract at Australian coal mine despite calls from climate activists | #TheCube

Siemens to honour contract at Australian coal mine despite calls from climate activists | #TheCube

"We should have been wiser about this project beforehand," Kaeser noted in the statement, reiterating that "we need to be a supplier who sticks to its commitments as long as the customer stays on legal grounds, too".
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Iranian police fire tear gas and live rounds against protesters, online videos show

Iranian police fire tear gas and live rounds against protesters, online videos show

Online videos from Tehran show Iranian police and security forces firing both tear gas and live rounds to disperse demonstrators who are protesting against the Islamic Republic's initial denial that it shot down a Ukrainian jetliner
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Europe urges Iran to keep nuclear deal as Tehran protesters defy regime

Europe urges Iran to keep nuclear deal as Tehran protesters defy regime

Videos on social media showed protesters shouting anti-government slogans in Tehran and other Iranian cities despite the presence of security forces.
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Malta's new PM promises to stengthen rule of law amid political and legal crisis

Malta's new PM promises to stengthen rule of law amid political and legal crisis

Robert Abela takes over from Joseph Muscat as Malta's PM, amid outrage over the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
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Iran plane families will get answers, says Canada PM Trudeau

Iran plane families will get answers, says Canada PM Trudeau

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it's been gut-wrenching to listen to stories from relatives of 57 Canadians who perished in the downing of a Ukrainian jetliner in Iran last week as he attended one of several memorials across the countr...
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Four suspected unexploded WW2 bombs force evacuation of 14,000 in Dortmund

Four suspected unexploded WW2 bombs force evacuation of 14,000 in Dortmund

Authorities in the German city of Dortmund moved around 14,000 people from homes and buildings due to four suspected unexploded WW2 bombs
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Thousands flee Taal volcano in Philippines as ash shuts Manila airport

Thousands flee Taal volcano in Philippines as ash shuts Manila airport

Thousands flee Taal volcano eruption in Philippines as ash shuts Manila airport
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Lisbon kicks-off year as European Green Capital 2020

Lisbon kicks-off year as European Green Capital 2020

The Portuguese city of Lisbon has kicked-off its year as European Green Capital with the planting of 20,000 trees
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Sydney Opera House lit up in tribute as Australia wildfires claim another victim

Sydney Opera House lit up in tribute as Australia wildfires claim another victim

Sydney's iconic opera house was illuminated in tribute to those battling wildfires as the blazes claimed the life of a professional firefighter
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Tripoli accuses rivals of breaking conditional ceasefire minutes after it takes effect

Tripoli accuses rivals of breaking conditional ceasefire minutes after it takes effect

The ceasefire took effect early on Sunday and if it holds, it will mark the first break in fighting in months.
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Hundreds of judges and lawyers join Warsaw protest against Polish 'muzzle-law'

Hundreds of judges and lawyers join Warsaw protest against Polish 'muzzle-law'

Poland plans sanctions against judges who oppose judicial reforms that have been denounced as a "muzzle-law".
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Russia and Turkey push for ceasefire in Libya

Russia and Turkey push for ceasefire in Libya

German Chancellor Angela Merkel backed the ceasefire effort and announced talks would take place in Berlin.
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