EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker cuts holiday short for ‘urgent surgery’

EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker cuts holiday short for ‘urgent surgery’

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All Blacks beat South Africa 23-13 in World Cup opening match

All Blacks beat South Africa 23-13 in World Cup opening match

Four minutes of first-half brilliance led an otherwise unconvincing New Zealand to a 23-13 victory over South Africa in a clash between two World Cup favourites on Saturday that never quite lived up to its billing.
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Watch: Batman symbol beamed into sky as caped crusader turns 80

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Police in Hong Kong fire tear gas at anti-government protesters

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Virginia Giuffre talks for the first time about Prince Andrew's alleged sexual abuse

Virginia Giuffre talks for the first time about Prince Andrew's alleged sexual abuse

Virginia Giuffre talks for the first time about Prince Andrew's alleged sexual abuse
Scientists have embarked from Norway on the longest-ever expedition to the Arctic

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US to send troops to Saudi Arabia after attacks on oil installations

US to send troops to Saudi Arabia after attacks on oil installations

Drone strikes on key Saudi oil installations last Saturday have reduced the flow of the world's oil supplies by about five percent.
Germany's health minister visits Mexico in nurse recruitment drive

Germany's health minister visits Mexico in nurse recruitment drive

Nurses have already been recruited from Kosovo and the Philippines as Germany's aging population is putting a big strain on its health services.
Feminist protest in Madrid draws attention to domestic violence

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Thousands of protesters gathered in Madrid on Friday to march against domestic violence and a series of high-profile rape cases.
Global climate strikes: it's not just affluent western nations

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Watch: Drought kills hundreds of fish in Greek lake

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Hundreds of fish have washed up on the shores of a lake after drought caused a drop in the water level. The phenomenon is blamed on high temperatures and a lack of rainfall.
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The third edition of the El Gouna Film Festival has opened its curtains in Egypt. More than 200 movie stars and filmmakers made an appearance on the red carpet opening night.
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'Brexit destroyed my business': The small business owners who left the UK

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As the prospect of a no-deal Brexit moves closer, some small business owners have decided to move their companies out of the UK
Watch: Eyeball drinks on the menu at Hong Kong restaurant in honour of protesters

Watch: Eyeball drinks on the menu at Hong Kong restaurant in honour of protesters

This Hong Kong restaurant is paying tribute to a woman whose eye was injured during pro-democracy protests. The woman became a symbol of alleged police violence during demonstrations.
Watch: Norway's last coal miners fight for survival against climate policy

Watch: Norway's last coal miners fight for survival against climate policy

Norway's last coal mine, in the Arctic archipelago, is under threat of closure. It is situated in the northernmost town on Earth – which is also the fastest heating, thanks to climate change.
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Dubai is the new Milan as fashion designers head east

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Fashion designers and industry professionals are flocking to Dubai, which is fast making its mark in the world of haute couture.
Black panther spotted prowling rooftops in northern France

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A black panther was photographed prowling rooftops in Armentières, in northern France.
Scientists in Iceland fuse carbon dioxide into rock in a bid to combat climate change

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Iceland's glaciers are changing every year, so scientists are developing new ways to neutralize the harmful effects of carbon dioxide.
Elections in Spain: What could influence the November elections to break the political impasse?

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Spaniards were frustrated and angry on Wednesday after being called to the polls for a fourth time in four years and some said they would stay away from the ballot box, making it harder to predict how the political deadlock could be broken.
Global climate strikes kick off ahead of UN summit on climate change

Global climate strikes kick off ahead of UN summit on climate change

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