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The United States has concluded that last weekend's attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities was carried out by low altitude cruise ..read more
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US tech giant Apple is in court in Luxembourg to argue why it shouldn't have to pay back taxes owed to Ireland, as per a 2016 EU commission ..read more
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Official results in Tunisia's presidential election have confirmed a duel in the second round of voting between law professor Kais Saied ..read more
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Law professor Kais Saied and imprisoned media mogul Nabil Karoui have come out on top of Tunisia's first round presidential election, ..read more
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Israelis voted Tuesday in a repeat election that will decide whether longtime Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stays in power despite a ..read more
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France’s Environment Minister, Elizabeth Borne, has banned the use of a bear called Mischa in shows and performances, after a campaign by ..read more
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A new novel, Mr Singh's Rickshaw, by journalist Olivier Da Lage, calls into question the very foundations of Hindu society. The fictional ..read more
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On 17 September, whistle-blower and former National Security Agency employee Edward Snowden published his autobiography Permanent Record, ..read more
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With less than two weeks to go before French parliament begins debate on immigration, President Emmanuel Macron has urged his government ..read more
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French officials are clearing around 1,000 migrants from a gymnasium near the northern port of Dunkirk, after a court ordered its closure ..read more

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