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Dutch-led investigators say Russian missile shot down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over Ukraine in 2014

The Kremlin could be found culpable for the deaths of 298 civilians, worsening tensions between Russia and the West.

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Ireland votes on its abortion ban, a ‘once in a generation’ decision

The tally may be especially close in the rural heart of the country.

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Giuseppe Conte, a political novice, is on the verge of becoming Italy’s prime minister

An academic, Conte has no political experience.

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After the royal wedding, will Meghan Markle have to rein in her activism?

She had opinions and spoke her mind before her engagement to Prince Harry.

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Migrants say these mass shelters are like prisons. Germany wants to build more.

Officials say the facilities will streamline deportations, but critics see a doomed strategy.

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Pranksters trick UK's top diplomat. Foreign Office not laughing.

The British government has opened an investigation into how a notorious duo of Russian pranksters were able to add British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to their list of punked politician and celebrities.

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Sweden passes law defining sex without consent as rape

Sweden has become the latest European country to recognize sex without mutual consent as rape, passing a law stipulating that people must consent with clear verbal or body language.

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Despite sanctions, Putin pulls world back to Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin presides this week over the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, continuing a charm offensive that aims to revive Brand Russia.

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Irish across world travel #HomeToVote in abortion referendum

Ireland will vote Friday on whether to repeal the Eighth Amendment to the country's constitution, which says a mother and her fetus have equal rights ...

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Russia ‘Accountable’ for Downed Airliner, Australia and Netherlands Say

The Kremlin rejects claims that it shot down a Malaysian jet in 2014, but the countries whose citizens made up the bulk of passengers are pursuing ...

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Italy PM-designate Conte gives up bid for government

Giuseppe Conte renounces his attempt to become PM after the president vetoes his economy pick.

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Berlin far-right supporters outnumbered by counter-protest

Supporters of far-right party AfD were met by at least twice as many counter-protesters, police said.

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Huge fire at Germany's largest theme park

Thousands of visitors were evacuated when a blaze engulfed part of Europa-Park on Saturday.

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After Ireland says Yes to abortion, what next for Northern Ireland?

The successful campaign to repeal Ireland's Eighth Amendment turns to face the north.

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Syria war: Russians killed in militant raid in Deir al-Zour

At least four military personnel died in the attack in Deir al-Zour province, Moscow says.

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Irish abortion referendum: New laws by end of the year - Irish PM

It follows an overwhelming vote in favour of overturning the country's abortion ban.

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Ireland's yes voters celebrate landmark vote on abortion

As she held her 18-month old daughter closely to her chest, Amanda Mellet summed up in words what many in Ireland were feeling Saturday after the nation's referendum on abortion passed by a landslide.

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Real Madrid fans celebrate Champions League victory

Madrid parties after the local team wins the Champions League cup against Liverpool.

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Ireland votes resoundingly to repeal abortion ban

Ireland has voted an emphatic "Yes" to amend the country's constitution to enable legislation that would allow women to have an abortion in a historic and emotionally charged referendum.

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Recovery 'extremely painful,' poisoned Russian woman says

Former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, are continuing to recover from a nerve agent attack, and their rehabilitation has been ...

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Political unknown appointed Italy's new prime minister

Giuseppe Conte, a law professor with no political experience, has been appointed Italy's next prime minister.

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The Americans trying to stop Ireland from voting Yes to abortion

American anti-abortion groups are hoping to sway Ireland's abortion referendum, leaving some Irish fearful that foreign influence is disrupting their ...

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A terrorist attack turned Charlie Hebdo into a revered institution it never sought to be

A survivor of the 2015 attack speaks about the magazine’s past and present.

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How an Irish-American woman’s legal case helped spur Ireland’s abortion referendum

Amanda Mellet contested Ireland’s abortion ban at the U.N. — and won.

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Fierce blaze in Bordeaux, France, forces evacuations

Buildings are evacuated in a residential area of the French city as fire erupts at a car dealership.

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