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Thousands protest against Macron reforms across France

French president promises to stand firm as public-sector staff and students rally against his labour overhaul effort.

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The UK's Windrush generation: What's the scandal about?

UK Prime Minister Theresa May issues an apology to Caribbean leaders for the treatment of immigrants, but is it enough?

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Tens of thousands rally in Armenia as ex-president elected PM

Opposition protesters see appointment of Serge Sargisyan as an attempt to expand his rule.

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Scientists test plastic-eating enzyme in bid to fight pollution

It is a world first in an effort to find a solution for the 300 million tonnes of plastic produced every year.

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Russia 'will not delay' in response to US sanctions: Deputy FM

US ambassador to the UN says US could announce as early as Monday new sanctions on Moscow for support of Syria's Assad.

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Theresa May defends Syria strikes in parliament

Rejecting accusations of US pressure, UK PM says involvement in Saturday's coordinated attack was in national interest.

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Montenegro's Djukanovic wins presidency, avoids runoff

The veteran leader and former MP Milo Djukanovic favours European integration.

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Putin: Further Syria strikes to cause chaos in international ties

Russian president tells Iranian counterpart that US-led attacks damage prospects for political reconciliation in Syria.

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Viktor Orban's victory prompts protest in Budapest

Organisers estimate size of the crowd at over 100,000, calling for a recount of ballots, free media, a new election law.

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Jeremy Corbyn: Allies' bombing is 'legally questionable'

PM should have sought parliamentary approval before any military strike, opposition Labour Party leader says.

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