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Refugee crisis: Pope pleads for 'common humanity'

Visit expected to turn spotlight on Europe's controversial deal with Turkey to end the unprecedented refugee crisis.

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Bernie Sanders calls out capitalism at the Vatican

US presidential hopeful says global action needed to end growing poverty and "economy operated for the top 1 percent".

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Pope Francis brings 12 Syrians to Vatican from Lesbos

Francis implores EU leaders to come to the aid of refugees in symbolic visit to Greek island at the centre of crisis.

Pope Francis

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Germany OKs Jan Boehmermann prosecution in Erdogan row

Government grants Turkish request to allow having Jan Boehmermann charged for allegedly insulting President Erdogan.

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Greenland sees early ice sheet melt

Ice-sheet melt is one of the more visible and key signs of man-made global warming from the burning of fossil fuels.

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'Arms supplier' to Paris attacker detained in Spain

Police arrest Antoine Denevi suspected of arming Amedy Coulibaly who along with Kouachi brothers killed 17 in 2015.

Spanish police

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Turkey's Erdogan files case against German comedian

Satirical poem read on TV by Boehmermann erupts into a diplomatic incident that catches Angela Merkel in a conundrum.

Jan Boehmermann

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Brussels attacks: Belgian police arrest two more men

Authorities say they have arrested two suspects in relation to last month's attacks that, prosecutors say.

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Panama Papers: UK's Cameron fights back in parliament

David Cameron lashes out at 'deeply hurtful' allegations made against his father after the Panama Papers leak.

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Suicide bombers target Russia's Stavropol: Interfax

The four suicide bombers were the only ones killed in the blasts and no one else was wounded, police say.

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