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#France opens criminal inquiry into Germanwings crash

A panel of judges tasked to determine if manslaughter charges should be brought over March 26 crash that killed 150.

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Probe launched into hacker attacks on nuclear talks

Swiss and Austrian authorities investigate possible spying in luxury hotels hosting talks, as Israel denies involvement.

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British 'Dracula' actor Christopher Lee dies at 93

Lee was known for his roles in the 1958 version of Dracula and as wizard Saruman in Lord of the Rings trilogy.

Christopher Lee

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Turkey's Erdogan calls for swift creation of government

President urges quick formation of coalition government after his AK party failed to win election majority.

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Pope creates tribunal for bishop child abuse cases

Unprecedented Vatican department will judge bishops accused of covering up or not preventing sexual abuse of minors.

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UK deports Pakistani student despite 'risk to life'

Supporters fear Majid Ali may face death in Balochistan, where they say his family members have been killed or abducted.

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102-year-old awarded PhD denied by #Nazis 77 years ago

The Nazis' anti-Semitic laws meant student was classified as a "Mischling" because of her mother's Jewish faith.

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#Romania parliament rejects calls to lift PM's immunity

Country's PM is under investigation for corruption, but cannot be suspended from office even if found guilty.

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Probe urged into attack on Spanish tourists in #Yemen

Prosecutor wants deadly 2007 car bombing investigated after Al Jazeera airs exclusive interview of al-Qaeda informant.

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Europe top banks join fight against human-trafficking

Financial institutions will help EU policing agency spot suspicious transactions that could identify criminal activity.

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