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German newspaper attacked 'over cartoons'

Daily tabloid Hamburger Morgenpost targeted in arson attack after reprinting French magazine Charlie Hebdo cartoons.

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German anti-racism rally draws thousands

Demonstrators continue protests against weekly anti-immigration marches held in Dresden by far-right movement.

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Police hunt 'accomplice' after #Paris attacks

Hayat Boumeddiene, "armed and dangerous", reportedly out of country, amid plans to hold unity march in French capital.

French police

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#Russia says transsexuals unfit to drive

New road safety regulations bar transsexuals, transvestites and others with "sexual disorders" from driving.

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Six killed in clashes in eastern #Ukraine

Two civilians die amid mortar and rocket attacks near Donetsk airport, as four troops killed across separatist province.

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Tariq Ramadan: The West, terrorism and Islam

Prominent Muslim scholar, Tariq Ramadan, condemns attack in Paris but says the West is fueling Islamophobia.

Tariq Ramadan

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Deadly end to sieges in #France

Brothers thought to be behind attack on satirical magazine killed by police, along with gunman at grocery store siege.

Porte De Vincennes

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Four hostages dead in police raid in #Paris

Hostage-taker also killed in police operation in east of French capital.

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Charlie Hebdo suspects killed as siege ends

Police say operation against two brothers suspected to be behind magazine attack is over after gunfire heard on site.

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US to remove troops from 15 European bases

Pentagon says changes will save about $500m a year and mostly affect bases in the UK and Portugal.

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