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More migrants shipped back to Turkey under EU pact

The 124 people sent from the Greek island of Lesbos to Turkey were from countries other than Syria.

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Panama Papers: David Cameron admits profiting from fund

British PM says he sold stake in his late father's offshore investment fund four months before taking office in 2010.

David Cameron

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Panama Papers: Iceland names new PM amid poll calls

New PM appointed amid calls for early elections later in the year, after Panama Papers led previous leader to step down.

Gunnlaugsson

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Dutch firmly reject EU-Ukraine ties in referendum

Voters in the Netherlands resoundingly said "no" to EU-Ukraine pact, dealing an embarrassing blow to the government.

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Pakistani man threatens suicide in Lesbos camp protest

Man threatens to hang himself as scores of people locked up in a detention centre protest against deportation to Turkey.

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EU to 'scale up' deportation of refugees to Turkey

As EU plans to intensify deportations, refugees still making desperate attempt to cross the Aegean Sea to Greece.

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France: Jean-Marie Le Pen fined for gas chamber remark

Le Pen convicted of denying crimes against humanity for repeating the Nazi gas chambers are a "detail" of World War II.

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Dutch Ukraine referendum tests strength of anti-EU mood

Citizen-enforced vote on economic and political ties with Ukraine seen as test of anti-EU sentiment in the Netherlands.

Right-wing MP Geert Wilders

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Climate change 'could wipe $2.5tn off' global assets

In the worst case scenario $24 trillion worth of global financial assets might be damaged, a new study says.

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Deportation of refugees from Greece to Turkey begins

First boats carrying people from Greece arrive on Turkish shores under EU deal.

Deportation of refugees

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