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Bavaria election seen as tough test for Merkel's allies

Setback expected for dominant Christian Social Union as far-right and left parties pick up votes over migration.

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Slain Salvadoran archbishop, Pope Paul VI declared saints

Romero was killed by right-wing death squad in El Salvador. Paul VI guided the church through tumult of the 1960s.

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Merkel's Bavarian allies humbled in historic election setback

Christian Social Union suffers worst result since 1950, raising tensions within Merkel's crisis-prone government.

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Germany arrests suspect over killing of Viktoria Marinova

German police arrest Bulgarian official in Hamburg over murder of journalist Viktoria Marinova, say Bulgarian officials.

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Pope compares abortion to a mafia-style killing

Pope compares abortion to mafia-style killing, saying it is the equivalent of hiring a contract killer.

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Woman fights UK wealth order after spending $21m at Harrods

Azerbaijan national becomes the first target of the British government's new initiative to seize ill-gotten money.

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IPCC concludes Paris accord is not enough to limit global warming

Little has been done to counter man's release of global warming gases. Here are the consequences if we continue to fail.

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Suspect in Bulgarian journalist's murder to be released

The body of 30-year-old journalist Viktoria Marinova was found on Saturday in a park in the town of Ruse.

candles in memory of Marinova

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Second suspect in Skripal poisoning identified: Research group

The man was identified as Alexander Mishkin, a doctor working for the Russian GRU intelligence service.

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Cambridge Analytica chief called Barbados leader N-word: Report

Emails obtained by The Guardian show Alexander Nix referring to Barbados PM and information minister as 'n*****s'.

Alexander Nix

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May 'to consider' extending UK's post-Brexit transition period

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Julian Assange files case against Ecuador for 'violating rights'

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Rise in UK descendants of Nazi victims seeking German passports

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School in Russian-annexed Crimea hit by deadly attack

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Cyclone Leslie slams into Portugal

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Hunter kills British cyclist in France, police speak of accident

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