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Boris Johnson 'to face probe' over Islamophobic remarks

The former UK foreign secretary compared Muslims who wear veils with bank robbers in article published in major outlet.

Boris Johnson

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British Museum to hand over looted antiquities to Iraqi embassy

The origin of the up to 5,000-year-old collection was identified after a unique archaeological detective work.

The artifacts

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Extreme heat moves into Central Europe

More temperature records under threat as hot air spreads into the heart of the continent.

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UK: Boris Johnson slammed over Islamophobic comments

New calls for Islamophobia inquiry in Johnson's party after he says women wearing face veils resemble 'letter boxes'.

Boris Johnson

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Earth at risk of tipping into hellish 'hothouse' conditions

World could be entering warmer period that would see average temperatures rise by between four and five degrees Celsius.

hothouse

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Migrant farm workers killed in Italy road crash

Labourers die in southern Foggia province after the van they were travelling in smashed into a truck.

Lesina in the province of Foggi

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Europe vows to preserve Iran deal as US sanctions return

EU diplomats say they will work to protect Iran's continued export of oil and gas as US threatens 'severe consequences'.

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UK bookstore attacked by 'mask-wearing fascists'

Politicians, authors and activists express solidarity with socialist bookstore in central London.

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Lisbon breaks local heat record as temperatures soar in Europe

Many European temperatures exceed the normal range, especially at night. And there's more to come.

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Denmark issues first face veil fine after tussle

A 28-year-old fined $156 by Danish police after another woman tried to tear off her face veil at a mall.

Danish capital, Copenhagen

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Car crash outside UK's parliament treated as terrorist attack

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Migrant boat on standby as Italy asks the UK to take it in

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UK rolls out strategy to end rough sleeping by 2027

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Five-nation deal paves way for tapping Caspian riches

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Romanians rally against government for second day

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Spain, Germany leaders pledge to work together on migration

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Prosecutors launch investigation after Genoa's bridge collapse as search teams comb through the rubble for victims.

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