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Barcelona attack suspect Younes Abouyaaqoub shot dead

Fugitive suspect was wearing what appeared to be an explosives belt when he was gunned down near Subirats.

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Spain names Barcelona attack suspect, expands manhunt

Authorities identify driver in Barcelona van attack as 22-year-old Younes Abouyaaqoub as manhunt spreads across Europe.

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UK: Palestine activists face prison over Elbit protest

Five face up to six months each in jail after protest outside factory owned by subsidiary of Israeli drone maker Elbit.

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Berlin police arrest 35 neo-Nazis at Rudolf Hess rally

More than 500 white supremacists turned out to mark the death of Rudolf Hess, a Nazi leader they believe was killed.

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Malta 'denies' Defend Europe anti-migrant boat

Aid groups applaud Maltese government, saying snub sends 'a clear message against the politics of hate and extremism'.

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Police probe Turku stabbing spree as 'terror attack'

Finnish police say they are investigating knife attacks that left two dead as crimes related to 'terrorism'.

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Spain attacks: 'Cell dismantled' as manhunt continues

Interior minister says cell behind attacks that killed more than a dozen people in Catalonia is fully dismantled.

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Russia to put dead whistle-blower on trial

A whistleblowing Russian lawyer whose death in custody became a symbol of rights abuses and strained relations with the United States will go on posthumous trial in what relatives say is revenge by the Kremlin.

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Inside the International Criminal Court

Establishment: The Rome Statute creating the ICC was adopted in Italy on 17 July 1998. It came into being in July 2002 after the treaty was ratified by 60 countries. By now, 98 countries have endorsed the treaty.

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How has Islamophobia changed over the past 20 years?

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London conference to discuss 'crisis in Saudi Arabia'

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UAE royal's remarks on control of mosques condemned

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Dutch journalist Sakir Khader detained in Greece

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Droughts and storms hit Italy's white truffles hard

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Erdogan deemed 'enemy collaborator' while modern Turkey's founder Ataturk shown as 'hostile' during military exercise.

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