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

British PM may consider extending transition period after Brexit to break deadlock over Irish border, say officials.

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Julian Assange files case against Ecuador for 'violating rights'

WikiLeaks founder has lived in Quito's embassy in London since Swedish prosecutors filed rape charges in 2012.

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Rise in UK descendants of Nazi victims seeking German passports

Number goes up from 43 in 2015 to 1,667 in 2017 following Brexit vote, according to official German figures.

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Macedonian parliament votes to approve name change

Two-thirds of the MPs vote in favour of changing the country's name.

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School in Russian-annexed Crimea hit by deadly attack

Student gunman kills 19 and wounds dozens more at vocational school in Kerch before killing himself, say authorities.

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Cyclone Leslie slams into Portugal

Hurricane Leslie batters Portugal uprooting trees and cutting electricity supplies to 15,000 households.

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Hunter kills British cyclist in France, police speak of accident

The hunter has been admitted to hospital to be treated for shock after the Saturday evening shooting of the cyclist.

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Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny freed from prison

Navalny, one of Putin's biggest political rivals, was in prison for organising protests against the Kremlin.

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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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Two border crossings open in divided Cyprus, first in 8 years

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Ukraine rebel regions vote in polls slammed by Kiev and the West

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UN chief sees 'parallels' with 1930s amid nationalism warnings

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Macron urges world leaders to 'fight for peace' on WWI centenary

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Erdogan and Trump meet in Paris amid Khashoggi crisis

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12 killed in Sicily as death toll in Italy floods mounts

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