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Swiss man suspected of abusing 80 boys in Thailand

Suspect admits to taking thousands of pornographic pictures of boys but denies other charges, including molestation.

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Tusk wins second term as EU chief despite Polish fury

European Union leaders re-elect Donald Tusk as president despite opposition from his native Poland.

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Dusseldorf axe attack leaves seven people injured

One man arrested after what German police say appears to be a random attack at city's main train station.

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Fillon received $53,000 loan from billionaire: report

Conservative candidate for president received interest-free loan from billionaire, who also once employed his wife.

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Hungary passes bill to detain all asylum seekers

UN refugee agency says automatic detention measure violates the country’s obligations under international law.

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Winter storm brings death and destruction in France

Many parts of the country hit by torrential rain and damaging winds.

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Skiers swept away by avalanche at French ski resort

No deaths or injuries as rescue operation concludes.

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Court rejects Syrian refugee's case against Facebook

Anas Modamani wanted Facebook to stop the spread of a selfie he took with Merkel that made him the target of racists.

Anas Modamani with German Chancellor Angela Merkel

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Sinn Fein surges in tight Northern Ireland elections

Unionist DUP now has just a one-seat advantage as nationalist parties achieve best result in history of province.

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Le Pen rejects probe over EU funds during campaign

French presidential candidate says she will answer judges' questions about alleged fund misuse after election.

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