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Sweden's Prime Minister Stefan Lofven loses no-confidence vote

Anti-immigration party backs centre-right opposition to remove country's leader out of office in hung parliament.

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UK intelligence agencies illegally spied on privacy organisation

Spies collected and examined data of Privacy International as part of mass surveillance activities.

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NGOs: Refugee rescue ship loses license after pressure from Italy

Charities lash out at Italy after Panama revokes registration of the Aquarius search and rescue vessel.

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Temperatures plunge as cold air sweeps across Eastern Europe

An icy shock for the continent as Arctic winds charge south.

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Armenians head to municipal polls in first post-revolution vote

Municipal elections in the country's capital are crucial for Armenia's new, reform-minded government.

Nikol Pashinyan

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Macedonia president urges boycott of name-change referendum

The country could change its name to North Macedonia to appease Greece and ease its joining of international bodies.

name-change referendum

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Tens of thousands rally for wage equality in Switzerland

Some 20,000 people marched in Bern on Saturday demanding wage equality between the genders.

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Swiss to vote on regional 'burqa ban'

A referendum in Switzerland's northeastern St Gallen region is considering introducing a regional 'burqa ban'.

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Swiss region of St Gallen votes to ban 'burqa' in public places

Northeastern canton of St Gallen bans face veils in what critics call an Islamophobic move.

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Ten Days Before the Wedding: The rebirth of Yemeni cinema

Yemen's first locally produced film in years is proving to be a hit with audiences and critics alike.

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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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