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Spain rejects Catalan push for independence

Catalonia's president has vowed to press ahead with a bid for independence from Spain after the national parliament rejected his request for a referendum.

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Ukraine warns pro-Russian separatists

Pro-Russian separatists took control of government buildings in Luhansk, in eastern Ukraine [Reuters]Ukrainian authorities have warned they are prepared to use force to clear several government buildings seized by pro-Russian separatists in the east of the country.

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Emirati women attacked with hammer in London

An attacker has bludgeoned three Emirati women with a hammer in a central London hotel during a possible theft attempt.

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Kerry says Russia stirs 'chaos' in Ukraine

In recent days pro-Kremlin activists have seized government buildings in several cities in Ukraine's east [AFP]US Secretary of State John Kerry has bluntly blamed Russia of "unmistakable involvement in destabilising" Ukraine by sending "agents" to its eastern cities.

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Ukraine raids pro-Russian separatists

Russia warns Ukraine unrest could lead to civil war.Ukraine has launched an "anti-terrorist" operation in the southeastern city of Kharkiv and has arrested about 70 "separatists" for seizing the regional administration building, Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov has said.

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Srebrenica survivors sue Dutch government

Survivors of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre have opened a civil suit against the Dutch government, saying Dutch peacekeepers should have protected the victims of Europe's worst massacre since World War II.

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Ukraine activists declare Donetsk sovereignty

Pro-Russian activists who seized the main administration building in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk have proclaimed the creation of a sovereign "people's republic" independent of Kiev rule.

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Spain arrests four over Iran 'missile parts'

Spanish police say they have arrested four people who allegedly planned to send industrial machinery that could be used to make missiles to Iran.

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Ukraine fears 'Crimea scenario' in east

Pro-Russian protesters declare "people's republic" in eastern Donetsk regionUkraine's acting president has pledged "anti-terrorist measures" as the government declared the actions of pro-Russian protesters in the country east a "second stage" of special operations by Russia under way to break up the troubled state.

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Ruling party poised to win Hungary poll

Hungary's strongman Prime Minister Viktor Orban is set to stay in power for another four years as exit polls have given his party a wide lead over the opposition in parliamentary elections.

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