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Francois Fillon to be summoned over 'fake work' scandal

French presidential candidate Francois Fillon to face court over accusations that he gave his wife a 'fake job'.

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Breivik's rights not violated in prison: appeals court

Mass murderer Anders Breivik claimed that he had been abused for being placed in near-isolation since he was jailed.

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Pritzker Architecture Prize won by Spanish trio

Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem and Ramon Vialta named 2017 winners of architecture world's top prize.

Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem and Ramon Vialta

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EU vote paves way for Marine Le Pen's immunity lifting

Far-right presidential candidate is under investigation in France for posting graphic images on Twitter.

Marine Le Pen

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Jean-Marie Le Pen fined for inciting hate against Roma

Jean-Marie Le Pen, the 88-year-old founder of the far-right party, called members of persecuted minority 'smelly'.

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Russia-backed rebels issue ultimatum to Ukraine

Ukraine-run businesses to be seized in Donetsk and Luhansk if blockade does not end, say Russia-backed rebel leaders.

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Austria's Kurz: Set up refugee camps in N Africa

Sebastian Kurz says his country is overspending on refugees and migrants, but his German counterpart dismisses proposal.

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Rebels return soldiers' bodies to Azerbaijan after row

Two days after being killed along breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region, Armenia-backed fighters return five troops.

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'10 attacks a day' against refugees, shelters in 2016

Hate crimes last year injured more than 500 asylum seekers, including 43 children, interior ministry says.

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Die Welt's Deniz Yucel held for 'terror links'

Deniz Yucel, who holds both Turkish and German passports, has been charged with spreading 'terrorist propaganda'.

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