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March to remember murdered Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov

Thousands gather in Russian capital for rally in memory of ex-deputy prime minister murdered in February 2015.

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Greece charges cleric with child refugees' sexual abuse

Police arrest 52-year-old French accused of molesting unaccompanied refugee minors after offering them food and shelter.

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Paris: Arrests as youths protest against police abuse

Eight arrests reported after isolated skirmishes as teens protest suspected rape of young black man with a police baton.

Paris school

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Scientific legacy of cloned sheep Dolly lives on

Dolly the Sheep only lived for seven years, but the scientific advances that came from her creation still live on.

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Amnesty: Toxic fear mongering pushing back human rights

Group says fear mongering increasing as it cites violations of civil liberties in 159 countries from Myanmar to France.

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Russia's UN envoy Vitaly Churkin dead at 64

Russia's ambassador to the UN, a veteran diplomat, dies suddenly after falling ill in his office at Russia's UN mission.

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Simon & Schuster cancels Milo Yiannopoulos' book

Publisher Simon & Schuster had defended Milo Yiannopoulos but steps back after comments about sexual consent.

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French police search Marine Le Pen's party headquarters

Search is part of an investigation into allegations that far-right leader used EU funds to pay staff of her FN party.

Marine Le Pen

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Ukraine accuses pro-Russia rebels of breaking truce

Rebels persistently shelled army positions, killing at least one soldier, according to Ukraine's military.

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Russia rejects Montenegro's coup claims

Moscow denies Montenegro's claims that Russia was involved in a coup plot in the Balkan country last year.

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