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Sixteen killed and scores wounded in Moscow storm

The strongest winds ever leave a trail of devastation, felling trees, tearing off roofs and damaging over 2,000 cars.

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Moscow: 11 killed, dozens hurt in powerful storm

Many trees uprooted and debris sent flying dangerously as severe winds whip the Russian capital.

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Trudeau invites pope to Canada for apology to natives

Reconciliation with indigenous people necessary for healing after 'residential school' horrors, Justin Trudeau says.

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Trump 'weakened' West, hurt EU interests: German FM

US' unilateral moves are putting peace in Europe in jeopardy, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel says.

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Chemical weapons a red line in Syria, says Macron

Meeting Putin in Paris, Macron also said France and Russia should cooperate to 'eradicate terrorist groups' in Syria

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Moldova expels five Russian diplomats

The Russian ambassador to Moldova confirms the expulsions, but neither side gives reasons behind the move.

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Paris mayor calls for black-feminist festival ban

Social media users slam mayor's call for a ban as attempt to prevent black feminists from organising against racism.

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Merkel says EU cannot 'fully' rely on the US or UK

'We Europeans must really take our destiny into our own hands' says the German chancellor, the day after a G7 summit.

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British Airways cancels more flights in Heathrow

More flights cancelled a day after computer system failure disrupts BA flights from Britain's two biggest airports.

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British Airways flights cancelled due to system outage

Airline cancels all flights from Heathrow and Gatwick airports after IT failure caused severe delays.

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