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Charlie Hebdo attacker buried in secret

Said Kouachi buried in Reims, despite apprehensions of local mayor his grave could become a shrine for "extremists".

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Battle over Ukrainian airport intensifies

Fighting over Donetsk airport leaves tentative ceasefire in tatters as six more die in country's eastern region.

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Dozens arrested in Europe 'anti-terror' raids

French, German, Belgian and Irish police arrest at least 30 suspects amid stepped up efforts to thwart attacks.

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Fighting flares again in Ukraine's east

At least 11 people, including civilians, die in fresh fighting even as country faces a "financial crisis".

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#Belgium deploys troops after 'terror' threat

Up to 300 soldiers to help police protect key government and Jewish sites in Brussels and Antwerp.

Belgium deploys troops

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Eritrean man stabbed to death in German city

Police launch probe after asylum-seeker found dead in Dresden hit by growing anti-immigrant and anti-Islam protests.

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Long lost spacecraft found on #Mars

Britain's Beagle 2 discovered on red planet 11 years after disappearing, solving a mystery of space exploration.

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#France arrests 'terror suspects' in raids

Twelve people arrested in Paris, suspected of having links to last week's attacks on Charlie Hebdo and kosher store.

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'Plot to kill policemen foiled' in #Belgium

Suspects, two of whom were killed in Belgian police raid overnight, were planning to kill policemen, prosecutors say.

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Erdogan lashes out at Charlie Hebdo magazine

Turkish leader says magazine "wreaks terror by intervening in freedom of others" adding that freedom "is not limitless".

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

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