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London protests erupt over death of Rashan Charles

Anger spills into the streets after 20-year-old Rashan Charles, a black father, died having been forcefully pinned down.

Rashan Charles

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Suspect held after fatal Hamburg supermarket attack

German police unable to immediately determine motive but investigating 'every possibility' after knife attack.

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Corporate manslaughter charge possible in Grenfell fire

Grenfell campaigners decry punishment for corporate manslaughter charge, raised by UK police, which only carries fine.

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Russia orders US to cut diplomats over new sanctions

Russia's foreign ministry hits back at proposed US sanctions and orders Washington to cut its diplomatic staff.

Donald Trump

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Ukraine strips Saakashvili of his only citizenship

President Poroshenko, accused by Mikheil Saakashvili of corruption, deprives former ally of citizenship by decree.

Mikheil Saakashvili

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Emmanuel Macron: Hot Spots for asylum seekers in Libya

Macron announces plan to set up 'hot spots' to handle asylum requests, just two days after brokering talks in Paris.

the perilous voyage from Libya to reach Europe

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EU's top court urged to dismiss refugee relocation case

European Court of Justice adviser defends resettlement scheme and says case by Slovakia and Hungary should be dismissed.

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HRW: French police routinely abuse Calais refugees

Human Rights Watch says police often use excessive force on migrants in Calais, including on those who pose no threat.

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Poland criticises EU 'blackmail' over court overhaul

Country angered by EU's threat to freeze its right to vote in ministers' meetings over controversial new laws.

EC's Timmermans

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EU mulls sanctions against Poland over court reforms

EU commission to debate action against Poland after President Andrzej Duda vetoes two of three contentious court bills.

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