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Report finds British troops let Iraqi teenager drown

Damning report says British soldiers forced a 15-year-old, who could not swim, into a canal in Basra where he drowned.

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Refugees seek damages from Macedonia over expulsion

Eight refugees have filed a complaint over their forced expulsion from Macedonia back to Greece earlier this year.

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Swedish appeals court upholds Assange detention order

Judges reject plea by WikiLeaks founder, holed up in Ecuadorian embassy in London, to have 2010 detention order dropped.

Ecuadorian embassy in London

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Jean-Claude Juncker: Brexit will not be end of EU

European Commission's head urges members to overcome deep divisions and fight back against "galloping populism".

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Ukraine: Russia backs 7-day unilateral ceasefire plan

Visiting Kiev, foreign ministers of Germany and France announce Russia's commitment on behalf of separatist leaders.

Ukraine's separatists

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UK parliament report criticises Libya intervention

Foreign affairs panel says David Cameron as prime minister must bear responsibility for UK's role in Libya's crisis.

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UK: Polish man latest victim of hate crime surge

Up to 20 youths viciously attack Polish man in Leeds, in what police say was a racially-motivated assault.

Polish nationals

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Germans arrest Syrian men over suspected ISIL links

Interior minister says the men were under observation for months and have suspected links to Paris attacks perpetrators.

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MSF: Baby born on rescue boat in Mediterranean Sea

Healthy baby is born in international waters, just 24 hours after his Nigerian family was rescued from overcrowded boat.

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Italy: Amatrice sues Charlie Hebdo over quake cartoons

Legal action pursued over "inconceivably" insulting images that depict Amatrice disaster victims as pasta dishes.

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