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Italian sentenced to 12 years for African migrants shooting

Luca Traini injured six Africans following the murder of an Italian woman by suspected Nigerian drug dealers.

Luca Traini

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France accuses Iran of plotting foiled Paris bomb attack

Paris accuses Iran's intelligence ministry of being behind a foiled plot to bomb an exiled opposition group's rally.

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Britain's Theresa May calls party to unite on Brexit

Prime minister's words aimed at easing growing frustration among Conservatives who say their party is directionless.

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Putin calls poisoned ex-spy Skripal a 'traitor' and 'scumbag'

In his toughest remarks on the poisoning case to date, Russian president says Skripal is a "traitor to the homeland".

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French police raid Muslim association in 'counter-terror' probe

Around 200 police officers raided the headquarters of a Muslim association as well as homes of its members.

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Theresa May: Britain to stop favouring EU workers after Brexit

Post-Brexit immigration system will not offer EU workers preferential immigration status, prime minister says.

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Brexit chief says UK preparing for no-deal divorce from Europe

Dominic Raab slams European Union for being one-sided and attempting to bully the United Kingdom.

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Man at centre of Nobel Literature scandal convicted of rape

Jean-Claude Arnault's jailing marks a turbulent year for Swedish academy which cancelled its literature prize this year.

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Legendary French singer Charles Aznavour dies at age 94

Dubbed France's Frank Sinatra, Aznavour is known as one of the greatest singer-songwriters of the 20th century.

Charles Aznavour

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Macedonia 'yes' vote clouded by low turnout

Macedonian PM Zaev urges parliament to "confirm the will of the majority" but opposition says it was unsuccessful.

Former Yugoslav Republic

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Two border crossings open in divided Cyprus, first in 8 years

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Ukraine rebel regions vote in polls slammed by Kiev and the West

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UN chief sees 'parallels' with 1930s amid nationalism warnings

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Macron urges world leaders to 'fight for peace' on WWI centenary

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Erdogan and Trump meet in Paris amid Khashoggi crisis

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12 killed in Sicily as death toll in Italy floods mounts

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