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Storm Ali leaves two dead in Ireland

Gale force winds hit the British Isles, disrupt travel, damage property and leave 200,000 people without power.

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Marine Le Pen ordered to take psych evaluation over ISIL tweets

Far-right French politician shared images of atrocities carried out by ISIL with the caption 'Daesh is this'.

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European leaders pour scorn on British PM's Brexit plan

Brexit rhetoric heats up with EU leaders denouncing UK's plan, and France's Macron calling its proponents 'liars'.

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Embattled UK leader defiant after Brexit plan attacked

Theresa May faced headlines on Friday detailing her 'humiliation' at an EU summit in Salzburg over her Brexit proposal.

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Russia cancels local election results in Far East after protests

Unprecedented move came after claims of vote-rigging in favour of a candidate backed by Putin sparked protests.

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Russian official calls for election rerun over vote fraud

Head of the Central Election Commission said fraud had been identified in a gubernatorial race in eastern Russia.

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Greece to ease overcrowding in Lesbos refugee camp

Rights groups have criticised abysmal conditions at the camp that is housing three times its capacity.

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German spymaster ousted after far-right attacks row, but promoted

Government removes domestic spy chief after comments on far-right violence, but transfers him to a more senior role.

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EU leaders to seek 'in-depth cooperation' with Egypt on migration

Plans to deepen EU ties with Cairo over migration crisis would turn 'a blind eye' to human rights abuses, critics say.

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UK should not favour EU workers after Brexit, report says

Independent report says British government should favour high-skilled workers over low-skilled ones after Brexit.

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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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