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Argentina faces historic vote on legalising abortion

Argentina faces historic vote on legalising abortion   If passed, the bill would then go before the Senate, where it faces an uphill battle to become law. The new bill would decriminalise abortion during the first...

Chemical weapons body confirms sarin use in Syria’s Hama

Chemical weapons body confirms sarin use in Syria's Hama   Two people died after the attacks in Syria's Hama province at the end of March 2017. Dozens of people suffered severe respiratory symptoms. Exterior view of the...

France slams Italy over migrant policy

France slams Italy over migrant policy   France says international law required Italy to allow the rescue ship Aquarius to dock. The migrants and refugees are now headed to Spain. Meanwhile, an Italian coast guard vessel...

Tesla cuts nine percent of workforce in search of profit

Tesla cuts nine percent of workforce in search of profit   In its fifteen-year existence the company headed up by Elon Musk has not made a profit, and it's burning through cash at an unprecedented rate. Tesla...

Native Americans fear US-Mexico border wall will destroy ancient culture

Native Americans fear US-Mexico border wall will destroy ancient culture   Tribal leaders Native American tribes fear a proposed border wall as envisioned by US President Donald Trump will sever access to the Rio Grande river's...

12 stadiums that will host matches at the World Cup 2018 in Russia

12 stadiums that will host matches at the World Cup 2018 in Russia Tom Ravenscroft  With the FIFA World Cup 2018 kicking off today in Russia, here's a look at all 12 of the stadiums that will...

Italy-France tensions flare as migrants head to Spain

Italy-France tensions flare as migrants head to Spain   Italy summoned the French ambassador for consultations, cancelled a planned meeting between finance ministers as the standoff between the two countries escalated over the issue of migrants. Migrants...

Israeli police quiz Netanyahu for first time over German submarine sale

Israeli police quiz Netanyahu for first time over German submarine sale   Israeli police have been investigating a conflict of interest case involving a $2 billion purchase of German submarines in which Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu...

Macedonian president says won’t sign name deal with Greece

Macedonian president says won't sign name deal with Greece   Djorge Ivanov said Macedonia's possible future membership of the EU and NATO was not sufficient excuse to sign such a "bad agreement" with Greece under which...

Macedonia to be called ‘Republic of Northern Macedonia’

Macedonia to be called 'Republic of Northern Macedonia'   Announcing the agreement reached with neighbouring Greece over the change of name, Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said resolving the long-standing issue would open his country's access...

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