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Venezuela opposition urges UN not to send observers to May vote

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Venezuela opposition urges UN not to send observers to May vote   Newly formed opposition coalition says fraudulent election is set by officials loyal to socialist President Nicolas Maduro, who accuses US of pressuring the UN...

Eurozone creditors reach deal on Greek debt relief

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Eurozone creditors reach deal on Greek debt relief   Eurozone ministers agreed to extend maturities by 10 years on major parts of Greece's total debt obligations while the country secured a 15 billion euros ($17.5 billion)...

German court sets bail for ex-Catalan leader

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German court sets bail for ex-Catalan leader   German prosecutors are seeking to extradite separatist leader Carles Puigdemont to Spain, where he faces trial for his role in organising an independence referendum. A picture of Carles Puigdemont...

The house that Tateh built … out of sand-filled plastic bottles

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The house that Tateh built ... out of sand-filled plastic bottles Pablo Mediavilla Costa in Tindouf, Algeria   In the Sahrawi refugee camps in the Algerian desert, Tateh Lehbib Braica – aka ‘the crazy bottle guy’ –...

Nobel prize winner Malala visits former home in Pakistan

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Nobel prize winner Malala visits former home in Pakistan   Malala Yousafzai visits her former home in Mingora city of the picturesque Swat Valley for the first time since 2012 when she was shot by a...

Prisoners of Greek Islands

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Prisoners of Greek Islands   Refugee families trapped in Greek Islands are surviving various odds — from tackling violence to rape threats — with the hope that the European Union may agree to assimilate them into...

Director Guillermo del Toro wins best feature DGA award

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Director Guillermo del Toro wins best feature DGA award   The Mexican director was crowned best director for his fantasy romance 'The Shape of Water,' at the Directors Guild of America honours. Director Guillermo del Toro holds...

How to make 2 liters of juice of 1 orange!

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How to make 2 liters of juice of 1 orange!   https://youtu.be/TxEoCjmZ6Co User: Slivki Show - Source: YouTube

Dozens dead as powerful earthquake hits central Mexico

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Dozens dead as powerful earthquake hits central Mexico   The quake's epicentre was seven kilometres west of Chiautla de Tapia, in the neighbouring state of Puebla. Authorities say at least 50 people died from the 7.1...

EU struggles to agree on Gibraltar before Brexit summit

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EU struggles to agree on Gibraltar before Brexit summit   Spain makes a last-minute objection over Gibraltar as EU leaders prepare meet on Sunday to endorse the Brexit deal. British and EU flags are seen before Britain's...

Venezuelan security forces getting away with questionable killings, says UN

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Venezuelan security forces getting away with questionable killings, says UN   The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said Venezuelan security forces suspected of killing hundreds of demonstrators and alleged criminals enjoy immunity...

Colombia election: Former Farc rebels face first ballot

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Colombia election: Former Farc rebels face first ballot   The vote is being viewed as a test ahead of presidential elections in May Polls have closed in Colombia's congressional elections that saw former members of the...

J K Rowling’s Harry Potter turns 20

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J K Rowling’s Harry Potter turns 20 The story of the seven novels revolves around a young wizard and his friends. The books were adapted into eight movies and translated into as many as 79...

New Hawaii lava fissures could spur more evacuations

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New Hawaii lava fissures could spur more evacuations   Hawaii’s erupting Kilauea volcano threatened highways after two more fissures opened in the past 24 hours, bringing the total to 19. Volcanic gases rise from a fissure in...

Colombia’s FARC says peace process at risk after arrest of ex-rebel

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Colombia's FARC says peace process at risk after arrest of ex-rebel   Seusis Hernandez, known by his nom de guerre Jesus Santrich, was arrested for conspiring to export 10 tonnes of cocaine, worth $320 million, to...

15 Cancer Causing Foods You Probably Don’t Know

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15 Cancer Causing Foods You Probably Don’t Know We probably do not think the food we are eating every day might be cancer causing. However  there is a clear connection between food and cancer prevention. As cancer...

US students stage school walkouts to protest gun violence

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US students stage school walkouts to protest gun violence   Across the US, students were urged to leave class at 1400 GMT for 17 minutes – one minute for each of the dead in Florida. Students from...

The Roots Of Alternative Medicine

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By: Lee Dobbins Alternative medicine and modern medicine may have differences and who's to say which is best? Today, we expect doctors and medicines to fix whatever ails us instantly and doctors only look at...

Old-Time Favorites: Plants for Your Garden Worth Remembering

Old-Time Favorites: Plants for Your Garden Worth Remembering By: Nikki Phipps   Remember the almost magical feeling of your grandmother's garden, bursting with loads of colorful, fragrant blooms and magnificent foliage? There was always something going on...

Five reasons to live in Zurich, Switzerland

Zurich Five reasons to live in Zurich, Switzerland By Simon Brandon The city offers an enviable quality of life, with outdoor adventures on its doorstep. Zurich has a beautiful location and a thriving financial sector — just...

Greek Cypriots to deepen military ties with Israel and Greece

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Greek Cypriots to deepen military ties with Israel and Greece   Greek Cypriot Defence Minister Savvas Angelides and his Israeli and Greek counterparts Avigdor Lieberman and Panos Kammenos held their second trilateral meeting in southern Cyprus...

Can France be more like its football team?

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Can France be more like its football team? Nadia Henni-Moulai   While the French football team symbolises the acceptance of migrants, the country is divided over the issue of refugees. Will a victory in the...

Argentinian President Macri’s coalition wins critical mid-term elections

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Argentinian President Macri's coalition wins critical mid-term elections   Argentina's President Mauricio Macri's centre-right coalition swept crucial midterm elections and emerged with a strengthened hand to carry through pro-market economic reforms on Sunday. Candidates allied with Argentine...

Wells Fargo fake accounts scandal escalates

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Wells Fargo fake accounts scandal escalates   About half a million of the newly discovered accounts were missed during the original review in 2016, when it emerged that bank employees had opened accounts that customers might...

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