Magnitude 5.8 quake hits southeast Iran, fourth temblor in two days

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Magnitude 5.8 quake hits southeast Iran, fourth temblor in two days   Four large tremors in two days rattle parts of Iran, which is still recovering from November's magnitude 7.3 earthquake that killed 620 people. Rocks are...

Miami foot bridge collapse leaves at least six people dead

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Miami foot bridge collapse leaves at least six people dead   Ten people were also injured when a newly installed 950-tonne pedestrian bridge collapsed, trapping at least eight cars below, officials say. Aerial view shows a pedestrian...

US President Donald Trump mocks low Oscars ratings

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US President Donald Trump mocks low Oscars ratings     https://youtu.be/U-QvgMWCf2Q   President Donald Trump has mocked the low ratings this year's Academy Awards brought in – and gave a theory for why that is. "Problem is, we don't have...

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...

How Alexis Tsipras went from being the Greek Corbyn to the EU’s poster boy

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How Alexis Tsipras went from being the Greek Corbyn to the EU's poster boy Denis MacShane   As loud-mouthed, ugly, anti-European politics surge in Rome, Vienna, Budapest and Brexit Britain, Greece’s prime minister has shown another way is possible. At...

Suicide attack on Shia mosque kills at least 29 in Afghanistan

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Suicide attack on Shia mosque kills at least 29 in Afghanistan   The attack in Gardez, the capital of eastern Paktia province, also wounded dozens, officials say. No group has yet claimed responsibility for the attack. Burqa-clad...

Crime rate sours in Venezuela

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Crime rate sours in Venezuela   Rising crime rate is one of the many challenges being faced by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, who won his second six-year term in office in a disputed election on Sunday. Venezuelan...

Hurricane Irma churns through Caribbean, possibly en route to Florida

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Hurricane Irma churns through Caribbean, possibly en route to Florida   Considered Atlantic's most powerful storm in a century, Irma churns across the northern islands, packing winds of 295 kph toward St Martin. Hurricane Irma, the most...

EU executive calls for Spanish-Catalan talks after referendum violence

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EU executive calls for Spanish-Catalan talks after referendum violence Daniel Boffey in Brussels and Sam Jones in Barcelona European commission vice-president says violence is ‘never a solution’ but Madrid has right to uphold law. The EU’s executive...

Several dead, more than 70 injured in London fire

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Several dead, more than 70 injured in London fire A massive fire ripped through a 24-storey apartment building in West London, killing 12 people and injuring dozens after residents were trapped inside. London's fire commissioner...

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