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Bulgaria protests should make Europe fear 'another Poland or Hungary'

Five consecutive days of anti-government protests in Bulgaria have sparked fears in Brussels that the country could become “another Hungary or Poland”.

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Ivan Safronov: Dozens arrested in Moscow protest against ex-journalist's treason charges

More than a dozen former colleagues of the ex-journalist Ivan Safronov have been detained by police while protesting against his arrest.

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Kanye West officially launches US presidential bid at unconventional campaign rally

Rapper Kanye West has officially launched his US presidential bid in an unorthodox rally in which he ranted about historical figure Harriet Tubman and broke down over abortion.

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British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell requests jail release due to coronavirus risks

British socialiste Ghislaine Maxwell is seeking a release from jail as she awaits trial, her lawyers said on Friday, citing concerns about coronavirus outbreaks in federal prisons.

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Coronavirus: China becomes first economy to grow since pandemic began

China became the first major economy to grow since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, recording an unexpectedly strong 3.2 per cent expansion in the latest quarter after anti-virus lockdowns were lifted and factories and stores reopened.

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First images released of the Sun 'up close' from ESA's Solar Orbiter

The European Space Agency (ESA) has today released the first images of the Sun taken by its Solar Orbiter.

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'I believe in justice' says Kosovo's Thaci as he arrives at The Hague on war crime charges

Kosovo President Hasim Thaci on Monday appeared at The Hague to be interviewed by a special international prosecutor after his recent indictment on war crimes charges.

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How might the next invention by battery anode creator Rachid Yazami change your life?

Moroccan scientist, Professor Rachid Yazami’s passion for science started as a child, in his native Fez, with a fascination for geology.

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Vogue Portugal apologises over controversial mental health front cover

Fashion magazine Vogue Portugal has pulled a controversial front cover that critics say makes a gimmick of mental illness.

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EasyJet could cut three UK airport bases as job cuts loom

Nearly one in three of easyJet’s pilots in the UK could lose their jobs, as the budget carrier considers closing bases at three airports in the country.

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