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By in Europe on June 20, 2020
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Dursley stabbing: Joshua Hall's family pay tribute
April 19, 2021
The family of Joshua Hall, who died on Friday, say his death has changed their lives "forever".
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France working on 'special pass' to allow vaccinated Americans to visit this summer
April 19, 2021
Officials in France and the US are "finalising the technical discussions" for a "special pass" enabling travel, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Sunday.
NASA to attempt historic flight on Mars with Ingenuity helicopter
April 19, 2021
The Ingenuity helicopter, which landed on the Red Planet along with the Perseverance Rover on 18 February, is expected to fly for just 40 seconds for this first test flight.
At least 11 killed and close to 100 injured in train crash close to Cairo, Egypt
April 18, 2021
Four wagons of a passenger train bound for Cairo ran off the railway at the city of Banha in Qalyubia province this afternoon, killing at least 11 people and injuring scores of others.
Spanish police release pictures of 3D-printed gun factory bust in Tenerife
April 18, 2021
Spanish police have released images of a raid on an illegal workshop in Tenerife that was making guns from 3D printers. They also found white supremacist literature and manuals on making explosives.
Czech police hunt Russian Salisbury poisoning suspects over deadly 2014 explosion
April 18, 2021
Czech detectives have linked the UK Salisbury poisoning suspects with a deadly blast at an arms depot in the Czech Republic in 2014.
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Annalena Baerbock: The Green Party's candidate to succeed chancellor Angela Merkel
April 19, 2021
Annalena Baerbock is said to be tough, talented and very ambitious. Now, Germany's Green Party has named her as its candidate for chancellor. But is she cut out for the job?
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How Black Lives Matter put slave reparations back on the agenda
April 18, 2021
The US House of Representatives’ Judiciary Committee voted Wednesday to advance a bill that would create a commission to study the idea of reparations for slavery, an idea that has also been gaining ground in Europe since Black Lives Matter protests went global last summer.