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By in Europe on September 6, 2016
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Newspaper headlines: 'Russian model's terror' in Salisbury and dementia pollution link
September 19, 2018
Wednesday's papers feature a model who says she was poisoned in Salisbury and a study on toxic air.
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Ex-Austrian chancellor seeks European Commission top job - Who is he?
September 19, 2018
Former centre-left Austrian chancellor Christian Kern will seek to succeed Jean-Claude Juncker in the 2019 European Parliament elections. The pro-European Kern’s candidacy will hope to provide a balance to growing nationalist forces throughout the continent.
Greek camp at Moria: reaching boiling point
September 19, 2018
NGO's and human rights groups have urged Greece to take action to render its camps fit for human habitation as Moria camp on the island of Lesbos exceeds capacity of 3,200 to over 9,000 asylum seekers
Worsening conditions in Greek migrant camp
September 19, 2018
The Greek island of Lesbos has been hosting thousands of migrants since the crisis in 2015. But now, many of these refugee camps are facing dire conditions - overcapacity, lack of facilities and a less hospitable tone from locals.
Nothing as it seems at New York Museum of Illusions
September 19, 2018
Nothing as it seems at New York Museum of Illusions
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UK leader warns rebels: it's my Brexit agreement or no deal
September 18, 2018
Theresa May told the BBC that if rebel lawmakers shoot down a deal between her government and the EU, "the alternative to that will be having no deal."
'High priest of Project Fear': Mark Carney slammed over dire Brexit warnings
September 14, 2018
Bank of England Governor warned of a 35 percent crash in the British housing market.
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German Press review: Maassen promotion a win for the right
September 19, 2018
German media has criticized Angela Merkel's government for promoting Hans-Georg Maassen to a deputy minister role. A number of editorials pointed out that the biggest winner will likely be Germany's far-right AfD.
Fugitive oligarch and equestrian patron denied German visa
September 18, 2018
In Ukraine, oligarch Oleksandr Onyshchenko is a wanted man. For a while it looked like he'd find refuge in northern Germany. He promised investments and big equestrian games in return. But the plan didn't work out.
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