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    Survey: Quarter of Europeans say rape can be justified
    Survey: Quarter of Europeans say rape can be justified
    More than a quarter of European Union residents have said that sex without consent may be justified under certain circumstances, according to a new...
    Thousands take to US streets to protest Donald Trump's presidential victory
    Thousands take to US streets to protest Donald Trump's presidential victory
    Thousands of people have taken to the streets in United States cities to protest Republican Donald Trump's surprise victory in the presidential...
    Explainer: What Donald Trump needs to win the US election
    Explainer: What Donald Trump needs to win the US election
    The magic number is 270.
    FBI obtains warrant to review emails potentially linked to Hillary Clinton
    FBI obtains warrant to review emails potentially linked to Hillary Clinton
    The FBI has obtained a warrant to begin reviewing a new batch of emails potentially tied to US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, law...
    FBI: Blow for Hillary Clinton as FBI reopens email investigation
    FBI: Blow for Hillary Clinton as FBI reopens email investigation
    The FBI has informed Congress it is investigating whether there is classified information in new emails that have emerged in its probe of Hillary...
    Islamic State pushed out of town near Mosul as advance continues
    Islamic State pushed out of town near Mosul as advance continues
    Kurdish Peshmerga and Iraqi government forces have pushed the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Isis) out of the northern town of...
    Philippines: Duterte tells Obama to 'go to hell'
    Philippines: Duterte tells Obama to 'go to hell'
    Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte has told President Barack Obama "you can go to hell" in response to the US leader's criticism of his deadly...
    Battle of the running mates: Who are Tim Kaine and Mike Pence?
    Battle of the running mates: Who are Tim Kaine and Mike Pence?
    While Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are among the most well-known figures in the US, their running mates in the race for the White...
    Zambia's Edgar Lungu sworn in after opposition's bid to block inauguration fails
    Zambia's Edgar Lungu sworn in after opposition's bid to block inauguration fails
    Zambian President Edgar Lungu has been sworn into office after the country's top court rejected a petition by the opposition to block his inauguration as "illegal and unconstitutional"....
    We are still suffering from the events of that day ... 9/11: An Afghan perspective
    We are still suffering from the events of that day ... 9/11: An Afghan perspective
    This is a first-person narrative by Bismillah Ranjbar, an Afghan who remembers the 9/11 attacks and the changes they brought to his life....
    Record turnout in Hong Kong legislative election as anti-Beijing sentiments increase
    Record turnout in Hong Kong legislative election as anti-Beijing sentiments increase
    Hong Kongers are heading to the polls for the first major election since pro-democracy street protests rocked the Chinese...
    Corsica refuses to drop burkini ban, becomes the third French town to do so
    Corsica refuses to drop burkini ban, becomes the third French town to do so
    A Corsican seaside resort has become the third French town to ban full-body swimsuits worn by some Muslim women after scuffles on the beach.