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Britain to formally launch European Union exit on March 29
Britain to formally launch European Union exit on March 29
Britain will formally begin Brexit by triggering Article 50 of the European Union's (EU) Lisbon Treaty on March 29, officials said on Monday, nine...
Dutch say no to far-right populism
Dutch say no to far-right populism
Wednesday’s high-profile election in the Netherlands, which boasts the fifth-largest economy in the eurozone, saw Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s...
Trump's second bid at travel ban knocked down by two US judges
Trump's second bid at travel ban knocked down by two US judges
First in Hawaii, then Maryland – a pair of judges halted President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban before it could be enforced, slamming it...
White House confirms Trump paid $38-million tax on $150-million income
White House confirms Trump paid $38-million tax on $150-million income
President Donald Trump made more than $152.7 million and paid $38.4 million in federal taxes in 2005, according to two pages of his federal income...
Turkey-Netherlands row shows no sign of ebbing
Turkey-Netherlands row shows no sign of ebbing
A diplomatic row between the Dutch and Turkish government shows no sign of ebbing, with the Netherlands barring Turkey's foreign minister from...
CIA’s hacking arsenal unsettles tech firms
CIA’s hacking arsenal unsettles tech firms
The global technology sector was this week scrambling to understand the implications of an alleged broad CIA hacking arsenal, capable of spying on...
Trump and the dollar deter visitors
Trump and the dollar deter visitors
Donald Trump and his travel bans are dissuading foreigners from having a holiday in the United States, but a decline in visitors is also linked to...
Return of the King: 'Kong: Skull Island' revives iconic ape
Return of the King: 'Kong: Skull Island' revives iconic ape
Eight decades since furry wrecking machine King Kong first stomped into theatres, the giant ape with a predilection for bottle-blonde damsels in...
Israel denies redress to thousands of Palestinians
Israel denies redress to thousands of Palestinians
Israel has given itself almost complete immunity from paying compensation in cases where its soldiers have killed, injured or disabled Palestinian...
Trump's slurs – and praise – of Obama go back years
Trump's slurs – and praise – of Obama go back years
US President Donald Trump's love-hate attitude towards predecessor Barack Obama goes back a decade, a volatile mixture of admiration and scurrilous...
The Thai junta vs temple monks
The Thai junta vs temple monks
One side of the temple gate is blocked by police officers in blue, the other by rows of bald men in orange — the frontline of a stand-off...
Thailand’s ‘Green Lung’ in danger
Thailand’s ‘Green Lung’ in danger
Leaping out from Bangkok’s vast concrete sprawl is a kidney-shaped green space, home to hundreds of plant and bird species and where cars are...
La La Land almost stole Moonlight’s shine in baffling Oscars oops
La La Land almost stole Moonlight’s shine in baffling Oscars oops
‘’I wrote the ending of the Academy Awards 2017’’, said a tweet by Director M Night Shyamalan, the king of movie plot twists, joking about...
Swedes reflect on integration after Trump's odd remark
Swedes reflect on integration after Trump's odd remark
Donald Trump’s controversial statements linking immigration and crime in Sweden – a country idealised by some for its liberal values –...
Syrian refugee regrets Merkel selfie
Syrian refugee regrets Merkel selfie
Syrian refugee Anas Modamani waited with his mobile phone ready at the entrance to his shelter in Berlin on September 10 2015 – and when German...

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