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The Swedish climate activist has responded to two controversies as she travels home to Sweden for the holidays.
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Delhi police fired tear gas and beat demonstrators on the third day of what had been peaceful protests against the new law granting citizenship based on religion.
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Arsenal player Mesut Ozil posted on social media denouncing China for burning Qurans, closing mosques and killing religious scholars.
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Beirut was rocked by the most violent government crackdown on protesters since nationwide demonstrations began two months ago.
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The independence-minded Scottish National Party and its leader Nicola Sturgeon have surged to a commanding position.
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The Conservative Party has a new base — and possibly a new approach.
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The prime minister said the victory gave the Tories a “powerful new mandate to get Brexit done.”
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Volcanic gases still being emitted on the island are so toxic that scientists said a single inhalation could be fatal and another eruption was possible.
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson is on course for huge Commons majority in the U.K. general election.
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The next government will decide how the country handles Brexit.
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The mission to recover eight bodies got underway as experts warned White Island could erupt again.
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Voters have unwittingly made an NSFW term trend on Twitter.
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The election between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the Labour Party's Jeremy Corbyn has been dubbed "The Brexit Election."
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party and the rival Blue and White party both were unable develop a power-sharing agreement after neither secured a parliamentary majority.
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Two teenage brothers originally from Chicago are identified as among the dead following the White Island eruption.
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Jeremy Corbyn is likely to be remembered in part for accusations that he, at best, turned a blind eye to anti-Semitism.
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Volcanic tremors on White Island rose in the morning, accompanied by releases of more steam and mud, the GeoNet seismic monitoring agency said.
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson's comments have fuelled racism, say worried families.
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Hospital staff have warned the number of casualties could still rise.
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An additional 30 people were seriously injured in the explosions, including 27 people who were severely burned.