Armenia requests Russia’s help after no new trucein Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Issued on: 31/10/2020 – 09:01 Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has formally asked Russian President Vladimir Putin to begin “urgent” consultations on providing security amid a conflict with Azerbaijan, the

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Death toll rises in Aegean earthquake as rescue teams race to reach survivors

Issued on: 31/10/2020 – 07:41 Rescue teams on Saturday plowed through concrete blocks and debris of eight collapsed buildings in search of survivors of a powerful earthquake that struck Turkey’s

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Biden and Trump focus on the Midwest in the US presidential election finale

Issued on: 31/10/2020 – 07:02 Barack Obama will join forces with Joe Biden in Michigan as Donald Trump goes all in on the crucial state of Pennsylvania Saturday and the

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Covid: When will it be over and we can do this again?

So when can we expect to get back to normal? Do we just have to stick out the winter, before Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s “cavalry” – a vaccine, mass testing,

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‘Islam is being hyper-politicised in France, but Muslims are not in the debate’

The resurgence in attacks by radical Islamists on French soil has rekindled fierce debates on Islam, secularism and discrimination in France, home to Europe’s largest Muslim population. But Muslim voices

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A day after the fatal church attack in Nice, here’s what we know so far

Issued on: 30/10/2020 – 19:42Modified: 30/10/2020 – 19:43 A knife attacker who killed three people, cutting the throat of two, inside a church in Nice on the French Riviera on

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Montmartre: Can Paris's art and cabaret district survive Covid-19?

The Paris area of Montmartre is known for its artists and cabarets, dating back to the days when it was a haven for the likes of Van Gogh and Picasso. It’s

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French hunker down for second Covid-19 lockdown: This is what’s new

On Friday, France readied itself for its second lockdown in just seven months in a nationwide effort to curb the country’s renewed surge in Covid-19 cases. But with lessons learned

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Covid spreading faster in England than ‘worst-case prediction’, documents show

It had estimated 85,000 deaths from Covid over the course of winter. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-54750775

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Deadly boat fire highlights the dangerous migration route from Senegal to the Canary Islands

People across Senegal are reacting with shock and sadness to the news that a deadly fire engulfed a canoe carrying migrants bound for the Canary Islands in the waters off

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