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Finland: Tens of thousands march in anti-racism rallies

Thousands march in Helsinki, and other cities, after a fatal assault on a man who protested against a Neo-nazi group.

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UK: Jeremy Corbyn wins Labour leadership contest

Veteran socialist wins second mandate to run opposition party after bitter, summer-long battle within the Labour Party.

Jeremy Corbyn

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Bernie Sanders' brother in bid for Cameron's UK MP seat

UK-based Larry Sanders, 82, will represent the Green Party in the race for former British PM David Cameron's seat.

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UK: NHS wants ethnic minorities to donate organs

Britain has one of the lowest rates of organ donation in Europe and doctors in UK want minorities to participate more.

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White Helmets among 'alternative Nobel prize' winners

Voluntary aid group shares Swedish Right Livelihood Award with Russian activist, Turkish daily and Egyptian feminist.

The White Helmets

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Thousands flee fire at refugee camp on Greece's Lesbos

More than 3,000 people forced to flee as blaze rips through one of Greece's main refugee camp on the island of Lesbos.

Lesbos

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Putin party on course for easy Russia election win

Despite economic woes, Putin's Party has 54.2 percent of the vote after 90 percent of ballots counted.

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Germany: Merkel's party suffers loss in Berlin election

Backlash against immigrant policy raises questions over whether chancellor will stand for a fourth term next year.

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Russia: Polls open in parliamentary elections

Voting has begun in Russia's parliamentary election where President Putin's party is widely expected to win.

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Report finds British troops let Iraqi teenager drown

Damning report says British soldiers forced a 15-year-old, who could not swim, into a canal in Basra where he drowned.

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