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Italy: Berlusconi may have the last say in elections

A hung parliament is widely expected; former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi may rise as a "kingmaker".

Silvio Berlusconi

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Gunman targets African migrants in Italy's Macerata

Police arrest man wearing Italian flag around his neck after he is believed have open fired on African migrants.

Macerata, Italy

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Finsbury Park attacker Darren Osborne jailed for life

One person was killed and several others wounded when Osborne drove a vehicle into a group of people outside a mosque.

Darren Osborne

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Eritrean refugees cling to life after Calais gunfight

Some 130 refugees from Eritrea and Afghanistan clashed in northern French city close to transport routes to England.

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Tariq Ramadan to face French judge in sex assault case

Scholar Tariq Ramadan will go before a French judge as a probe into allegations of rape and sexual assault continues.

Tariq Ramadan

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Doping ban against 28 Russian athletes overturned

Arbitration court says evidence "insufficient" against 28 Russian athletes, but participation in Pyeongchang unclear.

Russian athletes

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Poland Senate passes controversial Holocaust bill

US, Israel denounce Polish draft law that seeks to criminalise acts blaming Poles for complicity in Nazi war crimes.

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Darren Osborne found guilty of Finsbury Park attack

Darren Osborne found guilty of murder and attempted murder after driving into a group of Muslims in Finsbury Park.

Darren Osborne

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Police question Tariq Ramadan over sex abuse claims

Two women have accused the prominent Islamic scholar of sexual assault and rape.

Tariq Ramadan

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UK lawyers: Remove Saudi from UN Human Rights Council

British lawyers accuse kingdom of arbitrary arrests and the disappearances of dozens of political activists.

Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman

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Poland's Morawiecki defends Holocaust law in Munich

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Sergey Lavrov denies allegations of US vote meddling

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Theresa May: 'UK committed to Europe's future security'

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French Muslims urge Macron not to interfere in Islam

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What's behind Mikheil Saakashvili's Ukraine ordeal?

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Israel boycotts film festival over Foxtrot screening

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Mateusz Morawiecki stands by previous statements as he rejects criticism of his country's new Holocaust law.

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