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Why some Christians celebrate Christmas on January 7

The exact date of the birth of Jesus has not been established.

Christmas

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Emma Ihrer: Why Google honours her today

The birthday of Emma Ihrer, seen as principal founder of Germany's proletarian women's movement, observed with a doodle.

Emma Ihrer

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Far-right German MP slammed for anti-Muslim tweet

Alternative for Germany politician Beatrix von Storch launched tirade after police tweeted New Year's message in Arabic.

Von Storch's AfD party

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More stormy weather in store for Western Europe

There is only a brief respite before another spell of strong winds will hit the UK, France and the Low Countries.

stormy weather

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Aina Gamzatova: The Muslim woman challenging Putin

A 46-year old with no chance of winning the presidency has announced her bid, and she wants to get tough on fighters.

Aina Gamzatova

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Greece moves to cancel Turkish soldier's asylum

A Turkish officer who fled Turkey after a failed 2016 coup has been granted asylum in Greece, despite extradition calls.

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Milo Yiannopoulos to speak at Hungary-funded V4 event

Far-right provocateur who made his name by attacking feminists and refugees slated to speak at Visegrad group meeting.

Milo Yiannopoulos

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Court upholds ban on Navalny running for president

Navalny had filed the appeal after the election committee decided last week he was barred from running for president.

Alexei Navalny

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St Petersburg explosion 'an act of terror': Putin

President's description at odds with inquiry opened by local authorities into 'attempted murder of two or more people'.

Russian President Vladimir Putin

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Ukraine, pro-Russian rebels swap hundreds of prisoners

The swap of Ukrainian soldiers for Russia-backed separatists is the largest since the Ukraine conflict began in 2014.

The prisoners

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French court orders Tariq Ramadan to stay in prison

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Montenegro: Grenade attack inside US embassy compound

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Basque group ETA to end their 'role' in Spain soon

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Corbyn: 'No more' politicians serving bankers

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Stormzy to Theresa May: Where's the money for Grenfell?

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Poland's Morawiecki defends Holocaust law in Munich

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Ankara dismisses Dutch parliament's overwhelming majority vote to recognise World War I killings as a genocide.

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