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Europe
24.10.2017
Paris (dpa) - A year after France demolished the notorious "Jungle" migrant camp in the English Channel port city of Calais, an official report on Tuesday said that some allegations of ongoing police abuse against migrants in the area were "plausible."Some 500 to 1,000 migrants are thought to sleep rough in the Calais area, hoping to find a way across the Channel to Britain in order to join
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Israel
24.10.2017
Tel Aviv (dpa) - In a rancorous speech before parliament on Monday, Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed his critics as "sourpusses," a play on the Hebrew word for pickles, provoking an instant political and media firestorm on
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Europe
24.10.2017
Athens (dpa) - Greece was without TV and radio news on Tuesday - and there will also be none on Wednesday - as news reporters launched another strike for better work conditions from 5 am (0200 GMT).It is the second stoppage in October and the
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Europe
24.10.2017
Berlin (dpa) - The Bundestag, Germany‘s lower house of parliament, will meet for the first time on Tuesday following September elections, and will differ from the last legislative session in both composition and size.Here are 10 key facts about
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Europe
24.10.2017
Berlin (dpa) - Wolfgang Schaeuble, Germany‘s iron-willed finance minister, is set to become Tuesday the nation‘s new parliamentary president, or speaker, paving the way for a major shift in power in Europe‘s biggest economy.Hated in
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Europe
24.10.2017
Berlin (dpa) - German lawmakers are set to hold a parliamentary session on Tuesday, the first since Chancellor Angela Merkel‘s conservatives emerged bruised but victorious from September‘s federal election, in which a far-right-wing
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Europe
24.10.2017
Rome (dpa) - Italian police on Monday boarded a migrant rescue ship run by NGO Save the Children, searching for evidence of people smuggling in the Mediterranean, local media has reported.An undercover agent had been working on the Vos Hestia boat
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Europe
24.10.2017
Brussels (dpa) - EU countries have agreed new rules to prevent so-called social dumping and make employers pay foreign workers the same as locals, the European commissioner for employment said late Monday."Equal pay for equal work at same place at
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