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Japan Overturns 30 Year Ban on Whale Hunt

As per recent news updates, Japan is once again reviving history by following the tradition of whale hunting. News…

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Gravitational wave scientists to divide $3m Special Breakthrough Prize

A $3 million Special Breakthrough Prize will be shared by researchers who helped in detecting gravitational waves for the first…

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Spain holds landmark elections as new parties compete for power

Spaniards are casting their ballots in a crucial election which will see more than two political parties vie for power…

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French regional polls: National Front seeks to consolidate gains in second round

France’s National Front (FN) is seeking to consolidate gains in the second round of the country’s regional…

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2 US B-52 bombers flew near China-built artificial islands: Pentagon

Two American B-52 bombers flew close to the artificial islands built by China in the South China…

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Helmut Schmidt, former West German Chancellor, dies aged 96

Helmut Schmidt, the former West German Chancellor, has died aged 96. Schmidt, who served as Chancellor from 1974 to 1982,…

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Socialists set to form coalition government in Portugal

Three socialist parties in Portugal have reached an agreement to form a government after October’s election did…

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Syria: US special forces to 'assist' in fight against Isis

US president Barack Obama has ordered up to 50 troops from special forces to “assist” in the fight against Islamic…

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Spain: Six killed, 16 injured in crash in car rally

Six people were killed and 16 injured in a crash during a car rally in Spain. Some…

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South Africa: Trains collide near Johannesburg; 300 injured

Two trains collided near Johannesburg, injuring around 300 people, South African officials said. The crash occurred near…

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'Israeli special forces assassinated' senior Syrian military officer in 2008: report

Leaked American intelligence has revealed that Israeli special forces assassinated Brig Gen Mahmoud Suleiman, a top Syrian military officer known…

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Romania: Prime minister Victor Ponta stands down as party leader

Victor Ponta, the Romanian prime minister, has said he would stand down as the Social Democratic party leader till prosecutors…

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France: Gunmen flee after holding people hostage at store near Paris

A group of armed men who broke into a store near the French capital and trapped several people inside, are…

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Afghanistan: 33 killed in suicide bomb attack near former CIA base

At least 33 people, most of them women and children, were killed in a suicide bomb blast near an Afghan…

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Denmark: Rightwing coalition talks collapse; Liberal-led government likely

Denmark is set to be ruled by the Liberals after talks aimed at forming a rightwing coalition…

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Mexico: 10 shot dead in attack on beer distribution center

Unidentified gunmen have shot and killed 10 people at a beer distribution center near Mexico’s

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Denmark polls: Opposition center-right group defeats ruling coalition

The opposition center-right group in Denmark has won the closely contested general election. The opposition bloc, led…

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Bus carrying Brazilian senators 'attacked' in Venezuela

A group of senators from Brazil visiting Venezuela had to flee after their bus…

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2016 US election: Republican Donald Trump declares bid for presidency

Stressing that the "American Dream" was “dead”, property mogul Donald Trump became the latest Republican, in an already crowded field,…

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EU member states' 'secret deals' with Eritrean regime triggers row

Human rights groups and UN officials have raised concerns over what they perceive to be secret agreements between the Eritrean…

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