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Jodie Foster warns over Donald Trump's 'attack on democracy'

Hollywood star Jodie Foster has told protesters it is "time to resist" during a rally against Donald Trump's hard-line immigration policies.

Donations top $500,000 for Indian man shot dead in Kansas 'hate crime'

More than half a million dollars has been raised in a day for the family of an Indian man shot dead in a suspected hate crime at a Kansas bar.

French prosecutors launch judicial inquiry into Francois Fillon 'fake jobs' claims

French prosecutors have opened a judicial inquiry into claims Francois Fillon gave his wife a "fake job".

White House excludes news outlets including BBC and Daily Mail from briefing

The White House has excluded several news outlets from a media briefing, leading to accusations Donald Trump is retaliating for unwelcome reporting.

'Revenge mission' for Iraqi forces liberating Mosul from Islamic State

Windows rattle to the violent percussion of mortars and rockets.

Donald Trump: Border wall building starts 'soon' and is 'ahead of schedule'

Donald Trump has said his controversial border wall with Mexico is going to start being built "soon" and "way ahead of schedule".

At least 68 killed in bombings near town recaptured from Islamic State

Two car bomb attacks near the northern Syrian town of al Bab have killed at least 68 people.

Killers who murdered their partners get married in Nepal jail

Two convicted murderers, both in jail for killing their spouses, have married while still in prison in Nepal.

Marine Le Pen praises Donald Trump: 'I only have reason to rejoice'

French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has praised US President Donald Trump, saying his actions have been good for France so far.

North Korea's chemical warfare capabilities

We tend to focus on North Korea's nuclear threat and its visible, increasingly successful missile tests, but Kim Jong-Un also possesses one of the world's largest stockpiles of chemical weapons.

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Condom factory u-turn highlights increasing power of church in Russia

Condom factory u-turn highlights increasing power of church in Russia

It looks like an ordinary community in central Russia with a busy, four-lane highway and a rusty-looking railway line, but there are plenty of local people here who think Bogolyubovo is holy ground. 

Killers who murdered their partners get married in Nepal jail

Killers who murdered their partners get married in Nepal jail

Two convicted murderers, both in jail for killing their spouses, have married while still in prison in Nepal.

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