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Putin shows no puppy love for Japan's attempt at dog diplomacy

Russia appears to have snubbed a Japanese attempt at dog diplomacy by declining the gift of a puppy for President Vladimir Putin at a summit with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

CIA probe 'finds Russia tried to sway US election in Trump's favour'

A secret CIA assessment has found that Russia tried to tip last month's US presidential election in Donald Trump's favour, according to reports.

Church gunman Dylann Roof laughed after confessing to FBI

A man accused of killing nine worshippers at a church in South Carolina laughed and made gun motions as he recounted the attack in a videotaped confession, it has emerged.

Rudy Giuliani rules out taking up post in Trump administration

Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani will not join President-elect Donald Trump's incoming administration after he takes office next month, it has emerged.

Zoo probes mysterious drownings of seven penguins

A Canadian zoo has opened an investigation into the “devastating” drowning of seven of its penguins.

Terror suspect with loaded Kalashnikov arrested in Rotterdam

A terror suspect with a loaded Kalashnikov assault rifle has been arrested in the Dutch city of Rotterdam.

Hundreds of men from rebel-held areas of Aleppo 'disappear'

Hundreds of men are reportedly missing in the Syrian city of Aleppo after government forces retook rebel areas.

World's oldest bank Monte dei Paschi in share price plunge

Monte dei Paschi di Siena's shares have plunged in Milan amid renewed fears for its future - sparking a wider sell-off in the country's troubled banking sector.

Banana firm Fyffes ripe for £633m Japanese takeover

Fyffes, the Irish-based fruit and vegetable distributor, says it is unanimously recommending a takeover offer for the business from a larger Japanese rival.

Boris Johnson on message in Gulf after Saudi Arabia remark

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is on a testing tour of the Middle East after he accused UK ally Saudi Arabia of "puppeteering" proxy wars in the region.

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Putin shows no puppy love for Japan's attempt at dog diplomacy

Putin shows no puppy love for Japan's attempt at dog diplomacy

Russia appears to have snubbed a Japanese attempt at dog diplomacy by declining the gift of a puppy for President Vladimir Putin at a summit with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

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