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Indian Police Set up Security after Mob Attack on Africans

Police stepped up security Wednesday in a northern Indian city where a mob attacked African students following the death of a local teenager from a suspected drug overdose.

Five people were arrested over the assault in Greater Noida in which the students were beaten with sticks and metal chairs, with police examining CCTV footage to identify other attackers.

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London Stansted Airport Runway Closed due to Protest

The runway at London's Stansted airport was temporarily closed on Tuesday after a protest organisers said was aimed at stopping deportations to Nigeria.

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I. Coast ex-First Lady Acquitted of Crimes against Humanity

An Ivory Coast jury on Tuesday acquitted former first lady Simone Gbagbo of crimes against humanity during the 2010-11 post-election crisis at her trial in Abidjan.

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Spy Fiction? Byzantine Russia Tale Envelops Washington

Secret meetings, phone taps, Russian oil money and mysterious intelligence dossiers: the swirling scandal over Donald Trump's ties to Moscow has all the makings of a classic spy novel -- whose ending has yet to be written.

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France Socialist Presidential Hopeful Talks Euro with Merkel, Wins Schulz Backing

French Socialist presidential candidate Benoit Hamon took his call to broaden decision-making in the eurozone to Berlin Tuesday in talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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New NATO-Russia Talks on Eve of Tillerson Visit

NATO ambassadors will meet the Russian envoy on Thursday in a new bid to ease tensions on the eve of the alliance's first talks with U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

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'Punishing' Britain Will Hurt EU Too, Says London Mayor

The mayor of London on Tuesday warned the European Union against punishing Britain in Brexit negotiations, saying that everyone would suffer the consequences.

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Scottish Parliament Votes in Favor of New Independence Referendum

Scotland's parliament on Tuesday voted to allow First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to make a formal request to the British government to hold a new referendum on independence, on the eve of the formal launch of Brexit.

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Pro-Kurdish Party Slams 'Media Embargo' before Turkey Vote

A major Turkish party said Tuesday it was being denied TV airtime for its campaign to oppose boosting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's powers, with a referendum on the proposal less than three weeks away.

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Ex-Soviet State Georgia Celebrates EU Visa Waiver

Pro-Western former Soviet republic of Georgia on Tuesday hailed the "historic" first day of visa-free travel to Europe for its citizens as a waiver agreed with the European Union entered into force.

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