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British leader Theresa May calls on EU leaders to move forward with Brexittalks
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The mentally-sick in Zanzibar turn to profiteering exorcists for treatment (R)
What would the UK opposition party do about Brexit?
Does Qatar have enough time to find a good enough team for the 2022 World Cup?
Country singer Bryan Hopkins helped people escape gunfire by leading them into a freezer (R)
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Gravity waves, gamma rays and light detected from two neutron stars merging 130 mya (R)
Pollution was linked to nine million deaths worldwide in 2015
Thirty years after the 1987 Black Monday crash, are markets overvalued yet again?
How British Jewish ex-servicemen fought fascists on the streets of Britain after WW2
A larger military and more influence abroad is Tokyo's new stated policy. To what end?
Presidents Obama and Bush have called for an end to the poisonous politics of division.
Kurdish forces exchange heavy gunfire with Iraqi troops in the north of the country
Does Qatar have enough time to find a good enough team for the 2022 World Cup? (R)
How Mogadishu's most destructive bomb attack has become a turning point for Somalis
2/3 Can mixed prayer groups lead to the ‘spiritual nourishment’ some Jewish women would like?
EU not prepared to start UK trade talks yet, but they may begin in December
Software that beat the human Go world champion can now teach itself to play.
EU leaders have agreed to start talking among themselves about a post-Brexit trade deal
Another attack in Afghanistan, this time in Kabul, kills at least 30 people
How Mogadishu's most destructive bomb attack has become a turning point for Somalis (R)
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The district is the last area in Kirkuk province still held by Kurdish Peshmerga fighters
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What would the UK opposition party do about Brexit? (R)
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