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Smoke bombs & stones: French and British fishermen stage ‘sea battle’ in scallop war (VIDEO)

Brexit has recently worsened relations between the UK and France but tensions have now increased after French and British fishermen clashed at sea on Tuesday night over a scallop row. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Sarah Palin Reportedly Not Invited To Sen. John McCain’s Funeral

The GOP presidential candidate’s 2008 running mate will be conspicuously absent from the service.

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UN 'alarmed' by reports of China's mass detention of Uighurs

The UN says credible reports suggest that up to a million Muslim Uighurs are held in detention camps.

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Coffee shops can be as unhealthy as fast food chains and use misleading names to make their food seem less calorific, according to the UK Government’s top nutritionist.

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Cyclones almost never hit Portugal. Here’s what happened when Leslie struck this weekend.

300,000 without power, and thousands of trees destroyed.

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Boris Johnson: UK gets 'diddly squat' from May's Brexit plans

Boris Johnson: UK gets ‘diddly squat’ from May’s Brexit plans  BBC News What Did You Miss? What Brexit Did While Europe Hit the Beach  Bloomberg There will be no second referendum on Brexit – it would be a gross betrayal of our democracy  Telegraph.co.uk Welcome back to Brexitland  CNN Wizard of Oz Lynton Crosby fixing Boris Johnson coup against […]

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Iraq protesters killed in Basra clashes with security forces

Demonstrators are angry about the lack of basic services, including drinking water, and jobs.

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Voices from the classroom: US teachers discuss their biggest challenges – live

Join us as teachers tell their stories of chronic underfunding in schools – and how it affects their job and their students’ futures Share your experiences here and talk to us in the comments 2.33pm BST From Buffalo, NY, Jake Sanders said low pay is the issue for new teachers – “There’s very little institutional […]

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Kremlin says puzzled by UK's decision to name Skripal case suspects

Kremlin aide Yuri Ushakov said on Wednesday that it was hard to understand what Britain was trying to signal to Moscow by naming two men it suspected of poisoning former Russian agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.

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