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Anti-Semitism ‘on rise in Europe’

Anti-Semitism ‘on rise in Europe’

By Bethany Bell BBC News Swastikas and slogans were daubed near a synagogue in Salzwedel, Germany Many Jews in Europe say anti-Semitism is increasing, particularly on the internet, according to a survey by the EU’s Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA). The survey of 5,847...

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No Iran nuclear deal yet, says US

No Iran nuclear deal yet, says US

US Secretary of State John Kerry said important issues remained “unresolved” ...

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Monster storm roars into Philippines

Monster storm roars into Philippines

Mai Zamora from the charity World Vision said “galvanised iron sheets were flying just like kites” Typhoon Haiyan...

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‘Al-Qaeda killed’ French reporters

‘Al-Qaeda killed’ French reporters

RFI said the two journalists were passionate about Africa Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) killed the two French journalists who were abducted in Kidal in north Mali, a website used by the group has said. An AQIM statement said the killings on...

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Key accord at Colombia peace talks

Key accord at Colombia peace talks

The Farc leader Marcos Calarca spoke at the press conference held in Cuba Colombian Farc rebel leaders and government negotiators have agreed on a political future for the left-wing group should a peace deal be reached. At the ongoing talks in Cuba, both...

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Asteroid hit rate ‘underestimated’

Asteroid hit rate ‘underestimated’

By Rebecca Morelle Science reporter, BBC World Service Archive: Eyewitnesses and CCTV cameras captured the moment...

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US parties divide election spoils

US parties divide election spoils

  Anger at hardline conservative Republicans over last month’s government shutdown has affected the party’s fortunes,...

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Arafat ‘may have been poisoned’

Arafat ‘may have been poisoned’

The BBC’s Yolande Knell: “The scientists themselves are extremely cautious” ...

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Norway bus suspect faced deportation

Norway bus suspect faced deportation

Police say the motive for the bus hijack and stabbings are still not clear A man accused of hijacking a bus and killing three people in Norway was a South Sudanese asylum-seeker who had been due for deportation, police said. Police said the...

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‘Sweetie’ catches online predators

‘Sweetie’ catches online predators

By Angus Crawford BBC News Sweetie, the computer avatar catching online predators ...

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