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The Guardian apologises for controversial Greece 'poverty' tour

The Guardian offered an apology after social media users blasted the paper for 'poverty porn' over crisis tours.

Parthenon temple in Greece

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Russia expels diplomats from 23 countries as spy row worsens

Move is in retaliation for wave of ejections of Russian officials after alleged poisoning on ex-spy and daughter.

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Russia expels 60 US diplomats, closes American consulate

Fifty-eight diplomats expelled served at the US embassy in Moscow and two at the consulate in Yekaterinburg.

Sergei, 66, and Yulia Skripal, 33

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Leave.EU group slammed over tweet 'smearing UK Muslims'

Muslim and Jewish groups denounce Brexit campaign group and demand apology for 'shocking' post on Twitter.

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Brexit: One-year countdown

Britain will leave the EU on March 29, 2019, at 23:00 GMT, but not everyone is optimistic about it.

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Ecuador cuts Julian Assange's internet access at London embassy

Founder of whistle-blower website holed up at Ecuador's embassy in London for nearly six years now, faces fresh curbs.

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What Google and Facebook know about you

An expert has investigated the data that two internet companies possess and warns others on extent of privacy intrusion.

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Hannah Glasse: Why Google honours her today

One of the pioneering English cooks and writer of The Art of Cookery, Hannah Glasse would have been 310 today.

Hannah Glasse

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Ireland to vote on abortion in May

Abortion has long been a divisive issue in once stridently Catholic Ireland.

Protesters in Dublin

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Greek Cypriot president welcomes EU support over gas issue

Anastasiades welcomes EU's 'unprecedented' condemnation of Turkey's actions off Cyprus, a statement slammed by Ankara.

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Investigators: Russian missile brought down MH17 over Ukraine

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Yulia Skripal: 'Assassination attempt turned my life upside down'

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Italy nears populist government with mandate for PM pick Conte

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French Muslim student in media storm over headscarf

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Facebook's Zuckerberg grilled by EU Parliament over data scandal

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Yekaterinburg mayor resigns over scrapping of elections

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