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Stockholm attack suspect confesses to 'terrorist crime'

Rakhmat Akilov accepts his custody detention and admits ploughing pedestrians in Swedish capital, his lawyer says.

Eriksson

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Fire ravages migrant camp near Dunkirk's Grande-Synthe

Camp housing 1,500 people destroyed in blaze, which officials said began during a fight between Afghans and Kurds.

Grande-Synthe

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UN urges EU not to send asylum seekers back to Hungary

Asylum seekers, including children, are being held in shipping containers surrounded by razor fences, the UN says.

Hungary

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Russian opposition leader Navalny released from jail

Alexei Navalny was among the hundreds arrested on March 26 at an anti-corruption protest in Moscow.

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Tens of thousands rally in Hungary over university bill

Protesters rally in Budapest against a bill that could close a university founded by American billionaire George Soros.

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Conflict in Syria set to dominate G7 discussions

Foreign ministers of major industrialised nations are due to put pressure on Russia to distance itself from Assad.

chemical weapons attack

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'Bomb-like device' defused in downtown Oslo

Suspect arrested after discovery of explosive device in busy area in Norwegian capital's business district, police say.

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Russia slams UK for Syria support

Moscow slams London after British FM cancels visit, saying UK has no real influence in international affairs.

Bashar al-Assad

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Stockholm attack: Uzbek held for 'terrorist crimes'

Swedish prosecutors say man arrested for 'terrorist crimes' after truck rammed into crowds in Stockholm, killing four.

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ETA weapons 'surrendered to civil society' in France

Basque group hands over arms after waging a deadly independence campaign for more than 50 years.

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