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Wilders to air cartoons of Prophet Muhammad on Dutch TV

Anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders says he will show images of Prophet Muhammad during airtime allocated to his party.

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Egypt's Sisi in Berlin amid protests over rights record

Rights groups urge German chancellor to link closer economic ties with Egypt's president to addressing violations.

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Interpol issues six wanted person alerts in #FIFA probe

Two former FIFA officials, including Jack Warner, and four corporate executives wanted over racketeering and corruption.

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Heavy fighting resumes in Ukraine's east

First civilian deaths since February truce reported as government troops and rebel forces trade charges of new attack.

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Eurogroup 'unimpressed' with #Greece debt talks

Eurogroup chief says not enough progress made at debt talks with Greece and that there will be no half-way compromises.

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Fatal clashes erupt in eastern #Ukraine despite truce

Two civilians and three Ukrainian soldiers die in fighting in country's east where pro-Russia rebels hope to secede.

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#Turkey commemorates victims of flotilla raid

Thousands march in Turkey, remembering activists killed in Israeli attack on Gaza-bound flotilla ship five years ago.

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#France warns against 'militant secularity'

Education minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem warns policies are counter-productive and putting children off secularism.

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Thousands of migrants rescued in the Mediterranean sea

Migrants who left Libya in 25 boats were picked up by ships from Italy, Britain, Malta and Belgium, Frontex says.

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EU says Russian travel blacklist 'unjustified'

Russia's travel ban on 89 European citizens who have criticised Kremlin described as "arbitrary and unjustified" by EU.

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