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Snow shuts runways, disrupts flights across UK

The heaviest snowfall to hit Britain in four years has caused widespread disruption, with roads becoming hazardous and flights grounded following runway closures. Birmingham Airport, serving the country’s second biggest city, suspended flights for all of Sunday morning, as staff worked to clear the runway amid heavy snow. A spokeswoman ...

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Poll shows Catalan separatist will lose majority in elections

A new poll conducted just ahead of regional elections in Spain’s Catalonia suggests that separatist parties would lose their majority in the parliament. The poll published in Spanish newspaper La Vanguardia on Sunday said the three separatist parties which dominated Catalonia’s parliament before the recent political crisis will narrowly fail ...

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Thousands of anti-fascist demonstrators rally in Italy

Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in the northern Italian city of Como, denouncing anti-refugee activities by the far-right groups in the country. More than 10,000 anti-fascist demonstrators, including leaders from the governing center-left Democratic Party (PD), took part in the protest rally on Saturday. Former Italian Prime Minister ...

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UK Foreign Secretary Johnson in Tehran for talks

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has arrived in the Iranian capital of Tehran on Saturday to meet with high-ranking Iranian officials. Johnson landed in Tehran after a short stay in the Omani capital of Muscat, where he held talks with Sultan Qaboos and his counterpart Yusuf bin Alawi. Before leaving ...

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UN peacekeepers: A history of deadly attacks

An attack which killed 15 United Nations peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo late Thursday is one of the worst in the history of the organization. The following is a look at previous deadly attacks on the so-called Blue Berets: Democratic Republic of Congo: December 7, 2017: At least 15 ...

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