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French President Emmanuel Macron has called the police killings of pro-Algerian demonstrators in Paris 60 years ago "crimes." But a formal apology was not forthcoming.
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On October 17, 1961, dozens of Algerian protesters were shot, beaten to death or drowned in a brutal police clampdown.
Four years after the death of reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia many feel EU pledges to protect journalists aren't enough.
Armin Laschet, the leader of Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats, says he will quit as head of Germany's most-populous state. The announcement came as he took responsibility for the party's poor election performance.
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Venezuela's government said it suspended dialogue with the US-backed opposition to protest the extradition of fugitive Alex Saab, a close ally of President Nicolas Maduro, from Cape Verde to the US.
Norwegian investigators now say they believe mental illness was the main factor in the deadly bow-and-arrow attack. The Danish man suspected of the crime is currently in a secure medical facility.
Crowds of protesters have taken to the streets of Khartoum to call for the military to take power. The current political tensions in Sudan could jeopardize the country's transition to democracy.
Among British politicians paying tribute on Saturday was UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson. David Amess was stabbed to death while holding meetings in his constituency east of London on Friday.
Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of Rome to protest rising fascism in Italy. The action comes a week after right-wing groups stormed trade union headquarters.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he hopes to continue working well with the new German government during Chancellor Angela Merkel's farewell visit to the country.
Deadly clashes involving police of the two Indian states in July highlight the urgency to resolve their border dispute.
Icy relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran are thawing. But it's unlikely that they will become close allies.
Demonstrators are calling for democratic reforms in Africa's last absolute monarchy.
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The recent election in the Czech Republic shows that a united opposition can topple authoritarian-style governments.
The city's university wants to remove Pillar of Shame, a monument to the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre in Beijing.
Marco Reus and Erling Haaland scored as Dortmund eased past Mainz, but Donyell Malen is yet to score in the league.
NASA launched a spacecraft on a 12-year mission to explore Jupiter's Trojan asteroids for the first time.
Fans of the "Squid Game" series are rediscovering traditional children's games, especially the honeycomb challenge.
"The Battle at Lake Changjin" is set to be the year's highest grossing film, but critics have slammed it as propaganda.
Instead of using retirement to relax, many Japanese people prefer to put their skills to the best use for society.
Ireland's letting go of peat as an energy source and restoring many of its CO2-storing bogland ecosystems.
Residents in Zanzibar's Stone Town are working to protect the city's stray cats.
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