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A lawyer and expert on racism warned that it might be difficult to charge the “KKK” group with racial discrimination under existing Swiss legislation as they apparently didn’t target any specific race or ethnicity and only donned their attire during a carnival.
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The blacklist included such nations as North Korea and Saudi Arabia, as well as four US overseas territories. This caused frustration in Washington, which accused the EU of being superficial in its assessment.
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The businessman’s death occurred after he suffered a heart attack when an “unnamed substance” was injected into his penis during a procedure aimed at increasing the size of that appendage.
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Finnish President Sauli Niinisto approved the resignation of the government at a meeting with the country's prime minister, Juha Sipila, on Friday morning; the meeting was broadcast on the television channel MTV3.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin attended the wedding of Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl in the city of Graz in August 2018. Apart from dancing with the bride, he shouted "Now a kiss!" in German, and signed his name across the newlywed's car.
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The German government had been deliberating over whether to ban China's Huawei from participating in the development of its future 5G infrastructure after the US and some of its allies barred the hi-tech company from their next-generation networks.
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - UK Prime Minister Theresa May will tell the European Union that the bloc "has to make a choice," seeking to ensure legally-binding changes to the bilateral Brexit deal with regard to the Irish backstop, media have reported, citing pre-released extracts of the prime minister's upcoming speech.
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The Consulate General of the Russian Federation in Edinburgh dismissed claims made by Scottish newspapers that the Admiral Gorshkov frigate, equipped with guided Kalibr missiles, was sailing in UK territorial waters.
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About 900,000 migrants arrived in Germany between 2015 and 2016, most of them from war-torn countries like Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan; since then, however, their number has shrunk significantly.
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In March 2016 England footballer Adam Johnson was jailed for six years for grooming a 15-year-old football fan and engaging in sexual activity with her while he was playing for Premier League team Sunderland.
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Danish hiker Louisa Vesterager Jespersen, 24, and her Norwegian friend Maren Ueland,28, were killed in Morocco's Atlas Mountains during a trekking holiday. The video, shared by 14 Danes, six of whom were minors, showed the beheading of Jespersen with what appears to be a kitchen knife.
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BERLIN (Sputnik) – The German Public Prosecutor General has brought charges against two people who were detained last year on suspicion of producing biological weapons and plotting acts of terrorism, the body said on Thursday in a statement.
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The skeleton, said to be that of a young man who lived during the Neolithic Period, the final period of the Stone Age, was well-preserved thanks to the high concentration of calcium oxide in the soil where he was buried.
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LONDON (Sputnik) - Leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom confirmed on Thursday that the UK parliament will vote on the government's Brexit deal on March 12.
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On Thursday, Matteo Salvini, Italian deputy PM and leader of the Lega Party, was quick to distance himself from the issue by saying that he doesn’t support the content of the leaflet and that he is working for “equal dignity between men and women and between fathers and mothers”.
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Shortly after the severance of Porn Pedallers’ affiliation was announced, British Cycling stated that they are now working with the club in an attempt to try and resolve this issue.
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Tommy Robinson - whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, faces an allegation that he had committed contempt of court by filming people before a criminal trial.
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Eurostar warned of continuing "sizeable delays and congestion" in its Gare du Nord hub on Thursday, due tight border searches and interrogations of people travelling between Paris and London.
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LONDON (Sputnik) - The Labour party's successful amendment in the House of Lords calling on the UK government to negotiate the retention of some form of post-Brexit customs union with Brussels has only strengthened the need for a more accountable second chamber, Gerard Batten, the leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), told Sputnik.
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Mr. Khan said that dividing education via free schools and academies have caused councils to lose track of the growing number of students being excluded. Research also showed that excluding pupils from mainstream educations greatly increased the risk of youth involvement in crime.
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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has joined the ranks of the Instagram social media influencers as she uploaded her first post on Thursday during a visit to London's Science Museum. Surprisingly, it wasn't a selfie.
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The parliament of Catalonia approved on Thursday the establishment of a special commission to investigate possible illegal activities of members of the royal family.
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A police bomb disposal team was sent to a street in central Edinburgh on Thursday, as UK policing authorities reacted to reports of a suspicious package found in one of the Scottish capital's buildings.
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Paris St Germain's Champions League exit at the hands of Manchester United has left the club furious but club president Nasser al-Khelaifi said there would be no knee-jerk reaction to sack German coach Thomas Tuchel.
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