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Tuesday, December 16, 2014
3 suspects surrender after siege in Ghent
Three suspects in an armed hostage incident in the Belgian city of Ghent surrendered to police Monday, reports said, as officials said there were no indications of terrorism.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) sounded the alarm Monday over the rising number of homophobic attacks in Russia, slamming Vladimir Putin's government for “inaction” and urging a crackdown on hate crimes.
Recent weekly protests by far-right populists against immigrants, asylum seekers and the “Islamization” of Germany “bring shame” on the country, Justice Minister Heiko Maas said Monday.
London sewer cleaners in fatberg fightback
Every day beneath the streets of London, sewer technicians are fighting a grim war against giant fatbergs which clog the system and threaten to regurgitate putrid waste back into people's homes.
Monday, December 15, 2014
Members at one of the last human rights groups active in Chechnya said Sunday that their office has been torched after they criticized the Kremlin-installed Chechen leader for calling for collective punishment against families of Islamist insurgents.
Members at one of the last human rights groups active in Chechnya said Sunday that their office has been torched after they criticized the Kremlin-installed Chechen leader for calling for collective punishment against families of Islamist insurgents.
The plunge in oil prices is making it tougher than ever for the European Central Bank to achieve its core mission of keeping prices stable at a time it faces looming deflation, analysts say.
Maite Izquierdo and her family are doing their best to get by in Spain's economic crisis, but work and money don't come by magic. Or could they?
A European rule requiring restaurants, bakeries and supermarkets — or anyone mass-producing meals — to list any of 14 allergens that might appear on their menus is being met with confusion.
Sunday, December 14, 2014
Russia responded angrily on Saturday to news that U.S. senators had passed a bill calling for fresh sanctions against Moscow and the supply of lethal military aid to Ukraine.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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