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March 24, 2017

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Swiss police hunt gunmen who killed pair in Basel cafe attack
Swiss police were Friday hunting for two gunmen who burst into a cafe in the city of Basel and opened fire, killing two people and seriously injuring a third.
Iconic rock arch from 'Game of Thrones' falls into Malta sea
The Azure Window, a natural rock arch which jutted onto the sea off Malta and was a backdrop for the "Game of Thrones" TV series, has collapsed in a storm.
First woman in space honored on 80th birthday
Russia on Monday honored the world's first woman in space, Valentina Tereshkova, who recalled tense moments of her pioneering mission on her 80th birthday.
Russia gives new 'Beauty and the Beast' film a 16+ rating
Despite pressure from an ultra-conservative lawmaker, Russia's Culture Ministry has approved the release of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" movie despite protests over a gay character.
In Russia, economic crisis brings added Women's Day pressure for men
In offices across Russia, the countdown to International Women's Day is a whirl of last-minute meetings and dashes for gifts as men race to prepare festivities for their female colleagues.
City of London honors Hawking
Britain's Professor Stephen Hawking is presented with his illuminated Freedom Scroll by the chamberlain of the City of London as he receives the Honorary Freedom of the City of London during a ceremony at the Guildhall on Monday, March 6.
Hidden sex workers risk violence and disease
Vladimir Putin recently quipped that Russian prostitutes are "the best in the world" as he dismissed unsubstantiated rumors that Moscow had incriminating evidence on Donald Trump.
France's Fillon fights for survival as right-wing party leaders meet
Francois Fillon was fighting to keep his embattled French presidential bid alive on Monday as former President Nicolas Sarkozy piled pressure on him ahead of a crisis meeting of their right-wing Republicans party.
Mayor approves Chelsea's plans to redevelop Stamford Bridge
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has approved plans for Chelsea to redevelop Stamford Bridge, the latest hurdle overcome by the Premier League leaders in the building process.
Fillon clings to French presidential race; party not sure
With the Eiffel Tower as a backdrop, French conservative Francois Fillon clung tenaciously to his presidential candidacy Sunday, emboldened by thousands of supporters at a high-stakes rally aimed at quashing pressure on him to step aside because of impending corruption charges.
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