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London replica torched to mark Great Fire
A massive wooden replica of 17th century London was torched Sunday on the River Thames to mark the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London, which paved the way for the building of the modern city.
 
French protesters block roads in 'Jungle' demo
French farmers and truckers launched a joint operation Monday to block off main routes in and out of Calais to call for the closure of the sprawling "Jungle" migrant camp there.
 
Merkel under fire after defeat to populist anti-migrant party
German Chancellor Angela Merkel came under fresh fire over her open-door refugee policy Monday after her party suffered a humiliating defeat against an upstart anti-migrant populist party in her home state.
 
Pope Francis canonizes Mother Teresa at Vatican City ceremony
Pope Francis on Sunday proclaimed Mother Teresa of Kolkata a saint, hailing her as the personification of maternal love and a powerful advocate for the poor.
 
Germany's anti-migrant populists beat Merkel's party in local vote
Germany's anti-migrant populists made a strong showing at Sunday's state polls, scoring ahead of Chancellor Angela Merkel's party as voters punished the German leader over her liberal refugee policy.
 
Angela Merkel's party braces for anger at polls
Chancellor Angela Merkel's party braced for a backlash at state polls Sunday, while anti-migrant populists are poised for major gains a year after the German leader opened the borders to refugees.
 
Fighting poverty with unsold produce in Brussels
It is 6:45 a.m. in Brussels, and the morning food market is already quietly packing away its wares. Throughout the night and much of the morning, wholesalers and restaurateurs alike have joined the jostling throngs to try to secure the freshest produce for the best price.
 
AFP photographer Aris Messinis wins prestigious Visa d'Or News
Agence France-Presse photographer Aris Messinis was honored Saturday at photojournalism's biggest annual festival, for moving images of the massive arrival of migrants in Greece last year.
 
EU chief opposes UK trade talks pre-Brexit
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said Sunday he opposes trade negotiations between Britain and other economies while it remains part of the European Union, as Australia prepares for talks on the issue with London.
 
Romeo the golden retriever pulled alive from quake rubble after nine days
A golden retriever named Romeo has been pulled from the rubble of Italy's earthquake, over nine days after he was given up for dead.
 
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