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Labor reforms in France spark fresh street demonstrations
Protesters took to the streets across France on Thursday for fresh demonstrations against the Socialist government's labor reforms, although opposition to the measures appeared to be running out of steam.
 
Fewer than half of the world's some six million refugee children are in school, making them five times less likely to get an education than the global average, the U.N. warned Thursday.
 
Some 20 women of different nationalities set sail for the Gaza Strip from Barcelona on Wednesday evening, in the latest attempt to break a crippling blockade imposed by Israel.
 
Cameron slammed over Libya planning in new report
Former British Prime Minister David Cameron launched a bombing campaign in Libya based on "erroneous assumptions" and failed to adequately plan for the aftermath, according to a damning parliamentary report released on Wednesday.
 
Pope Francis on Wednesday denounced killing in God's name as "satanic" as he held a mass to honor Jacques Hamel, the French priest whose throat was slit by jihadists in July.
 
Former British prime minister David Cameron launched a bombing campaign in Libya based on "erroneous assumptions" and failed to adequately plan for the aftermath, according to a damning parliamentary report released on Wednesday.
 
Nationalists seek renewed use of Nazi-era term
Monday after calling for a racially charged term favored during the Third Reich to be rehabilitated.
 
Trial of Auschwitz SS medic Zafke begins
The oft-delayed trial of a former SS medic who served at the Auschwitz death camp opened Monday in Germany, amid lingering questions about whether the 95-year-old is fit enough for the proceedings to continue.
 
Crowds demand Catalan independence from Spain
Hundreds of thousands of Catalans took to the streets on Sunday to demand their region break away from Spain, pressuring pro-independence leaders to unite and iron out differences over their secession plan.
 
Attack on Turkey ruling party wounds 48 people
A car bomb exploded Monday outside the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) headquarters in the eastern Turkish city of Van, wounding 48 people including two police officers, local authorities said.
 
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