More than one hundred people have launched a long march in the UK to protest what they believe is a betrayal of a 2016 public vote to leave the European Union.
Activists begin long march in UK to protest Brexit betrayal
Slovaks voted Saturday in round one of a presidential election that a vocal government critic appears poised to win after an investigative journalist's murder dealt a blow to the ruling elite.
Slovaks vote for president amid fallout from journalist murder
Protesters set fire to a bank and ransacked stores on Paris’ landmark shopping street in a new flare-up of violence as France’s yellow vest demonstrations against President Emmanuel Macron and his pro-business reforms entered their fourth month.
Violence returns as France's yellow vest protests enter fourth month
Russia will respond to new European Union sanctions, its Foreign Ministry said on Saturday, without saying what action it would take.
Russia says it will respond to new EU sanctions
Older female workers in the UK are almost twice as likely as their male counterparts to be informal carers, a report by the Office for National Statistics found.
Older female workers in UK 'twice as likely as men' to be informal carers
Britain's Home Secretary (Interior Minister) Sajid Javid has said social media companies must take action to stop violent extremism on their channels after Friday's massacre by an Australian white supremacist at two mosques in New Zealand.
Social media firms must take action against violent extremism: UK interior minister
“Iran, Cradle of Civilization,” an exhibition of nearly two hundred valuable pieces of works, showcasing thousands of years of the country’s history, was inaugurated at the Archeological Museum of Alicante (MARQ) in south eastern Spain.
'Iran, Cradle of Civilization' exhibition opens in Spain
Ministers are in talks with the Democratic Unionists to try to get them to back Theresa May's Brexit deal ahead of a third Commons vote on the package.
DUP in talks with ministers ahead of third vote on Brexit
Schools have become “an unofficial fourth emergency service” for vulnerable families across England and Wales, offering food parcels, clothing and laundry facilities to those worst affected by austerity, according to a new report by a head teachers’ union.
Schools have become 'fourth emergency service' for poorest British families

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