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    Sudan revolution: Deaths are ‘worthwhile sacrifice’ | World News

    By Stuart Ramsay, chief correspondent, in Khartoum As Sudanese soldiers fire live rounds at unarmed protesters, a young man stands his ground, then moves forward, berating...

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    Anger over Notre-Dame donations as yellow vest protests turn violent | World News

    At least 126 people have been arrested in Paris on the 23rd week of the yellow vest protests as violence erupted on the city’s streets. Flares...

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    Manhunt for New York ‘axe murderer’ after woman hacked to death | US News

    By Ajay Nair, news reporter A woman has been hacked to death in New York, with another victim managing to raise the alarm after escaping the...

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    Sudan: €6m found stuffed in suitcases at home of ousted president Omar al Bashir | World News

    Sudan’s ousted president Omar al Bashir is being investigated for money laundering after large sums of foreign currency were found at his home. Military intelligence found...

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    Ukraine’s TV star turned politician could uproot corrupt elites | World News

    By Diana Magnay, Moscow correspondent, in Kiev Petro Poroshenko will have managed to pull off something pretty close to a miracle if he manages to beat...

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    Schoolgirls, 14, charged over ‘mass murder plot’ in Florida | US News

    By Rachael Kennedy, news reporter Two schoolgirls are facing charges of plotting mass murder in the US after a teacher allegedly found their detailed written plans...

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    Julian Assange put through ‘hell’ at embassy, says former diplomat | World News

    By Lisa Holland, senior correspondent Julian Assange was always respectful but went through “hell” in the Ecuadorian embassy as officials tried to “break him down”, according...

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    Billionaire heiress pleads guilty to role in NXIVM sex cult case in New York | US News

    By Rachael Kennedy, news reporter An heiress to a multibillion-dollar liquor company fortune has pleaded guilty over her role in a sex trafficking case involving a...

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    As atheist China shuts churches, Christians pray in secret | World News

    By Tom Cheshire, Asia correspondent In a run-down block of flats in north Beijing, up flights of bare concrete stairs, you can hear them singing hymns...

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    EU Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker: The UK cannot keep delaying Brexit | Politics News

    The UK cannot delay Brexit indefinitely and must stop wasting time, the European commission chief has said. Jean-Claude Juncker warned Britain that its departure from the...