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Refugee defends Merkel's reaction in tearful encounter

German leader criticised online after telling 14-year-old that politics was hard and some refugees would be sent home.

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Merkel reduces teenage Palestinian refugee to tears

German chancellor comforts teenager facing deportation after explaining some refugees would be sent home.

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Thousands rescued from stricken boats off Libya's coast

Nearly 3,000 saved by European authorities as flow of migrants across Mediterranean continues unabated.

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German TV to air Muslim prayers in historic broadcast

Live coverage of Eid prayers from a mosque near Munich also includes speeches by Catholic and Protestant leaders.

Penzberg Mosque

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Greek parliament votes for euro bailout measures

Approval for austerity reforms comes despite intense opposition and violent protests in Athens.

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UK radio campaign launched to stop girls joining ISIL

British police concerned that summer holidays could see more schoolgirls travel to Syria to join armed group.

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German court finds 'Bookkeeper of #Auschwitz' guilty

Court sentences 94-year-old Oskar Groening to four years in jail for being an accessory to the murder of 300,000 people.

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Violent clashes ahead of Greek vote on bailout deal

Ex-finance minister makes case against the deal during parliamentary debate as police battle thousands of protesters.

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#IMF demands #Greece debt relief ahead of bailout vote

Creditor says "concrete" measures needed to lighten Greece debt burden as Athens prepares to vote on bailout deal.

Greece debt

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#Iran and world powers clinch historic nuclear deal

Tehran agrees to curb its nuclear programme in exchange for sanctions relief after lengthy negotiations.

Iran and world powers

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