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More than a million live in 'extreme poverty' in UK

Study by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation finds more than a million, including 300,000 children, live in destitution.

activist protests

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Sweden's Green Party 'infiltrated by Islamists'

One party member refused to shake hands with a female journalist, and another compared Israel to Nazi Germany.

Housing Minister Mehmet Kaplan

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Serbia election: PM Aleksandar Vucic claims victory

Aleksandar Vucic says Serbia will continue on "European path" as his party looks set to win nearly half of votes cast.

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Voting under way in Serbia's snap parliamentary poll

Election seen as de facto referendum on PM Vucic's bid to lead Balkan nation towards European Union membership.

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic

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EU leaders praise Turkey for its treatment of refugees

German chancellor and EU officials travel to Turkish-Syrian border in effort to bolster controversial refugee-swap deal.

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Boris Johnson criticised for 'racist' Obama comments

After US president's Brexit remarks, Boris Johnson stirs controversy by saying Obama has "ancestral dislike" for UK.

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Obama's Brexit comments spark controversy in UK

US leader urges voters not to back exit from EU in referendum, saying it would hurt country's trade with US.

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Obama: 'EU makes Britain even greater'

Landing in London for a three-day visit, US president urges voters not to back Brexit in June 23 referendum.

Obama in the UK

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Norway violated Anders Breivik's rights, court rules

Keeping mass killer in "completely locked world" ruled a breach of the European Convention on Human Rights.

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UN to probe reports hundreds drowned in Mediterranean

Witnesses say boat carrying 400-500 people sank on Monday.

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