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18 Jan
British lawmakers voted in favour of the government's legislative blueprint for Brexit yesterday. The European Union Bill was approved by a 324 to 295 vote in the 650-seat lower house. The bill has become...
18 Jan
Brazilians protested against a price increase in public transport yesterday. According to local media, protesters attacked a bank and blocked the path of a bus in Brazil's biggest city after the fare is...
17 Jan
Ten people were killed when a Colombian army helicopter crashed near the town of Segovia yesterday, the army said. It was carrying eight army personnel and two civilians when crashed. Staff onboard the...
17 Jan
In a Spanish village, the "Luminarias" annual festival was held yesterday.  Hundreds of horse riders jumped through flames to celebrate the eve of Saint Anthony's day. Tradition says the...
17 Jan
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson met with South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha in Canada yesterday.  The two met on the sidelines of a 20-nation meeting on North Korea to consider imposing...
17 Jan
South Africa's Cape Town is hit by worst drought in a century. The residents have to join queues for emergency rations as the city is likely to run out of water by April. But the ration is limited a...
17 Jan
Clashes erupted between Palestinians and Israeli forces yesterday after the funeral procession of man killed by Israeli forces. Palestinians threw stones from a hillside position towards Israeli forces in...
17 Jan
Over 100 African migrants were rescued by Libya's coastguard yesterday while trying to reach Europe.  Coastguard officials received a radio signal from the Italian coastguard who spotted the migrants...
17 Jan
In Chile, protesters joined alleged abuse victims in Santiago yesterday to denounce Pope Francis. They spoke out against the Church's record on covering up abuse scandals and reportedly protecting its...
16 Jan
A partially constructed bridge in central Colombia collapsed yesterday, an official from the disaster response agency said. The bridge was to be part of the highway, but was not yet in public use. At least nine...

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