Ukrainians to be able to withdraw cash from cards at supermarket checkout
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Russian proxies in Donbas capture Ukrainian soldier
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Russians delaying gas talks as they spur work on Nord Stream 2, says Naftogaz
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China: Youth feel brunt of economic slowdown
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China: Youth feel brunt of economic slowdown

China‘s economic slowdown is increasing the pressure on the country’s job market and young people in particular are feeling the crunch. A record number of new graduates will…

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Mnangagwa back in Zimbabwe, vows to probe protest crackdown
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Mnangagwa back in Zimbabwe, vows to probe protest crackdown

Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa says he will investigate wrongdoing by security forces in the wake of their brutal crackdown on nationwide protests. The president cut short a foreign…

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Greenland’s ice melting rate reaching ‘tipping point’
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Greenland’s ice melting rate reaching ‘tipping point’

Climate change is causing Greenland ice masses to melt faster, losing four times more ice since 2003, a new study says. According to research published on Monday in the Proceedings…

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How hundreds of Syrians found refuge in Ethiopia
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How hundreds of Syrians found refuge in Ethiopia

Addis Ababa – Abdulwahid Mohammed, a young Syrian refugee from Hama, is tending to customers at Damascus, a restaurant jointly owned by Ethiopians and Syrians in Addis Ababa’s…

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UK’s PM May to face another day of Brexit questions
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UK’s PM May to face another day of Brexit questions

Embattled UK Prime Minister Theresa May faces another day of Brexit grilling before legislators on Tuesday with the opposition Labour Party opening the door for a new referendum…

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‘We hardly ever leave’: Life in Lebanon’s border town of Arsal
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‘We hardly ever leave’: Life in Lebanon’s border town of Arsal

Arsal, Lebanon – Ahmed Bareesh, lying in his tent on a thin mattress under a blanket, struggles to sit upright even with his wife’s support.  His crutch that…

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EU’s Sefcovic Says Russia-Ukraine Gas Deal Possible End Of 2019
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EU’s Sefcovic Says Russia-Ukraine Gas Deal Possible End Of 2019

Ukraine and Russia should be able to reach an agreement by the end of 2019 on the transportation of natural gas to the European Union, a top EU…

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