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As Trump Saber-Rattles, Most of World Vows to Push Total Nuke Ban in New Year
'We're banning nukes in 2017,' says campaigners. 'With or without them!'
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Anti-Euro Populists Embolded by Italy Vote—But Should They Be?
"Italy's no vote does not fit quite so neatly into the narrative of a populist revolt against globalization and elites"
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European Far-Right Dealt Blow in Austrian Presidential Election
Alexander Van der Bellen, Austria's next president, said his campaign was 'about values: freedom, equality, and solidarity'
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A refugee is rescued Monday by a member of Proactiva Open Arms, a Spanish aid group. News
Over 10,000 Refugees Rescued in 48 Hours During Deadly Mediterranean Crossing
Amnesty International accuses most countries of shirking their responsibilities in midst of global humanitarian crisis
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Growing Opposition Forces EU into 'Humiliating Climbdown' on CETA
Corporate-friendly trade deals on the ropes in wake of Brexit vote
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As Spain Votes, Can Podemos Shine Light Amid Brexit Blackness?
Anti-austerity coalition is expected to make gains, but it is unclear if they will be able to form majority government
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Louvre Shuts Doors as Paris Gripped by Historic Flooding
Flooding also sweeping through Germany and Austria as Texas battles its own rising waters
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What's the 'Goodest' Country? Hint: It's Not the US
A 'good country,' according to the index, is one 'that contributes to the greater good of humanity.'
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The Bailouts Were for the Banks: Study Confirms Rescue Loans Didn't Serve Greeks
'The only reason why they effected this so-called bailout of Greece was to save their own banks and to present this as solidarity with Greece'
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'Shameful Day': Critics Protest as Europe Begins Bartering of Human Beings
Under heavily guarded escort, including riot police and helicopters, roughly 200 migrants were loaded on boats and shipped back to Turkey on Monday
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