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Violent protests in Greece after Romany boy shot by police

About 1,500 people take part in protest march in Thessaloniki with teenager in critical conditionViolent protests have broken out in Greece’s second-largest city over the police shooting of a Romany teenager after he allegedly filled his vehicle at a fuel station and drove off without paying.The 16-year-old boy was being treated at a Thessaloniki hospital where he was in critical condition. The officer who allegedly shot him in the head was arrested and suspended from duty, police in the northern city said. Continue reading...

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"We Know The Full Truth": Prince Harry Reveals In New Trailer Of Docuseries

The six-part docuseries shed light on the couple's love story and their lives in the royal family.

More rail strike dates announced after RMT rebuffs pay offer

Union recommends members reject latest offer and adds 24-27 December strike but drops overtime ban Hopes of a deal to avert severe Christmas rail disruption were dashed on Monday night when the RMT union announced additional strike dates and rebuffed a pay offer from Network Rail just before the industry’s deadline.The union said it would put the offer to members in an electronic referendum this week but recommend that they reject it. It affirmed that two 48-hour strikes that will stop much of the railway next week would go ahead either way. Continue reading...

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Shops Across Iran Shut Amid Protests Demanding Fall Of Rulers

Iranian shops shut their doors in several cities on Monday, following calls for a three-day nationwide general strike from protesters seeking the fall of clerical rulers, with the head of the...

South Africa: ANC says it will block efforts to impeach Cyril Ramaphosa

Ruling party’s decision is a relief for the country’s president after doubts about his political futureSouth Africa’s ruling African National Congress party has said it will block attempts to impeach the country’s president, Cyril Ramaphosa, at a crucial vote in parliament on Tuesday, providing relief to the embattled leader after days of uncertainty about his political future.Ramaphosa launched legal action on Monday to challenge a report handed over last week by an independent panel appointed by parliament that accused him of serious misconduct after the theft from his private game ranch of somewhere between $500,000 (£410,000) and $5m in cash almost three years ago. Continue reading...