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Live updates: Brexit deal in the balance

CNN / World

Theresa May vows to fight on as UK Prime Minister in the face of intense opposition to her troubled Brexit deal, cabinet resignations and the possibility of vote of no-confidence. Get the latest updates here.

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Scientists: Giant impact crater found under glacier

CNN / World

A team of international researchers has verified the discovery of the first meteorite impact crater ever found deep beneath the Greenland ice sheet.

Thursday, Nov 15

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Theresa May hit by bombshell resignations over Brexit deal

CNN / World

UK Prime Minister Theresa May was plunged into a deep political crisis on Thursday as she was hit by a wave of resignations over her Brexit plan.

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Search for $98 million EuroMillions winner intensifies

CNN / Europe

EuroMillions bosses are hunting for the mystery winner of a jackpot worth nearly $98 million after pinpointing the region where the winning ticket was bought.

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Channel Islanders could be left in the dark after electricity supplier threatens to cut power

CNN / World

Residents on the remote Channel Island of Sark face being left without power after the sole electricity supplier threatened to cut off its supply in the wake of a dispute with the island's government over pricing.

Why women are tweeting underwear pics

CNN / Europe

Women around the world are posting pictures of their underwear on Twitter after a 27-year-old man was acquitted in a rape trial in Ireland during which a teenager's thong was used as evidence.

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Brexit takes leap forward as Theresa May secures Cabinet support

CNN / World

Britain has concluded a Brexit deal with the European Union. Now, amid a growing clamor of dissent, Theresa May must sell it to her own side.

Tuesday, Nov 13

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Former Nazi concentration camp guard testifies in court

CNN / World

In 1942, Johann Rehbogen was a teenage SS guard stationed at the Stutthof concentration camp in Poland. In court on Tuesday, the 94-year-old denied knowing the extent of the atrocities committed there.

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Women-only professorships unveiled to help close gender gap

CNN / World

Ireland has announced a new plan to combat gender inequality in higher education by creating women-only professor positions across its universities and technology institutes.

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UK PM: Brexit deal 'immensely difficult'

CNN / World

UK Prime Minister Theresa May declared Brexit negotiations were "in the endgame" Monday night, but warned that clinching a deal was "immensely difficult."

Monday, Nov 12

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White House: Trump discussed key issues with Putin, Macron and Merkel

CNN / Europe

President Donald Trump discussed several key issues with Russian President Vladimir Putin, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel during a lunch at Élysée Palace, according to White House press secretary Sarah…

Sunday, Nov 11

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UK PM: Russian intelligence capability degraded for years to come

CNN / Europe

UK Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday lauded Europe's response to Russia's "reckless" use of chemical weapons.

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A century after guns fell silent, leaders gather to remember those who lost their lives

CNN / World

Solemn ceremonies took place around the world Sunday to mark 100 years to the day since the Armistice that saw the end of World War I.

Saturday, Nov 10

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A toxic legacy of WWI

CNN / World

The guns of World War I fell silent 100 years ago here, but a quiet battle still smolders on in this forest. Roots of trees and arms of ivy grapple with the legacy of four years of war, fighting to reclaim the landscape from the scars of a…

Friday, Nov 9

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France grounds Ryanair plane with 149 on board over long-running subsidies dispute

CNN / World

A Ryanair airplane was grounded by French authorities Thursday in a long-running row over subsidies, delaying passengers by up to five hours.

Merkel slams resurgence of anti-Semitism, 80 years after Kristallnacht

CNN / World

The Chancellor condemned a "worrying" resurgence of anti-Semitism in Germany during a speech marking 80 years since the 1938 rampage of state-sponsored violence by the Nazi regime against Jewish communities.

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Taliban representatives in Moscow signal Russia's rising diplomatic clout

CNN / Europe

Representatives of the Taliban took a seat at a conference table in Moscow on Friday alongside members of Afghanistan's High Peace Council, in a forum the Russian Foreign Ministry has billed as an unprecedented event.

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Why Poland's independence day is marred

CNN / Europe

Poland marks 100 years of independence on Sunday, at the same time as the centenary of the armistice that ended World War I is commemorated around Europe.

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France hit by 69% rise in anti-Semitic acts

CNN / Europe

Anti-Semitic acts in France increased by 69% in the first nine months of 2018, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said Friday.

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Why Germany didn't mark WWI centenary

CNN / World

When the clock strikes 11 on Sunday it will mark 100 years since World War I ended. For Germany, the landmark date has raised difficult questions about how the country remembers its wartime past.

Thursday, Nov 8

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Croatian man breaks leg vandalizing anti-fascist statue

CNN / World

Vandalizing statues can land you with a fine and even jail time. When a man brought down the bust of a famed anti-fascist resistance leader in Split, Croatia, retribution came in the form of a broken leg.

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Will.i.am's augmented reality revolution

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Will.i.am wears a lot of hats: Grammy Award-winning musician; co-founder of the Black Eyed Peas; a judge on TV's "The Voice;" headphones entrepreneur.

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69-year-old man's legal bid to be 20 years younger

CNN / World

Lying about your age on dating websites is usually considered a bit of a faux pas. Now a 69-year-old Dutchman wants the courts to make him officially 20 years younger, likening the change to identifying as transgender.

France says it won't honor Pétain after Macron comes under fire

CNN / World

The French government has backed down over apparent plans to pay tribute to Marshal Philippe Pétain -- who collaborated with the Nazis in the deportation of Jews from France during World War II -- as part of commemorations to mark the…

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French Bishops launch 'independent' commission on sex abuse in Catholic Church

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French bishops have announced plans to establish an "independent" commission to look into the sexual abuse of minors within the Catholic Church dating back as far as 1950.

Wednesday, Nov 7

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Flight crew fired over 'fake' sleeping photo

CNN / World

Ryanair says it has sacked six employees for allegedly staging a photo of themselves sleeping on the floor at Malaga Airport in Spain in October.

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Six arrested in France over suspected far-right plot to attack Macron

CNN / Europe

Six people linked to the far-right were arrested in France on Tuesday as part of an investigation into a suspected plot to attack President Emmanuel Macron, officials told CNN Tuesday.

Tuesday, Nov 6

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At least three dead after buildings collapse in Marseille

CNN / World

Three bodies have been pulled out of the rubble of several buildings that collapsed on Monday in the French city of Marseille, according to fire officials.

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Five arrested over 'appalling' Grenfell fire video

CNN / Europe

Five men have been arrested after a video was posted online of a burning cardboard model of Grenfell Tower, the West London apartment building where 72 people died last year.

Monday, Nov 5

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9 people from 2 families killed in Sicily flooding as Italy death toll rises to 29

CNN / World

Twelve people have been confirmed dead after severe flooding in Sicily, Italy, on Sunday, bringing the nationwide death toll from a week of extreme weather to 29.