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German justice minister asks Facebook to delete racist posts
Germany's justice minister says he wants Facebook to delete racist content faster amid a surge in anti-migrant pages and comments on the social networking site.
Storm destroys homes, leaves 6 missing
Tropical Storm Erika has brought severe flooding today to the tiny island of Dominica in the eastern Caribbean. And authorities are searching for six people who've been reported missing.
Banderas swaps film for fashion with college stint
Antonio Banderas has swapped film for fashion, at least temporarily.
Blanchett to be honored at London Film Festival
Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett will receive a major career honor at this year's London Film festival, where two of her latest films are screening.
Air guitarists duke it out at Finland world championships
Who can play wildest on an instrument no one can see? A record 30 air guitarists from a dozen countries are jamming on a stage in northern Finland to answer just that question.
Ukraine reaches debt relief deal with creditors
Ukraine has reached a crucial deal with its international bondholders that will help prop up its government finances and keep the struggling country from defaulting on its debt.
Egypt replaces EgyptAir chairman after heavy losses
Egypt's civil aviation minister says he is replacing EgyptAir's chairman in a bid to return the company to profitability, after it accumulated over a billion dollars in losses since the 2011 uprising that toppled longtime autocrat Hosni Mubarak.
London Underground delays plans for 24-hour subway service
London Underground has delayed plans to start a 24-hour subway service on weekends, allowing more time for talks with unions demanding better pay and conditions.
Spain officials dismiss 'gag-law' fine for woman over photo
Authorities say a woman who posted a photograph on social media of a police car parked in a disabled parking space did not break the much-criticized new Public Security Law — known as the "gag law" — and will not be fined.
Greece a step closer to formal announcement of election date
Greece comes one step closer to early elections as the head of a new breakaway left-wing party returns his mandate to form a government to the country's president after having failed to find willing coalition partners.
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