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Group of US women sue 'amateur' porn producer over 'coercion and lies'
US porn makers are being sued for $22m (£17.5m) over allegations that they lied and coerced a group of young women into making “amateur-style” pornographic films....
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Paris on high alert as protesters try to revive gilets jaunes movement
Paris is under high security this weekend as anti-government protesters try to revive the gilets jaunes (yellow vests) movement against perceived econom...
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Family of murdered Maltese journalist raise concerns over public inquiry
The family of Daphne Caruana Galizia, the anti-corruption journalist killed by a car bomb in Malta in October 2017, have raised concerns about the impartiality of indi...
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'I was devastated': the crime victims made to give up their phones
In January 2017, a 30-year-old man reported himself to the Metropolitan police. He informed officers he had been having sex with a minor and had potentially given him ...
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'The men who plundered Europe': bankers on trial for siphoning €60bn
They have been called “the men who plundered Europe”: a group of cowboy traders, seasoned tax lawyers and mathematical whizz kids who are alleged to have cons...
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Across the globe, millions join biggest climate protest ever
Millions of people demonstrated across the world yesterday demanding urgent action to tackle global heating, as they united across timezones and cultures to take part ...
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Downton Abbey, like plantation houses, delivers fantasy over brute reality
The son of a Scottish immigrant who worked as a servant, Donald Trump could hardly wait for his banquet at Buckingham Palace. A seat next to Elizabeth II conferred a s...
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US to deploy more troops to Saudi Arabia after attack on oil industry
The Pentagon on Friday announced it will deploy additional US troops and missile defense equipment to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, as Donald Tr...
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Child deaths double inside six months at Syria's al-Hawl camp
The number of children under five dying in the al-Hawl refugee camp in northern Syria has more than doubled since March, according to data from the International ...
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Fresh Brexit talks row as UK asks EU to keep its proposals secret
Downing Street’s secrecy over its “underwhelming” Brexit proposals has caused a fresh rupture in the negotiations in Brussels.The row centres on a dema...
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