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    The leaders of four major global cities say they will stop the use of all diesel powered cars and trucks by the middle of the next decade. The mayors of Paris, Mexico City, Madrid and Athens say they are implementing the ban to improve air quality.
  • Germany invites the Netherlands to G20 summit - DutchNews.nl

    German chancellor Angela Merkel has invited the Netherlands to attend next year's G20 meetings, the Telegraaf said on Friday. The main summit takes place in Hamburg on July 7 and 8. Germany took over as chairman of the G20 group of industrial countries on Thursday.
  • Dutch cabinet agrees to fund research into violence in Indonesia - DutchNews.nl

    The Dutch government has agreed to finance a major investigation into the structural use of violence during the end of Dutch rule in its former colonies in Indonesia. Ministers agreed on Friday to fund the project after new research indicated that extreme violence, including torture and executions, were normal during the colonial wars, which ran from 1945 to 1949.
  • In pictures: Living near the Arctic Circle - BBC News

    Three years ago, the residents of Galena, in Alaska, were forced to abandon their homes when the Yukon River flooded the town. The Alaska Air National Guard and the National Army Guard evacuated around 300 residents from the surrounding area, many of whom eventually returned to find their homes no longer suitable for habitation.
  • Singer Dolly Parton sets up fund for Tennessee fires victims - BBC News

    Country music legend Dolly Parton has announced she will donate $1,000 (£797) a month to families affected by the devastating wildfires in Tennessee. The singer said she would provide help "until they get back up on their feet". "I've always believed that charity begins at home," Parton said in a video statement.
  • Thai Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn to be anointed king - BBC News

    Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn is set to be anointed as the new king of Thailand, 50 days after the death of his father, King Bhumibol Adulyadej. The head of the National Legislative assembly is expected to publicly announce the prince's acceptance of the throne later on Thursday.
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  • Muscle-building breakfasts

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  • The colossal African solar farm that could power Europe

    The minibus crosses the vast plateau on a newly paved road. Cracked fields stretch away towards the Moroccan desert to the south. Yet the barren landscape is no longer quite as desolate as it once was. This year it became home to one of the world's biggest solar power plants.
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  • Why go with a Wireless Security System?

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    On a recent Sunday morning, Adeeb Jawad Joudeh Al Husseini was sitting on a bench just inside the sole public entrance to Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The doorway to the sprawling church, founded in the 4th Century, is where the 53-year-old Muslim has spent much of his life.
  • Fidel Castro: A life in pictures - BBC News

    Images from the life of Fidel Castro, the revolutionary who seized power in Cuba and held it for nearly 50 years.
  • The Netherlands is about to become 10 hectares bigger - DutchNews.nl

    The Netherlands and Belgium will today sign a formal treaty swapping pieces of land along their border at the Maas river. The signing ceremony is taking place during an official three day visit to the Netherlands by Belgium's king Filip and queen Mathilde.
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  • Fidel Castro: Dodging exploding seashells, poison pens and ex-lovers - BBC News

    From the section Latin America & Caribbean The exploding cigar plot to assassinate Fidel Castro is well known - but what about the other reported 637 plots against his life? The outlandish projects included exploding seashells, a poisoned diving suit and poison pills hidden in face cream, according to a former bodyguard who wrote a book on the subject and a TV documentary.
  • Trump attacks Clinton over Wisconsin vote recount - BBC News

    US President-elect Donald Trump has attacked Hillary Clinton over her campaign's support for a recount of votes in the state of Wisconsin. Mr Trump reminded his Democratic rival that she had already conceded, and published remarks from the presidential debates in which she had urged an acceptance of the poll results.
  • Fidel Castro death: Cuban dissidents call off weekly march - BBC News

    From the section Latin America & Caribbean Cuba's most prominent dissident group has called off its traditional protest for the first time in 13 years following the death of the country's revolutionary leader Fidel Castro. The Ladies in White say the decision is to avoid tensions.
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  • Leiden's Mexican skull is a fake, probably decorated by a dentist - DutchNews.nl

    One of the highlights of the National Museum of Ethnology in Leiden has turned out to be a fake, Dutch media reported on Friday. A Mexican mosaic-covered skull, bought in 1963 for $20,000, was made in the last century, possibly by a local dentist and is not hundreds of years old as previously thought.
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  • Case allows Employees to run amok on Social Media

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