Stories By 'Agence France-Presse'
“Youthquake” has been crowned as Oxford Dictionaries’ word of the year 2017, following a five-fold increase in usage.
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India’s Rahul Gandhi on Saturday took over as president of the main opposition Congress, becoming the sixth member of the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty to head the party that has ruled the country for much of its independent history.
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British Prime Minister Theresa May was set to avoid a damaging parliamentary defeat after rebels in her party appeared to strike a compromise over the exact timing of Brexit.
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Jurgen Klopp took issue on Friday with the notion that because Liverpool have drawn their last two games the “dark days are back” in terms of inconsistency.
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The governing body of world football (Fifa) confirmed on Friday that it has written to the Spanish federation (RFEF) warning they could be suspended form the 2018 World Cup because of political interference.
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Christian Benteke ended a 14-match goal drought with a 19th minute header for strugglers Crystal Palace in their Premier League victory at Leicester on Saturday.
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England conceded their bowling flaws were savagely exposed as Steve Smith and Mitchell Marsh’s relentless batting on day three of the third Test in Perth Saturday left the tourists praying for rain to salvage their Ashes hopes.
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Germany and France will offer their joint vision for reforming the eurozone by March, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday, in an effort to bridge divisions over the future of the single currency.
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Some spent years working in Italy. Others dreamed of getting to Europe but never even made it as far as Libya.
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European aircraft manufacturer Airbus announced a major shakeup of top management Friday as it seeks to move on from a corruption probe.
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