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The US white working class fights back.
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Trump's running mate was the clear winner overall, if style counts for more than substance.
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Old folks dancing, a toy monkey and thirty Swiss francs a day. I never want to come home again.
The high proportion of non-voters in the referendum reflects a long history of political distrust.
Grutas Park, in Lithuania, is one of the world's strangest tourist attractions. But it also forces us to ask: how should we commemorate genocide?
It was the only bank this summer to fail a European stress test, requiring emergency recapitalisation. What next for Siena's "critical lung”?
Donald Trump's beauty queen shaming reminds me why I'm supporting the former secretary of state.
There is now little doubt that Moscow is responsible for handing over the missile to its separatist proxies in eastern Ukraine.
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