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Thousands of people in Lisbon protested on Saturday, at the government's poor and uncoordinated response to the summer fires that have killed over 100 people this year. Banners included messages incl
The STA English Service will liveblog the presidential election on Sunday. The blog will start at 6:40 PM and will be available on the English Service landing page.
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Speaking with MSNBC host Joy Reid, Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL) fired back at President Donald Trump’s chief of staff, saying the former general is nothing more than a “puppet” for h
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The 15,000-square-metre hypermarket will serve as the mall’s anchor store
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A new study mapping the underground networks that connect volcanoes has revealed the cause of the vents which relentlessly spew mud that engulfs villages on the Indonesian island of Jav
New car registrations increased in Romania in the first nine months of the year by almost 16%, to 78,769 units, compared to the same period in 2016, but the number of used car registrations was some
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