Thousands flee as Vanuatu volcano verges on eruption  [LINK]
Up to 70 percent of people on South Pacific islands moved to emergency shelters as Monaro becomes increasingly active. [Read More]
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Emmanuel Macron wants reforms for post-Brexit EU  [LINK]
French leader calls Europe 'too weak, too slow, too inefficient' in speech unveiling proposals for post-Brexit shake-up. [Read More]
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Erdogan: Kurdish vote risks 'ethnic and sectarian war'  [LINK]
Turkish leader threatens to impose sanctions, a day after semi-autonomous Iraqi region holds controversial referendum. [Read More]
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Angola swears in Joao Lourenco as president  [LINK]
Former defence minister takes over from Jose Eduardo dos Santos, who ruled the oil-rich nation for 38 years. [Read More]
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NewsGrid - Al Jazeera's interactive news hour  [LINK]
Live every day at 15:00 GMT, our interactive news bulletin gives you the opportunity to engage with our team directly. [Read More]
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HRW: Saudi Arabia hate speech still targets minorities  [LINK]
Some state scholars continue to stoke discrimination against minorities despite reform efforts, according to HRW report. [Read More]
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Who are Germany's far-right AfD?  [LINK]
Alternative for Germany looks set to become the first far right nationalist party to enter parliament since WWII. [Read More]
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Three Israelis shot dead in West Bank settlement  [LINK]
Palestinian gunman reportedly opened fire on Israelis in settlement of Har Adar near Jerusalem, killing three. [Read More]
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Iraq refuses talks with Kurds about referendum results  [LINK]
PM Abadi says Baghdad will not discuss results of Kurdish independence referendum, calling it 'unconstitutional'. [Read More]
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Opera Star DAVID SERERO will perform for the Festival of Morocco “Gate of Africa” on the Freedom Plaza in Washington D.C on October 1st  [LINK]
Opera Star DAVID SERERO will perform an Open-Air concert for the Festival of Morocco “Gate of Africa” on the Freedom Plaza in Washington D.C on October 1st.Opera Star David Serero will perform a concert during the Festival of Morocco “Gate of Africa” in Washington D.C on Octo... [Read More]
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Russia blames US policy for Valery Asapov's death  [LINK]
Officer's killing by ISIL blamed on 'two-faced policy' while report on Russian air strike on US-backed force is denied. [Read More]
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Pyongyang: All options on the table for leadership  [LINK]
Ri Yong-ho, foreign minister, says 'declaration of war' means all options will be on the table for country's leadership. [Read More]
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Erdogan warns of armed action over Iraqi Kurdistan vote  [LINK]
Saying that the Turkish military stands ready, president threatens to cut the Kurds' oil exports through his country. [Read More]
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Milo Yiannopoulos' security cost UC Berkeley $800,000  [LINK]
US university grappling with budget cuts and layoffs spends sum on security for far-right speaker's 15-minute rally. [Read More]
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North Korea tensions: All the latest updates  [LINK]
Here are all the latest developments since the UN imposed sanctions on North Korea on August 4. [Read More]
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Take a knee for justice: Protest white power!  [LINK]
When you mix US sports, capitalism, white supremacy and black protest together, you are headed for nuclear social reset. [Read More]
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Mongolia: The nomads risking it all  [LINK]
Mongolian herders shift their entire lives across frozen rivers and through 2,000 metre-high mountain passes. [Read More]
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Iraqi Kurds vote in independence referendum  [LINK]
Millions of Kurds expected to vote for independence in northern Iraq, amid international opposition against poll. [Read More]
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Rohingya crisis: A month of misery in Myanmar's Rakhine  [LINK]
Monday marks one month since recent crisis began in Rakhine forcing 430,000 people to flee their homes to Bangladesh. [Read More]
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