World’s biggest paper-cutting
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World’s biggest paper-cutting

The world’s biggest paper-cut artwork is on exhibition in Malaysia. The paper-cutiing, about 26 meters…

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Israel blasts UN report accusing it of war crimes in Gaza
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Israel blasts UN report accusing it of war crimes in Gaza

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has slammed findings by a UN report, which found evidence…

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Greeks  protest  against  Grexit,  as  euro  zone  leaders  hold  crucial  summit  
on  debt  deal
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Greeks protest against Grexit, as euro zone leaders hold crucial summit on debt deal

People in Greece returned to the streets of Athens to support the country’s stay in…

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Japan’s security legislation debate
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Japan’s security legislation debate

Chief of the Japanese Communist Party Kazuo Shii has accused Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s…

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Korean detainees sentenced to life imprisonment in DPRK
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Korean detainees sentenced to life imprisonment in DPRK

Two South Koreans accused by the DPRK of spying for the South Korean intelligence services…

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Six migrants drown in Aegean Sea
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Six migrants drown in Aegean Sea

Local media reports in Turkey say at least six migrants drowned on Tuesday morning after…

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85 militants including Taliban key commander killed in N. Afghanistan
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85 militants including Taliban key commander killed in N. Afghanistan

85 Taliban insurgents have been killed in Afghanistan, as Afghan forces launched an offensive against…

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Mexican nursing home fire kills 16
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Mexican nursing home fire kills 16

A fire that engulfed a nursing home in northern Mexico on Tuesday has left at…

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Mexicans to marvel at Michelangelo and Da Vinci works
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Mexicans to marvel at Michelangelo and Da Vinci works

A selection of 74 works by Michelangelo Buonarroti and Leonardo Da Vinci as well as…

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“Consolidation and Cultural Exchange during the Han Dynasty” opens in HK
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“Consolidation and Cultural Exchange during the Han Dynasty” opens in HK

This year marks the 60th anniversary of discovery of the Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb…

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