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Explained: The mystery and quirks of Italy’s presidential election

News Post || Euro News: The news that voting begins today in Italy to choose a new president might not…

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McGowan’s bid to dodge own Covid rules

News Today || Headlines Today West Australian Premier Mark McGowan will seek to give evidence at a defamation trial against…

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US reduces Ukraine embassy presence over fears of Russian invasion

News Post || Euro News: The United States ordered family members of government employees at the country’s embassy in Kyiv…

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Police piece together Margaret River family’s final moments before suspected murder-suicide

News Today || Headlines Today “There’s a lot of giving each other vegetables, cooking each other meals, looking after each…

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Which darling of Thatcherite right is waxing lyrical about Scots parliament?

Today News || UK News Michael Portillo, one-time hammer of devolution and darling of the Thatcherite right, has praised the…

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Armenia’s president resigns over position’s lack of power

News Post || Euro News: Armenian President Armen Sarkissian resigned on Sunday, citing his inability to “influence” the political life…

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Mystery Covid case rocks tourist hotspot

News Today || Headlines Today Western Australia has recorded 13 new local cases of Covid-19 overnight, including one mystery case…

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Mugler, French fashion icon known for sculpted designs, dies

News Post || Euro News: French fashion designer Manfred Thierry Mugler, whose dramatic designs were worn by celebrities like Madonna,…

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London on a plate: Tim Hayward’s go-to restaurants

Today News || UK News This article is part of a guide to London from FT Globetrotter It goes with the job…

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Tom Devine accuses Scottish universities of ‘conspiracy of silence’

Today News || UK News SCOTLAND’S most prominent historian Professor Tom Devine has accused two of the country’s leading universities…

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