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Russian operative Butina 'wanted to influence society,' sister says  The Russian operative spent years building connections in U.S. political circles and with influential conservative groups.
Berlusconi announces candidacy for European elections due to "sense of responsibility"  Berlusconi announces candidacy for European elections due to "sense of responsibility"
Stock markets mixed in Asia, pound finds some peace  Stock markets mixed in Asia, pound finds some peace
Facebook just took down two disinformation networks linked to Russia  Facebook just took down two large disinformation networks that were linked to Russia. They were operating in Central and Eastern European countries.
What should you eat to stay healthy and save the planet? Euronews Answers  Half as much meat and sugar, twice as much fruit, nuts and vegetables: the planetary diet to help feed the world's population and stave off disease.
Watch live: Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks in wake of failed no-confidence vote  Watch live: Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks in wake of failed no-confidence vote
Apple CEO Tim Cook takes aim at data brokers  In an essay about privacy, Cook said there should be a way for customers to learn about the data that has been gathered about them and a way to delete it.
German researchers make robot to simulate pre-historic creature's movements  Scientists build robot to walk 290-million-year-old footprints
Czechs march in tribute to 1969 student activist's self-immolation  Czechs pay tribute to student who set himself on fire 50 years ago
Three injured as fire breaks out on roof of Lyon university after 'gas bottle explosion'  A university in the French city of Lyon was evacuated on Thursday morning after a large fire broke out on the roof.
American troops killed in Syria blast - claimed by ISIS  Deadly terror attack claims the lives of four Americans. The attack claimed by ISIS - comes a month after President Trump announces the withdrawal of troops from the...
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Colourful, welcoming Santa Fe  This was Foy Vance's first time in Santa Fe, and he was instantly smitten. For him the city had something of the quality of a film set with its pueblo architecture and vast desert setting.
Alleged persecution of gay people in Chechnya  LGBTQ rights groups are reporting fresh persecution of gay people in Chechnya, claiming that two have died and about 40 are currently held in detention.
Live: Rescuing Brexit deal, Greek government, Macron addresses troops  Euronews brings you the latest news and updates as it happens this morning.
Residents come out to show support for family of missing toddler who fell into well  Residents come out to show support for family of missing toddler who fell into well
Center where woman in vegetative state gave birth ordered to hire outside manager  "Several significant concerns" have been raised about the center where a woman in a vegetative state gave birth Dec. 29, the state...
Cardi B calls for 'action' on government shutdown, says, 'I'm scared'  Within two hours of her post about the shutdown, the video had been viewed more than 4 million times.
How the shutdown is jeopardizing housing for rural Americans  The homes, and prospective homes, of hundreds of thousands of families in rural America are being threatened by the Agriculture Department's closure.
Medical marijuana goes on sale in Ohio to the relief of pain patients  Ohio has one of the nation's highest rates of opioid-related overdose deaths. Some experts hope medical marijuana may allay the opioid crisis, but...
Democrats like Pelosi's State of the Union move. Could Trump?  Analysis: The speaker's been on a hot streak, but her decision to put the State of the Union on ice until the shutdown ends is a risky gambit.
March in Belgrade in memory of assassinated Serbian politician  Demonstrators denounce "climate of fear" ahead of visit from Russian President Vladimir Putin
Aliens didn't create this weird swirling disk in a Maine river. Here's what did.  The strange-looking formation measures about 300 feet across and appears to be spinning counterclockwise.
IG report rips gov't for punting on possible Trump emoluments violation tied to his DC hotel  The Constitution prohibits public officials from receiving gifts or things of value from foreign rulers.
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