How migrants are exploited in Italy's tomato fields

In Puglia, southern Italy, thousands of migrants live in squalid makeshift camps. They are here to work, but are often exploited by unscrupulous gangmasters.

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How Russia is changing the face of fashion

A modeling agency to some of the world's most renowned labels including YEEZY, Lanvin and Vetements promotes a new and alternative look.

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Sergio Garcia swaps clubs for a football to play FootGolf

Masters champion Sergio Garcia recently tried his hand at the hybrid sport FootGolf.

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French rock star Johnny Hallyday dies at 74

Johnny Hallyday, France's rock 'n' roll icon has died, the French president's office said in a statement on Wednesday.

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Germany's deserted airport of the future

The grand opening of Berlin Brandenburg Airport was set for spring 2012, and the travel world was ready and waiting. And it's still waiting.

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Doping: Russia remains defiant ahead of Winter Olympics ruling

Russia has again vowed to "defend" the interests of its athletes as the IOC prepares to rule on whether to exclude Russia from the 2018 Winter Olympics Tuesday.

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Britain and EU fail to reach Brexit deal despite 'significant progress'

Britain and the European Union failed to reach a highly anticipated Brexit deal on Monday despite "significant progress" on key outstanding issues, both sides announced in Brussels.

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Brexit negotiations inch closer to a deal

Britain and the European Union appeared close to a deal Monday on the future of the Irish border, the complex and historically sensitive issue that emerged as a crucial stumbling block in Brexit&he...

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Goalkeeper scores against AC Milan

Goalkeeper Alberto Brignoli scored an injury-time equalizer against AC Milan to earn his team their first Serie A point in history.

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Four Catalan leaders denied bail

A Spanish judge has ruled the former Vice President of Catalonia and three other senior Catalan pro-independence leaders will remain in jail for their part in October's independence referendum, rul...

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Brexit talks hit Irish border hurdle

Monday is shaping up to be a critical day for Britain's Theresa May, who is set to meet European leaders to hammer out the remaining issues currently preventing Brexit talks moving forward.

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British 'deputy PM' caught up in porn claims

British Prime Minister Theresa May's de facto deputy, Damian Green, has been accused of having "thousands" of thumbnail pornographic images on his work computer.

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