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Justin Trudeau’s ‘Bollywood’ wardrobe amuses Indians

Image copyright Getty Images When it comes to breaking out the traditional Indian outfits, no one is quite as committed as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, says the BBC’s Ayeshea Perera. Justin Trudeau is certainly no stranger to Indian wear – he has regularly worn it during official celebrations of …

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Fear of war looms over Syria neighbours, Iran says

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionMr Araqchi said Iran was working to reduce tension in the Syrian rebel-held area of the Eastern Ghouta Iran’s deputy foreign minister says the situation in its ally Syria is “very complicated” amid growing concern a wider regional war could erupt. “Fear …

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Explosion at US embassy in Montenegro

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Police guard the embassy after the incident There has been an explosion at the US Embassy in Montenegro, the government says. An unknown person threw an explosive device into the embassy compound in the capital Podgorica, before killing himself, it tweeted. It said the device …

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Israel foiled ‘plane terror plot’ in Australia

Image copyright AFP Image caption Israel’s PM Benjamin Netanyahu says his country helped stop “an unimaginable slaughter” Israel helped avert an alleged terror plot in Australia to bring down a plane last year, both nations have confirmed. Last July, Australian police charged two brothers over an alleged plan to blow …

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Syria conflict: Will powers end up in direct war?

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionEastern Ghouta resident: “Missiles are dropping like rain” Like all seemingly endless conflicts, the fighting in Syria long ago splintered into a number of mini wars. The original confrontation between the Syrian government and those trying to bring it down is now …

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What will Brexit mean for Britain’s overseas territories?

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Gibraltar has been under British control for more than 300 years The uncertainties of Brexit spread far beyond the borders of the UK and continental Europe. Decisions made in London and Brussels will have profound consequences for the 250,000 people who live in the …

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