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Germany's Bundestag agreed to new gun control regulations, including a measure that would have everyone who owns a firearm regularly checked by the country's domestic intelligence agency.

A former ally of Algeria's deposed leader Abdelaziz Bouteflika was elected president of the protest-wracked country in a widely boycotted vote, sparking anger on the streets of the capital Algiers.

Turkey's Foreign Ministry summoned the US ambassador to Ankara, a day after US lawmakers passed a resolution recognizing the mass killings of up to 1.5 million Armenians during World War I as genocide.

A nude portrait of Mexican revolutionary Emiliano Zapata riding a horse wearing high heels is causing an uproar in the country.

The White House has called the impeachment process a "desperate charade."

The passing of a new citizenship law has sparked fatal clashes between police and protesters in India. The UN human rights office has labelled the bill "fundamentally discriminatory in nature" towards Muslims.

Moscow has outlawed Jehovah's Witnesses, the fringe Christian group, saying they are dangerous extremists.

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"This is not about asking Prime Minister Boris Johnson or any other Westminster politician for permission. It is an assertion of the democratic right of the people of Scotland to determine their own future."

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"I feel objectified. I feel like a piece of land that Indians were waiting to buy." Kashmiri women say they're being harassed and sexually abused in Indian-administered Kashmir. Here are their stories.

Two German citizens have been detained in Hong Kong amid protests and are receiving consular support.

A five-year-old boy who had not received the measles vaccine went on holiday to Costa Rica with his parents. The country had been measles free for five years before his arrival.

For Iraqi women like this model and Instagrammer, daring to be visible in a conservative country can be a death sentence.

The High Court in Hong Kong ruled that a controversial ongoing ban on face masks was unconstitutional. The ban was aimed at pro-democracy protesters trying to hide their identity.

Police dogs in Ecuador received their last salutes before going into retirement. Good job! 🐶

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"Erm, I'm not Madame Macron, I'm ... the chancellor of Germany" ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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