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20.03.2017 | 17:15 UTC
FBI confirms it's investigating links between Russia, Trump campaign
The director of the FBI has confirmed for the first time that the bureau is investigating Russian efforts to interfere in last year's US election. He also shot down President Donald Trump's wiretapping allegations.
Trump: Obama tapped my phone
FBI confirms investigation of Russian interference in US election
'No evidence' Trump's team colluded with Russia
Congress awaits FBI, NSA testimony on Russia-Trump links
US lawmakers push for briefing on former Trump adviser's ties to Russia
US Senate to launch investigation into Russian ties to US elections
US Senate begins confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Gorsuch
The Senate has begun the process of confirming Neil Gorsuch to the nation's top court. His record on protecting workers and his strict interpretation on the constitution were immediately under fire from Democrats.
Supreme Court pick Gorsuch laments Trump court criticism
US President Trump names Neil Gorsuch as Supreme Court nominee
As Trump Supreme Court pick nears, political agendas are at stake
Oklahoma bill would force women to get men's permission for abortion
Freak accident at Ghana waterfall kills several students
At least 18 people - mostly students- have died after a large tree fell into a pool at Ghana's Kintampo Waterfall. The unusual accident occurred right after a rainstorm in the region.
Protecting Ghana's tropical forest
Germany supports e-waste disposal in Ghana
Ghanaian women reject male midwives
What you need to know about the refugee crisis in the Mediterranean Sea
Over the weekend, the Italian coastguard rescued around 3,000 migrants off the coast of Libya. Here's a summary of the latest data on refugees and how the crisis is shaping up in the Mediterranean.
What if the EU-Turkey migrant deal collapses?
EU lauds Turkey deal one year on, but activists remain highly critical
Dunkirk refugee camp is the stuff of nightmares
Iran lauded by UN for hosting refugees
German right-wing Identitarians 'becoming radicalized'
The right-wing "Identitarian Movement" is becoming more active and more radical, according to the head of German domestic intelligence. The Identitarians themselves don't even call themselves far-right, just "patriotic."
Legitimization or confrontation: Struggles over debate with right-wing activist
Why right-wing populism is a threat to Europe
Opinion: Election-year AfD weighs Höcke and Holocaust
Doctor fights female feticide by delivering baby girls for free
In a bid to curb killings of baby girls in India, one doctor has started a unique initiative: He waives his fee if a girl is born in his hospital. But tackling deeply entrenched mindsets that favor boys is a challenge.
Indian doctor fights to save baby girls
Indian police investigate after 19 female fetuses found in plastic bags near clinic
Grandmothers' school shines light on India's struggle against female illiteracy
Comic-book superheroine to spotlight India's acid-attack menace
Africa's new sovereign debt crisis
Mozambique is the first major African nation in recent times to become unable to meet obligations to international creditors. A decade after the last major debt write-down, African states are again in difficulties.
The real cause of Mozambique's huge debt
Calls for partial debt relief for Mozambique
Africa and the price of oil
Mozambique: Peace deal?
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