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Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood picks presidential candidate

The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt has nominated its candidate for the country's presidential election in May. The Brotherhood chose the party's financier Khairat al-Shater to run for the presidency, despite earlier pledging not to field a candidate in the election. Meanwhile, both liberals and Islamists are worried the party could wield too much power in the country.

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2018-02-19 Europe

What's behind Germany's steep drop in juvenile crime?

One in five prison beds in Germany are empty. The figures from German juvenile offenders' institutions are even more striking: the rate of youth crime fell by half between 2007...

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2018-02-16 Africa

The revival of the Ethiopia-Djibouti railway line

In eastern Africa, you can now reliably take the train from Ethiopia's capital to neighbouring Djibouti. The new railway line - built and paid for by China - went into operation...

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2018-02-15 Europe

Why Italian graduates are choosing life on the farm

Italy's youth is breathing new life into the country's rural areas. In the past two years, the number of young graduates - often from urban centres - starting up their businesses...

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2018-02-14 Middle East

Iraq's Tikrit still in ruins, three years after liberation from IS group

As a donor conference aimed at raising funds to rebuild Iraq wraps up in Kuwait, we look at the reality for those living in the bombed-out cities. Baghdad is looking for $88...

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2018-02-13 Middle East

Israeli PM Netanyahu's mounting legal troubles

Every Saturday night for the past few months, hundreds of Israelis have demonstrated near the home of the attorney general, protesting over how long it's taking to investigate...

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