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A man in Sweden was refused a permit to burn the Torah following far-right politician Rasmus Paludan's burning of the Quran, which was done under police protection.
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The Swedish foreign ministry has told its citizens to "avoid large gatherings and demonstrations," after far-right politician Rasmus Paludan burnt a Quran in public, sparking international protests.
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Protests are building in the US after footage leaks showing that police beat young black man Tyre Nichols to death.
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Amira Elghawaby will "serve as a champion, advisor, expert and representative" to support and enhance the Canadian government's efforts in the fight against Islamophobia, systemic racism, racial discrimination and religious intolerance.
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Paraguay's former president and current VP have been accused of being involved "in systemic corruption that has undermined democratic institutions in Paraguay," as well as having ties to members of Hezbollah.
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The Indian police's report said the assessment was based on intelligence gathered by local police in the border areas and the pattern of India-China military tensions over the years.
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Bilal al-Sudani, the regional leader for the Islamic State group in Somalia, was killed during a gunfight after US troops descended on a mountainous cave complex in a northern part of the country hoping to capture him.
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The National Cyber Security Centre has warned about the activities of hacking groups SEABORGIUM and TA453, based in Russia and Iran, who have targeted UK NGOs, journalists and politicians.
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Anti-Islam activist Rasmus Paludan's burning of the Quran in Sweden has sparked counter-protests in Turkey, where demonstrators burned his photograph and a Swedish flag.
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European interior ministers deem the rate of 'successful' returns - currently around 21% - as unacceptably low.