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Border protests as Palestinians mark 71 years of displacement 15 May 1:09pm Border protests as Palestinians mark 71 years of displacement
Tear gas fired by Israel Defence Forces (IDF) soldiers arcs down on to the protesters to stop them from getting too close to the fence.
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We must ditch red meat to save planet, top scientist warns 15 May 11:22am We must ditch red meat to save planet, top scientist warns
People need to give up red meat to prevent catastrophic damage to the planet's climate, a former government chief scientist has told Sky News.
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Girl kills herself after Instagram poll to decide between life or death 15 May 8:36am Girl kills herself after Instagram poll to decide between life or death
Authorities in Malaysia have launched an investigation after a teenage girl was found to have taken her own life after starting an Instagram poll asking users to vote for life or death. 
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Ferrari worth £1.7m stolen during test drive by man posing as buyer 15 May 7:52am Ferrari worth £1.7m stolen during test drive by man posing as buyer
German police are looking for a man who stole a rare 1980s Ferrari during a test drive, leaving the seller by the roadside.
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Coca Cola heir granted $300,000 bail after drugs arrest 15 May 7:19am Coca Cola heir granted $300,000 bail after drugs arrest
The heir to a Coca Cola fortune has been granted bail in the Caribbean after being arrested last week on drugs charges.
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Fury as biscuit heir downplays forced labour under Nazis 15 May 5:54am Fury as biscuit heir downplays forced labour under Nazis
The heir to the German company behind Leibniz biscuits has been criticised after apparently downplaying the suffering of people forced to work at the family business under Nazi rule.
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Sherpa climbs Mount Everest for a record 23rd time 15 May 5:02am Sherpa climbs Mount Everest for a record 23rd time
Sherpa Kami Rita has broken his own record for the most successful climbs of the world's highest peak.
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US embassy in Iraq orders staff to leave country 15 May 4:26am US embassy in Iraq orders staff to leave country
The US embassy in Iraq says the state department has ordered all non-emergency government staff to leave the country immediately.
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Ban on rape victims having abortions passed in Alabama 15 May 2:42am Ban on rape victims having abortions passed in Alabama
Alabama's Republican-controlled state senate has passed a bill to outlaw abortion - challenging a landmark US Supreme Court ruling that legalised abortion across the country in the 1970s.
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Police banned from using facial recognition software in city 15 May 12:13am Police banned from using facial recognition software in city
San Francisco has become the first US city to ban police and other public departments from using facial recognition software.
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