US concerns over EU defence pact cloud NATO talks
A selection of pictures from AFP's Shah Marai, killed in Kabul
Armenia opposition leader Pashinyan says 'ready to lead' country
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A gleaming monument to the ambition and creativity of its age, the word's largest Victorian glasshouse is nearly ready to once again welcome visitors to see some of the world's rarest plants following a £41 million facelift. Workers are putting the finishing touches to Kew Gardens' Temperate House ahead of its reopening in May.
Government contractors left destitute.
The Opening Ceremony of the Africa Development Bank 2018 Annual Meeting
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UK: Three Lions train as Kane takes World Cup armband
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Iran holds 2nd day of military drills
Bulgarian President Blames Putin: Russia Stopped Projects in Bulgaria Because of EU & NATO
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