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The protesters want the monarchy reformed to make it more accountable.
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Franco-British duo walk from Marseille to Paris collecting thousands of discarded face masks
One is called "the English snail", the other "the Marseille boar".
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Locals in Rome can now get a COVID-19 test at pharmacies
Staring this week local pharmacies are allowed to perform antigenic swabs or, alternatively, serological tests for a fixed cost of €22 to anyone who wants one.
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Fibreglass shark linked to Jaws movie is installed at new musuem
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'Shocking': Police criticised over dismantling of Paris migrant camp
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Brussels decorates its Christmas tree as famous Paris avenue is lit up
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Police use drones to monitor overcrowding at reopened Madrid flea market
The ancient and emblematic Rastro market opened its doors again on Sunday after an eight-month coronavirus-related shutdown.
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Thousands protest in Taipei over US pork imports
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Flames rip through Guatemala's Congress as street battles rage
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Saudi acrobatic planes perform flyover to mark start of G20 summit
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Kabul attack: Several killed in rocket attacks on residential areas in Afghan capital
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Hondurans return to their homes ravaged by severe flooding
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Ice storms in Russia's far east prompts state of emergency
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Around 150 London black cabs are being stored in a field outside the UK capital because of a lack of demand for rides amid the latest lockdown.
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Thousands protest in Berlin over coronavirus restrictions
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China has the world's tallest outdoor lift
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