Dutch council forces playground to close over noise complaints

More than 4,000 signal petition to overturn decision, which aimed to appease neighbours A national debate has been provoked in the Netherlands after the human rights council succession a primary school playground to be shut for being too noisy. Questions…

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Adidas loses three-stripe trademark battle in European court

Logo first cross-file on a football boot in 1949 was not unique enough, says court Adidas has been unsuccessful in an attempt to expand its trademark three-stripe design in the EU after national courts governed it was not ” peculiar…

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‘Mistakes’ may have been made during arrest of journalist, Kremlin says

Moscow compiles remarks after Russian papers call for inquiry into bag of Ivan Golunov The Kremlin has admitted that corrects may have been made by police during the arrest of investigate reporter Ivan Golunov on contentious drug-dealing prices, as calls…

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Brexit effect forces women to go to Netherlands for abortions

Charity says visa procrastinates realizing it harder for immigrant women in Ireland to travel to UK A pro-choice charity that for decades has helped thousands of Irish maids access abortions in England is sending foreign nationals to the Netherlands due…

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Taron Egerton speaks out against Rocketman scene cuts in Russia

Actor who stellars in Elton John biopic says he is crestfallen at removal of gay scenes Taron Egerton, the whiz of the Elton John biopic, Rocketman, has said he is horrified that homosexual vistums ought to have trimmed from the…

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Our glorious past is what we remember. The brutality behind it weve forgotten | Gary Younge

We have wilful amnesia about the reprehensible events of our recent history, says Guardian editor Gary Younge Immediately after the second world war, German people were required to watch programmes about the frights of the internment camp before they could…

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Facebook still a great place to amplify pre-election junk news, EU study finds

A study carried out by academics at Oxford University to investigate how junk news is being shared on social media in Europe ahead of regional elections this month has found individual floors shared on Facebook’s platform can still tremendously outperform…

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Eurovision: Madonna mixes politics with a classic hit during performance

( CNN) Madonna’s hugely forecasted recital during the Eurovision Song Contest in Israel gleaned plaudits from the crowd but invoked eyebrows among the show’s onlookers, as the pop legend mixed new information with a hugely popular classic and a noticeable…

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Netherlands wins controversial Eurovision Song Contest as the UK drops to the bottom

( CNN) The Netherlands gloried at a contentious Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv, Israel, making dwelling the entitle in a kitsch competition that received itself dancing around an uncomfortably political spotlight.

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Harry and Meghan share behind-the-scenes pictures of wedding

London( CNN) The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shared behind-the-scenes personas from their big daytime at Windsor Castle as they fete their first bridal anniversary. Happy one year anniversary to Their Royal Highnesses, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex!…

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