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French candidate Fillon faces questions over wife's work

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Yahoo News PARIS (AP) — French presidential hopeful Francois Fillon's so far smooth campaign hit its first hurdle Wednesday after claims emerged that his wife was paid about 500,000 euros (more than $535,000) with parliamentary funds.

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Chelsea yang Semakin Mengerikan

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Chelsea vs Everton, Prediksi Chelsea vs Everton Chelsea yang Semakin Mengerikan VIVA.co.id – Di pekan ke-11 Premier League musim ini, Chelsea tampil trengginas. Skuat asuhan Antonio Conte membuat lawan-lawannya makin waspada setelah menang telak

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Dog's dinner: DNA clue to how dogs became our friends

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Dog's dinner: DNA clue to how dogs became our friends "As it was absent in samples coming from hunter-gatherers' contexts, we linked it to the development of agriculture in early farming society," Dr Ollivier told BBC News. "This probably

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Corbyn's three-line whip on Article 50 is the least-worst option

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Corbyn's three-line whip on Article 50 is the least-worst option

Corbyn's three-line whip on Article 50 is the least-worst option

One of the great ironies of Brexit is that while the European question deeply divided the Conservatives for a generation, it is Labour that is now facing the toughest questions. This has been brought into sharp relief in recent days, particularly with ...


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