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The China to Europe train was unveiled in Yiwu last November

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Before the Yixin'ou line was opened, goods traded between the EU and China depended on inefficient sea or air transport, meaning higher prices in Europe

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Czech Republic restaurant shooting: Nine dead after gunman opens fire before taking his life

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Russian President Vladimir Putin watches honor guards pass by as they attend a wreath laying ceremony to mark the Defender of the Fatherland Day at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in central Moscow, 23 Feb

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Ukrainians burn effigy of Russian president Vladimir Putin

Anger against Russia's against in Crimea - and their alleged meddling in the civil conflict - remains

Drones were flying over the Eiffel Tower as well as other landmarks in Paris

Drones fly over landmarks in Paris – but authorities in France have no idea why

It is a mystery as to why banned drones were hovering about

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Missing Syria schoolgirls: Turkey slams 'condemnable' British authorities for telling them about runaway teens 'three days too late'

Met Police officers have travelled to Turkey in wake of Kadiza Sultana, 16, Shamima Begum and Amira Abase, both 15, though their roles have not been confirmed

Destroyed Ukrainian army vehicles, missiles and live ammunition litter the road to Artemivsk, outside Debaltseve

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Diplomatic Channels: One aim of violence is to sow distrust; in this it is succeeding in Odessa

Athens’ commercial districts were quiet yesterday, as a possible government split looms

Greek bailout: Government reveals economic reforms – but Syriza dissenters says it has gone back on its election promises already

The proposals – which include cracking down on tax evasion and smuggling – will be considered by eurozone finance ministers tomorrow

The 94-year-old man has been charged with 3,681 counts of accessory to murder on allegations he served in the Nazis' Auschwitz death camp

Auschwitz suspect: 94-year-old man charged with 3,681 counts of accessory to murder over allegations he served as death camp medic

Man is one of 30 former Auschwitz suspects facing charges after a change in German law

The chapel at Bishop van Elst’s residence in Limburg

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Pope Francis removed the “Bishop of Bling” from his post in March 2014 after it was revealed the bishop had spent a least €31m of secret church funds on rebuilding and re-furnishing his residence

Huge sinkhole causes 380 people to be evacuated from Naples neighbourhood in Italy

Around 95 families had to be found emergency accommodation

Turkish men take to Istanbul's streets in skirts to protest death of young woman

Social media campaign has grown into physical protest after murder of 20-year-old Ozgecan Aslan

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