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North Korea's "successful" test of a hydrogen bomb draws international condemnation. An eyewitness to the New Year's eve sexual assaults in Cologne. Stories of starvation from besieged Syrian towns.
(Photo: National Flag of North Korea. Credit: Public Domain)
There's been widespread condemnation of North Korea's claim to have carried out its first hydrogen bomb test, but experts have expressed scepticism about the claims; The German city of Cologne is still in shock after reports of mass sexual assaults on New Year's Eve; The French composer and conductor Pierre Boulez dies at the age of ninety.
(Photo: The North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. Credit: AFP.YONHAP/AFP/Getty Images)
Lieutenant Governor of Texas on gun control in US; Cologne sex attacks; Lloyd Webber remembers Robert Stigwood.
(Photo: President Barack Obama wipes away tears from his eyes as he speaks on US gun control in the White House. Credit: AP)
A diplomatic row is brewing between Britain and China over the disappearance of a bookseller in Hong Kong; American singer and political activist Harry Belafonte on the Black Lives Matter movement and President Obama; flirting on live television: Jamaican cricketer Chris Gayle causes a social media storm in Australia.
How does the US balance its relationship with Iran and Saudi Arabia? British jihadi IS video; Zinedine Zidane to run Real Madrid
Row over Saudi execution of Shia cleric spreads; Sweden steps up identity checks on its border with Denmark; four new elements added to the periodic table.
Picture shows Saudi Justice Ministry Spokesman Sheikh Mansour Al-Ghefary. (Credit: BBC)