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CCTV footage released of Bangkok bombing suspect; reaction to nuclear deal inside Iran; survey reveals young people's fluid sexuality
Rescuing enslaved Yazidis in Iraq; Spitfires fly again at Battle of Britain commemoration; Gabon's President Ali Bongo gives away his inheritance
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Deadly blast hits one of Thailand's best-known shrines; Controversial Egyptian anti-terror measures; Why engineers want to mimic the silent flight of the owl
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A bomb exploded in the Thai capital, our correspondent tells us the latest. So what chance of making the South Sudan peace deal stick? Ambassador Princeton Lyman, the former US special envoy for Sudan and South Sudan is skeptical. A rare access to Osama Bin Laden's library of more than 1500 audio cassettes.
Punjab home minister killed; desegregation in Yonkers; a book to help kids sleep.
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Iraqi committee accuses Maliki over Mosul; anti-government protests in Brazil; civil rights leader Julian Bond remembered