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New Greek debt proposals ahead of key meeting; Charleston church reopens after deadly shooting; Solstice in the Arctic and Antarctic
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Can forgiveness heal South Carolina? Lying kids have better memory; Richter's sleep music.
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Who is behind the suicide bombings in Yemen's capital Sanaa? Mali's government and Tuareg rebels have signed a peace deal; Scientists suggest mankind is creating mass extinction
The UK prime minister David Cameron has urged Muslims to do more to counter radicalisation; a robot with emotions; is the US Confederate flag a racist relic?
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Charleston relatives speak to Dylann Roof of their pain and forgiveness; Can Russia help Greece? Why Iranian women can't watch mens' volleyball
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Attack at Charleston church - shooter still at large; remembering the Battle of Waterloo 200 years later; the parenting secrets of nightingale song
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