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Pentagon's former Russia expert weighs up Putin's suprise announcement on Syria; Brussels shooting and suburb lockdown; Danish couple fined for giving a lift to refugees.
(Photo: A lineup of Russian troops is held before withdrawal at Hemeimeem air base in Syria. Credit: Vadim Grishankin/Russian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP)
First Russian troops leave Syria; Myanmar elects civilian president; Anders Breivik complains of unacceptable treatment in prison
(Picture: Russian military planes return from Syria to Russia
Country launches air-strikes against Kurdish territory in northern Syria; Surviving a disastrous drugs trial - ten years on; Ninjas wanted
Photo Credit: Associated Press
A car bomb kills dozens in Turkey; Anti-government protests in Brazil; Loud sex in Sweden.
(Photo: emergency workers at the scene of the explosion in central Ankara. Credit: Elif Sogut/Getty Images)
Investigators critical of pilots' health self-declarations. Nigeria's romantic fiction cottage industry; Germany elections
(Photo: Andreas Lubitz Credit: AFP )
Syrian opposition says government is "not serious" about proximity talks; Turkey's restive Kurdish region; President of Sierra Leone vetoes abortion law despite unanimous approval in parliament
Photo shows Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Moualem at a news conference in Damascus. Photo credit: Reuters