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China's economic growth slows; Iceland's president; Scientist tackling son's chronic fatigue syndrome
Hungary's closure of Serbian border creates chaos; US worries about closer UK-China ties; the people who never forget a face.
Bishops in the UK urge David Cameron to take in more Syrian refugees; the power of prayer in Zambia, will it save the currency? And the history of London's famous clock tower Big Ben as it faces falling silent for refurbishment.
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Turkey's president asks European leaders to speed up EU membership bid; Zambia holds day of prayer to help the country's struggling economy; Forensic photography exhibition
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Croatia diverts migrants to Slovenia after Hungary border closure; girls' education in South Sudan; Chinese director Jia Zhangke on China's film industry.
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Slovenia and Europe's refugee crisis; Ambitious school girls in South Sudan; Chinese cinema reflecting an age of rampant change
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