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Firing squad for Gaddafi loyalists; Turkey 'safe zone'; 'New' Dr Seuss book published.
PHOTO: Saif al-Islam Gaddafi after being detained in 2011 (Reuters / Ismail Zitouny)
A spokesman for Kurdish PKK hits back at Turkey; Bill Cosby accuser; Medellin excavations
Turkey attacks Kurdish forces; Lebanon rubbish crisis; the darker side of night-shifts
The Syrian president Bashar Al-Assad says a shortage of manpower means the army will have to make decisions on which positions to defend in Syria's civil war; President Obama has arrived in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa from Kenya; The British cyclist Chris Froome has secured his second Tour de France victory
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Obama condemns anti-women traditions; Syria's Assad vows to win war; Lord Weidenfeld on IS
Obama plea for gay rights in Kenya; Turkey targets PKK; First ships sail new Suez Canal