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An explosion has killed at least 28 people and injured about 100 others near the Turkish border with Syria; Chad's former president Hissene Habre goes on trial for alleged human rights abuses in a landmark trial in Senegal; FIFA president Sepp Blatter says integrity checks and term limits will be introduced for top officials at the organisation.
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What's happening with the ICC's Mali investigation? US seeks to reassure Arab allies over Iran; electronic music pioneer.
Attacks hit central Donetsk; Tour de France doping allegations; The tale of the ugly yellow handbag
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Many arrested in Saudi IS sweep; former FIFA exec 'not guilty'; Varoufakis 'no regrets'.
Westgate mall open again in Nairobi; Greece deal "has failed"; Queen Nazi salute film
A 14-year-old Palestinian girl has defended the way the German leader dealt with her after she burst into tears while talking about her future. Angela Merkel was criticised for appearing to be unsympathetic when Reem Sahwil described what her life was like under threat of deportation; Exactly a year after the downing of a Malaysian airliner over rebel-held eastern Ukraine, the families of the Dutch victims held a private ceremony to commemorate those killed; Organisers of a music festival in Transylvania in northern Romania are offering festival goers discounts if they donate blood before buying tickets (Photo: BBC).