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Kurdish group admits revenge attack against Turkish police; 'Ndrangheta mafia bust; hackers target cars
Research suggests new drug, Solanezumab, slows decline in Alzheimer's patients if given early; Is the world is seeing the end of capitalism? South Africa's Mahotella Queens group perform in the Newshour studio.
(Pic: Science Photo Library: A conceptual computer artwork showing the brain of an elderly man affected by Alzheimer's disease)
Burundi voting ends amid tension; first UN aid in Aden; unusual French Scrabble champion
Burundi goes to the polls; Toshiba accounting scam; African players 'trafficked' to Asia
US cuba restore diplomatic ties; FIFA reveals reform plans; search for extraterrestrials
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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