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Turkey vows to find peace rally bombers; another candidate withdraws from Ivory Coast presidential election; has the time come for geoengineering?
Two explosions at a peace rally in the Turkish capital of Ankara have killed dozens of people; North Korea marks the seventieth anniversary of the country's ruling Workers' Party; The revival of the Latin crossword.
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Scottish nurse still carries Ebola virus; German Chancellor Angela Merkel's migrant coordinator; and why the world's oceans are too noisy.
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This year's Nobel Peace Prize goes to the mediators in Tunisia's post-Arab Spring government; how much good can come of more foreign intervention in Syria?; a brother and sister share their experiences of surviving Ebola
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Fifa senior figures temporarily banned from football; Volkswagen US apologises for cheating emission tests; Svetlana Alexievich wins Nobel Prize in literature
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Fifa suspends Blatter and Platini, Apartheid minister's conversion, Music for babies, Nobel Literature prize.
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