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Al-Bashir returns to Sudan to avoid arrest; Jeb Bush 2016; Iran marriage website
Kurds advance on Tal Abyad; Sudan's Bashir flees South Africa; 800 years of Magna Carta.
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Bashir barred from leaving South Africa; Rabbi Jonathan Sacks; more FIFA corruption
First spacecraft to reach comet wakes up following 7 month power outage; Court stops Sudan's President Bashir from leaving South Africa; Flash floods cause Tbilisi zoo break out
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Hillary Clinton launches presidency bid; political change in Spain; living surrounded by Islamic State
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The World Health organisation has warned that South Korean doctors' lack of familiarity with MERS may have helped spread the deadly disease; Gunshots have been fired at police in Dallas after an armoured van rammed patrol cars near the police headquarters in the city; The work of the Nobel Prize winning Irish poet, W.B. Yeats, is being celebrated on the 150th anniversary of his birth. Image copyright AFP.