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Besieged civilians leave Damascus suburb; 'Burkini' ban suspended; Mammoth pirates.
(Photo: Abandoned tank on a street in Darayya, Syria. Credit: Reuters)
Historic deal signed by the Colombian government and the FARC rebels in Havana, but the accord has to be approved by a popular vote; At least 250 people have died in Wednesday's the Italian earthquake; Pioneering coma treatment with ultrasound.
(Photo: Colombians celebrating the peace deal. Credit: Guillermo Legaria AFP/Getty Images)
Search for quake survivors winds down; Turkey's warning to Syrian Kurds; a dodo skeleton goes up for sale
(Photo: Italian rescue workers in Amatrice Credit: AFP)
At least 120 killed in 6.2-magnitude earthquake north-east of Rome; Trump Revealed; Why is the US government buying a cheese mountain?
(Picture: Rescuers carry a man from the rubble in Amatrice, Italy. Credit: AFP/Filippo Monteforte)
Deadly quake in Italy; woman told to remove full body swimwear; immune systems & depression.
Photograph shows an injured man is being carried by emergency teams in Amatrice, central Italy after an earthquake. (Credit: European Photopress Agency)
US vice president Joe Biden tells Baltic states not to take Trump comments seriously; Russian anger over Rio Paralympic ban; best films of 21st century.
(Picture: US Vice President Joe Biden and President of Latvia, Raimonds Vejonis. Credit: Getty)