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Yuan hits four-year low; Amnesty details Syrian 'war crimes' in Damascus suburb of Ghouta; Kiran Ghandi the runner who went with the flow. (Picture AFP/Getty Images)
Massive explosions in China; A Jewish reporter in Iran; Robots building baby robots
Turkey pushes for Syria 'safe zone'; Why Indian CEOs are good; Man plans to swim Pacific.
(Photo: Syrian refugees arrive at the Turkish border. Credit: AFP)
Britain frees Rwanda's top spy; US consulate attacked in Turkey; Lettuce in space.
PHOTO: General Karenzi Karake (AFP).
A series of attacks in Istanbul and Sirnak has killed six members of the security forces; Police in Ferguson in the United Sates have shot and wounded a young man at the end of a rally marking the anniversary of the killing of the unarmed black teenager, Michael Brown; a Chinese TV star has lost his job after mocking the Communist Party founder, Mao Zedong, at a private party.
Iraqi PM Al-Abadi vows to tackle government corruption and incompetence; Haiti elections; OSCE vehicles destroyed in Ukraine arson attack