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Survivors' lasting trauma; China internet conference; Christmas at CERN.
(Photo: Pakistani teachers and students hold burning candles during a vigil to pay tribute to the victims of the Peshawar school massacre of December 16, 2014. Credit: AFP)
Police ordered to check all schools in LA area; Saudi alliance fights terrorism; Scientists & Bob Dylan
(Photo: Police cordon off premises to search Credit: AP)
Yemen peace talks start; South China Sea drama; simulation funerals.
(Photo: A general view of the room at the opening of Yemen peace talks in Switzerland. Credit: AFP)
President Obama says ISIL is being hit hard.
Star Wars Episode Seven... but is Star Wars overhyped?
Could FIFA's reputation be rescued by a former prisoner?
(Photo: President Barack Obama. Credit: Getty Images)
National Front fails to make regional election gains, crushing its hopes of a historic breakthrough; Western powers call for immediate Libyan ceasefire; Is secrecy surrounding the new Star Wars film all part of the hype?
(Photo shows: Far Right National Front party leader Marine Le Pen speaking after the results of the second round of the regional elections in France. Photo credit: AP)
The deal is done in Paris: what next? Libya unity talks; Kazakhstan rocket rolls out.
Picture: Environmentalists take part in a bicycle ride to show solidarity for the global movement for climate justice in Manila.
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