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Right to die without age limit; Italian PM to quit; Pepper spray in Indian parliament
US fury as Karzai releases 'violent insurgents'; what mathematicians find beautiful; Chinese vs Japanese approaches to history.
Aleppo bomber reportedly from UK; Penguin to pulp Hindu history book; autistic boy's cat
Concern for men leaving Homs; Spain's Judge Baltasar Garzon on the possible loss of Universal Jurisdiction; Salvador's castaway returns.
UN: We're monitoring the fate of evacuees; Shirley Temple the diplomat, sharing your name with a drug-dealer
Newshour’s Lyse Doucet in Homs, China and Taiwan strengthen links and a conference discussing "the global crisis" in the wildlife trade