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Controversial EU-Turkey migrant deal comes into effect; First US President in Cuba since 1928; Australia drops Tasmanian Wilderness logging campaign
Photo shows a young Syrian girl looking on during sunrise after arriving on an inflatable boat with other refugees, crossing the sea from Turkey to Lesbos, Greece. Photo credit: Alexander Koerner/Getty Images
Republican Reid Ribble on why he's accompanying Obama to Cuba; Jack Straw on Turkey; Gawker lose in court
PICTURE: A Cuban woman poses for a picture with a sign placed at the entrance of a restaurant with the images of Cuban and US Presidents Raul Castro and Barack Obama in Havana, Cuba on March 19, 2016.
CREDIT: AFP/GETTY IMAGES
62 die in FlyDubai plane crash; Turkey bomb attack in Istanbul; Hulk Hogan wins Gawker sex tape case; Australian Aboriginal hip hop.
(Photo: Wreckage from the crashed FlyDubai plane. Credit: AP)
Paris attacks suspect found in Brussels raids; Turkey and EU strike migrant deal; Why the paper coffee cups you put in recycling bins are rarely recycled.
(Photo: The moment Salah Abdeslam is bundled into a police car following his capture. Credit: EVN)
EU and Turkish leaders trying to finalise a deal to tackle Europe's migration crisis; a rare look inside a women's prison in Tunisia; Pyjamas and Monty Python references during 28-hour debate in Australian Senate.
(Photo: Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu speaks to media as he arrives for a meeting during a two-days European Union leaders summit in Brussels, Belgium, 18 March 2016. Credit: EPA/STEPHANIE LECOCQ)
US says IS committed genocide; pressure mounts on Jacob Zuma; do zoos have a future?
(Picture: Members of Islamic State in a convoy. Credit: AP)