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Not one girl rescued; Russian writer Boris Akunin on the future of his country ; Inky the escaped octopus
Photo credit: AFP/Getty Images: Yana Galang, the mother of abducted Rifkatu Galang
Unicef says one in five bombings are done by children; The president of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, accuses her vice-president of being part of a coup plot; British actor, Juliet Stevenson, launches a petition to bring refugee children from Calais to the UK.
(Photo: Children and women rescued from the Islamist militant group Boko Haram; Credit: Reuters)
Pressure grows as President Rouseff faces impeachment; A Harvard professor encourages a new 'old' way of thinking; Could depression be treated with LSD?
Photo Credit: Getty Images: Activists In Rio De Janeiro Rally Against Dilma Rousseff Impeachment
Is China the next football superpower? The Chinese Football Association has published a plan to become a "world football superpower" by 2050; A group of investors have written to food companies to urge them to reduce antibiotic use in their meat and poultry supply chains; Former drug smuggler & author Howard Marks dies
Photo: Huang Bowen of China celebrates with his teammates after scoring a goal during the 2018 World Cup football qualifying match against Qatar. (Credit: STR / Stringer)
Fighting has been reported in several places in Yemen despite a new truce; South Korea says a high-ranking North Korean intelligence officer has defected; The number of tigers living in the wild has increased for the first time after decades of decline.
(Photo: Yemeni loyalist forces man a checkpoint in Aden; Photographer: Saleh Al-Obeidi; Credit: AFP/Getty)