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Child brides speak out; Russia-Turkey history of tensions; Hilary Swank's idol
(Photo: Girls at school in Ivory Coast Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Russia-Turkey plane spat; Brussels lockdown lifted; will 2015 be hottest year on record?
Picture shows a Russian fighter jet similar to the one shot down by Turkey on 24th November 2015. (Credit: BBC)
Tensions in the skies above Syria's border; A 'Wild West' deep in the Swedish forests provides shelter for refugees; Jogging with Palestine's marathon runners
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Putin describes shooting of Russian warplane by Turkey as a 'stab in the back' ; Life as an ISIS wife in Raqqa; Why Kimchi is so popular
(Photo shows: A plane falling to the ground near the Syrian border with Turkey. Credit: EPA/ Haberturk TV Channel)
Charles Michel announces that while the alert remains, schools and the subway in Brussels will reopen on Wednesday; Scientists explore surrogacy to save the northern white rhino; Can you save the planet by changing your diet?
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Two Brussels residents on life under the high terror alert; the EU commissioner on migration says refugees are not terrorists; Argentina's new President Mauricio Macri: who is he and what will his policies be?
Picture: A sign reads "school closed for security reasons" in Brussels
Credit: REUTERS/Yves Herman