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Kurds advance on Tal Abyad; Sudan's Bashir flees South Africa; 800 years of Magna Carta.
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Bashir barred from leaving South Africa; Rabbi Jonathan Sacks; more FIFA corruption
First spacecraft to reach comet wakes up following 7 month power outage; Court stops Sudan's President Bashir from leaving South Africa; Flash floods cause Tbilisi zoo break out
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Hillary Clinton launches presidency bid; political change in Spain; living surrounded by Islamic State
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The World Health organisation has warned that South Korean doctors' lack of familiarity with MERS may have helped spread the deadly disease; Gunshots have been fired at police in Dallas after an armoured van rammed patrol cars near the police headquarters in the city; The work of the Nobel Prize winning Irish poet, W.B. Yeats, is being celebrated on the 150th anniversary of his birth. Image copyright AFP.
Can you choose what race you are? A Turkish view of the recent elections; making space for buffalo to run