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Burundi goes to the polls; Toshiba accounting scam; African players 'trafficked' to Asia
US cuba restore diplomatic ties; FIFA reveals reform plans; search for extraterrestrials
An explosion has killed at least 28 people and injured about 100 others near the Turkish border with Syria; Chad's former president Hissene Habre goes on trial for alleged human rights abuses in a landmark trial in Senegal; FIFA president Sepp Blatter says integrity checks and term limits will be introduced for top officials at the organisation.
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What's happening with the ICC's Mali investigation? US seeks to reassure Arab allies over Iran; electronic music pioneer.
Attacks hit central Donetsk; Tour de France doping allegations; The tale of the ugly yellow handbag
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Many arrested in Saudi IS sweep; former FIFA exec 'not guilty'; Varoufakis 'no regrets'.