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Dozens killed by Ecuador's most powerful earthquake in decades. Final polio eradication push begins across the globe with new vaccine. And a brief history of underwear exhibition opens in London.
(Picture: People stand on the debris of a building in Manta, Ecuador. Credit: REUTERS/Patricio Ramos)
Pope Francis gives refuge to 12 Syrians; former senator Bob Graham on Saudi 9/11 links; German satirist Jan Böhmermann goes off air
Picture: Syrian refugees arrive at St. Egidio Community in Rome, Saturday, April 16, 2016. Pope Francis flew back with him to Italy from Greece three Muslim families who were in a refugee camp on the island of Lesbos.
Credit: AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino
Refugee families travel with Pope Francis to the Vatican; A second major earthquake strikes Japan; Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau explains quantum computers.
(Photo: Pope Francis greets migrants and refugees at the Moria refugee camp near the port of Mytilene on the island of Lesbos, Greece. Credit: EPA / Filipo Monteforte)
Owen Bennett Jones in Louisiana; Islamic State group offensive; Mali photographer Malick Sidibe dies; Are 'franchise films' like Avatar killing off creativity?
(Photo: A Louisiana mural depicting a trumpet player. Credit: BBC)
Belgian minister 'ignored' Brussels security report; Louisiana justice; Czech name change.
(Photo: Belgian Transport Minister Jacqueline Galant. Credit: AFP)
New integration law proposed in Germany; Zika virus and microcephaly link confirmed; 'Korean-style bowing' row in Japan.
(Photo: Migrants who were teachers in their home countries are being trained by Potsdam University to teach in Germany. Credit: Reuters)