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Millions still without water in Delhi; fuel crisis in Venezuela; Making a Murderer
(Photo: Demonstrators from the Jat community block a national highway. Credit: Adnan Abidi/Reuters)
Days of violent riots leave 12 dead and affect Delhi's water supply; London Mayor joins campaign to leave EU; 100 years since the Battle of Verdun.
(Photo: A woman carries empty containers to fetch water from a municipal water tap in New Delhi. Credit: REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee)
Jeb Bush has pulled out of the Republican race to be president of the United States.
Also: Many killed in bomb blasts in Homs; Living a monastic life; France gives residents of Calais "Jungle" camp an ultimatum
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Reaction to Britain's EU referendum announcement; Ugandan election criticised; mass wedding in South Korea.
(Photo: The British flag flying alongside the European Union flag in London. Credit: Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images)
David Cameron announces that the referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union will be held on the 23rd of June; Museveni wins Ugandan elections; Winner of the World Press Photo Awards announced.
(Photo: British Prime Minister David Cameron makes a statement to the media outside 10 Downing Street in London on February 20 , 2016. Credit: AFP)
European Union leaders have reached a deal with Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron ahead of a referendum on EU membership; hopes fade for cessation of hostilities in Syria proposed by world powers last week; Harper Lee, author of To Kill A Mocking Bird, dies.
(Photo shows: British Prime Minister David Cameron in front of the press in Brussels. Photographer: Dan Kitwood. Credit: Getty Images)