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Country launches air-strikes against Kurdish territory in northern Syria; Surviving a disastrous drugs trial - ten years on; Ninjas wanted
Photo Credit: Associated Press
A car bomb kills dozens in Turkey; Anti-government protests in Brazil; Loud sex in Sweden.
(Photo: emergency workers at the scene of the explosion in central Ankara. Credit: Elif Sogut/Getty Images)
Investigators critical of pilots' health self-declarations. Nigeria's romantic fiction cottage industry; Germany elections
(Photo: Andreas Lubitz Credit: AFP )
Syrian opposition says government is "not serious" about proximity talks; Turkey's restive Kurdish region; President of Sierra Leone vetoes abortion law despite unanimous approval in parliament
Photo shows Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Moualem at a news conference in Damascus. Photo credit: Reuters
Who killed Mikhail Lesin in a Washington hotel in November? India's two eastern states of Orissa and West Bengal are in a bitter row over sweets. After comments by President Obama about the British Prime Minister, how special is the UK/US "special relationship"?
(Photo: Mikhail Lesin's body was found in the central Dupont Circle Hotel. Credit: Associated Press)
Detailed interview with the ex head of the UK's MI6 on the 'Arab Spring'; Remembering the earthquake and tsunami that killed over 18,000 people in Japan 5 years ago today; A bitter dispute over a much love Indian sweet
(Photo: A man walks past a burnt car and damaged buildings in Homs, Syria. Credit: Reuters / Yazan Homsy)