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ICC prosecutes Timbuktu destruction; Libyan people trafficker killed; Tower Bridge sounds
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Swiss prosecutor questions FIFA boss Sepp Blatter; US speaker John Boehner resigns; Forest Whitaker on his UN work
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How Saudi Arabia runs the Hajj; Should the West bury the hatchet with Assad? Cod set to return to British plates as charity removes it from its endangered species list
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King Salman asks for swift investigation after Hajj disaster; Pope Francis addresses joint session of Congress; Has the real Mona Lisa been unearthed?
At least 700 people die in a crush during the annual Hajj pilgrimage in Mecca; The head of the ICRC in the Middle East says money alone can't solve migrant crisis; Bollywood's singing superstar Asha Bhosle on recording 13,000 songs.
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Al Jazeera journalists Mohammed Fahmy and Baher Mohammed pardoned by Egyptian President after allegedly aiding terrorism with their reporting; Turkish author and Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk on his latest book, migration and Turkish politics; "It's not over until it's over" and baseball legend Yogi Berra dies.
(Photo: Mohammed Fahmy (left) and Baher Mohammed. Credit: AP)