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One of the missing Nigerian schoolgirls found; Venezuela protests; Syrian refugee forced to flee Canada fire
(Photo: Some of the Chibok girls after they were kidnapped by Boko Haram Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
The army has been deployed in the Venezuelan capital as opposition activists protest against a state of emergency imposed by the president, Nicolas Maduro; One of the 276 Chibok girls abducted by Boko Haram militants in Nigeria in 2014 has been found; A New Zealand company company aims to deliver jetacks to paying customers by the end of 2016.
Photo Credit: AFP
Covering Syrian war with a camera; People-smuggling profiteers; Magic mushrooms & depression.
Photograph shows a Syrian boy is comforted as he cries next to the body of a relative who died in a reported airstrike in the rebel-held neighbourhood of Aleppo. (Credit: Karam al-Masri/AFP)
Reform of parliamentary immunity debated in Turkey; Released hostage recounts 4 years in captivity; Bob Dylan's electric legacy
(Picture: Turkey's Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Credit: AFP / Getty)
Sykes-Picot & the modern Middle East; Silicon Valley migration; International Man Booker 2016 winner.
Photograph shows Map of Sykes–Picot Agreement. (Credit: National Archives)
Christian Aid says a billion people may face global flooding by 2060; body shaming in Pakistan; Angelina Jolie Pitt's migrant plea.
Picture: Flooding in Metro Manila, Philippines (credit: Matthew Gonzalez-Noda / Christian Aid)