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Turkey limits Syrian refugees entry; Special report from Ethiopia; US Muslims and primaries
UN unanimously condemned North Korea's launch of a long-range rocket in defiance of current resolutions; Super Bowl at 50; Dublin gang wars.
(Photo: Launch of North Korean rocket Credit: Reuters)
Pyongyang angers allies and foes alike; Hunt for the Balkan warlords; The models made from Leonardo Da Vinci's designs.
(Photo: People watch a television screen showing North Korea's long-range rocket launch at Seoul Station Credit: Han Myung-Gu/Getty Images)
Thousands of Syrians fleeing Aleppo fighting stopped at Turkish border; Vatican abuse commission criticised by own member; Liverpool fans' walkout over ticket prices.
(Picture: Internally displaced Syrian boys near crossing to Turkey's Kilis province. Credit: Reuters)
12 dead in 6.4 magnitude quake; Aleppo under attack; remembering astronaut Edgar Mitchell
Picture: A rescue team member searches for missing people in a collapsed building, after an early morning earthquake in Tainan, Taiwan, Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016.
Credit: AP Photo/Wally Santana
Thousands of refugees flee a Russian-backed Syrian government offensive and mass on the Syria-Turkish border; Zimbabwe declares a state of disaster as the country is hit by a severe drought; the IAAF is looking into allegations of widespread doping among Chinese athletes going back 20 years.
(Photo: Woman refugee balances a bag on possessions on her head Credit: AFP / Getty Images)