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David Miliband calls for closing of refugee camps; FIFA audit chief resigns; Eiffel Tower sings
(Photo description: Dadaab refugee camp, the world's largest refugee camp. Credit: Reuters)
UN warns of Boko Haram's links to the so-called Islamic State in Libya; 700-year anniversary of the birth of Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV; Final of 2016 Eurovision song contest.
(Photo: Photo of Boko Haram fighters. Credit: AFP PHOTO / BOKO HARAM).
The EU-Libya anti-smuggling mission has been criticised by a UK House of Lords report; Thousands attend the funeral of Hezbollah leader Mustafa Badreddine; Dung beetles navigate by the stars.
(Picture: Migrants arrive on the Italian coastguard vessel Peluso in the Sicilian harbour of Augusta; Credit: Reuters)
Mustafa Badreddine killed in Syria; Sleep and memory; Journalist eats his words
(Photo description: Adnan Badreddine grieves at his brother"s picture in Beirut. Credit: AP)
Downing Street's plans for the BBC; Kenya's new anti-doping crisis; Trump goes to Capitol Hill as Republican healing begins.
(Photo: A BBC studio in central London. Credit: BBC)
Brazil political crisis; Trump goes to Capitol Hill; Can India save Ganges?
(Photo: President Dilma Rousseff. Credit: Reuters)