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The US Secretary of State John Kerry calls for renewed Syria talks; The Pope arrives in Cuba on his first official visit to the country; Japan cause a major upset as they beat South Africa at the Rubgy World Cup.
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Migrants are bused by Croatia to Hungary border, Hungary then sends them to Austria; Pope Francis starts his visit to Cuba; The historian Simon Schama paints a picture of Britain through it's portraits
The piano-playing symbol of defiance in the midst of the Syrian war talks about becoming a Europe-bound refugee; US and Russian defence ministers hold their first talks for more than a year; Snapping the starry, starry night: what makes a successful astrophotographer?
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Croatia says huge refugee influx has forced its hand, Fiji's big chance of a rugby victory, Apple ad-blockers.
(Photo: Refugees walk along the road carrying their belongings, some with children. Credit: AFP/Getty images)
US Fed interest rates unchanged; Texas 'clock boy' father; robots for Japan's pensioners
UK counter-espionage chief Andrew Parker says terror threat 'highest since 9/11'; good news on malaria prevention; author Mark Haddon on the art of the short story and letting go of the Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime.
Picture shows Andrew Parker with the BBC's Mishal Husain. (Credit: BBC)