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Virginia governor removes flag from state licence plates; Inside Yemen; US to revise hostage policy.
Photo: EPA/John Taggart
The Rwandan government says the arrest in Britain of its intelligence chief Karenzi Karake on a war crimes indictment issued by a Spanish court is an insult; The former president of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovich says he accepts some responsibility for the deaths of protesters in 2014; Kurdish fighters have taken the last sizeable town north of Raqqa in Syria, the de facto capital of the so-called Islamic State. Image: Getty Images
Taliban claim suicide bombing in the Afghan Parliament; Taylor Swift says no to Apple's plan for three months of free music streaming; British seaside sounds sought for database
(Photo: Afghan MPs scrambling to safety. Credit: Afghani MP Naqibullah Faiq)
Greece debt talks go to the wire; Berlin's Philharmonic Orchestra elects Kirill Petrenko as its conductor; South Caronlina's governor says the confederate flag should come down
New Greek debt proposals ahead of key meeting; Charleston church reopens after deadly shooting; Solstice in the Arctic and Antarctic
(Photo: REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis)
Militants target Somali national intelligence agency training centre; how the Faberge name went from priceless artefacts to cheap aftershave; is Modi playing politics with yoga?
(Photo: A Somali security officer sits in front of a wall at the scene of the car bomb explosion near the national intelligence headquarters in Mogadishu - EPA/Said Yusuf Warsame)