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Heavy casualties in Beirut blasts; Kurds advance on Sinjar; Venezuela drug charges
EU plan for Africa migrants; Senegal climate change; olive oil fraud taste test.
Picture shows migrants in Calais protesting against the threat of deportation.
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EU offers Africa aid; US Treasury Secretary on global economy; Russia doping
Myanmar's president ready to hand over power; Europe seeks African support on migration; Crocodiles as prison security guards
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WHO reports big drop in meningitis A deaths; Helmut Schmidt dies; BETAMAX tapes no more
Picture: Syringes for use in vaccinations
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Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi says "I'll make all the decisions, it's as simple as that"; Warped humour as an early sign of dementia; Killer whales in captivity and Sea World's decision to phase out its circus style shows
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