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Child refugees in Ethiopia; longest-surviving heart transplant patient dies; gravitational waves
(Photo: An unaccompanied minor from Eritrea in Mayani refugee camp, Ethiopia Credit: BBC)
New Hampshire results; Special report from Ethiopia; Virginity scholarships in South Africa.
(Photo: A man wears a jacket printed with the American flag and eagle. Credit: Eric Thayer/Reuters)
China's view on North Korea's nuclear programme; New Hampshire Primary day; world's biggest aircraft gets ready for take-off.
(Photo: A North Korean long range rocket is launched into the air on February 7, 2016. Credit: Reuters.)
Several dead, many more injured on a Bavarian commuter train; New Hampshire gets ready for its primaries; how to survive an avalanche.
Photo credit: AFP/Getty Images: Rescue workers carry a victim from the site of a train accident near Bad Aibling, southern Germany
Exodus from Aleppo; meteorite in India; Hendrix meets Handel
(Photo: Syrian refugees pictured in a camp fleeing the northern embattled city of Aleppo Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Turkey limits Syrian refugees entry; Special report from Ethiopia; US Muslims and primaries