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Colombia and Farc rebels reach ceasefire agreement; gun protest in US Congress; apology after Japan porn coercion claims
(Photo: Graffiti reading 'Peace for the people' in Cali, Colombia Credit: Getty Images)
Ceasefire agreement in Colombia; Syria rescuers' tribute; McIlroy pulls out of Rio
Photo: Graffiti with the sentence "Peace is ours" in Bogota. Credit: Guillermo Legaria, AFP/Getty Images
How do Europeans view the UK EU referendum? Indian satellite launch, Irish football fans charm the world in Euro 16.
(Picture: EU Rally in Manchester Credit: Christopher Furlong/Getty)
What does the uncertainty over Brexit mean for the UK and global economies?; When a training course turns to corporal punishment, the punishment goes viral; The Bollywood star who said he felt like a 'raped woman'
(Photo: A one euro coin and one pound coin Credit: Getty)
The presumptive Republican US presidential candidate, Donald Trump, has sacked his campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski; The United Nations refugee agency says the number of people forced to leave their homes and become refugees around the world has reached a record level; British painter and decorator Colin Bidwell was one of the tourists caught up in last year's attack by a lone gunman in the Tunisian resort town of Sousse. Thirty-eight people were killed when the man opened fire on the beach, in an attack later claimed by the so-called Islamic State. Colin and his wife had been regular visitors to Tunisia - and they wanted to return to Sousse to try to find some healing.
(Photo: Corey Lewandowski; Credit: Getty Images)
UN releases highest figures ever for refugees and migrants; EU citizens give their thoughts on Brexit; Solar Impulse starts Atlantic crossing.
(Photo: Afghan refugee labourers in Islamabad Credit: Aamir Qureshi/AFP/Getty Images)