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Protests in Cologne as Merkel announces tough new measures; aid for besieged Syrian towns; biplane flight to Australia
Picture: A person holds up a placard reading "The sex mob scandal has a background" prior to a Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West (PEGIDA) demonstration march in front of the main train station in Cologne, Germany, January 9, 2016.
Credit: REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
Fallout from the New Year sexual assaults; Mexican drug-lord El Chapo recaptured after six months on the loose; how strong is the US economy in the face of global economic turbulence?
(Photo- Crowds outside Cologne railway station on New Year's Eve. Credit: AFP)
Besieged Madaya to get humanitarian aid; exclusive report from war-torn Yemen; when Nixon backed gun control (Photo: malnourished child in Madaya)
Man shot dead in Paris; Syrian ceasefire deals; Revisiting The Beatles' spiritual retreat
(Photo: Security remains highly visible in France Credit: AFP)
North Korea's "successful" test of a hydrogen bomb draws international condemnation. An eyewitness to the New Year's eve sexual assaults in Cologne. Stories of starvation from besieged Syrian towns.
(Photo: National Flag of North Korea. Credit: Public Domain)
There's been widespread condemnation of North Korea's claim to have carried out its first hydrogen bomb test, but experts have expressed scepticism about the claims; The German city of Cologne is still in shock after reports of mass sexual assaults on New Year's Eve; The French composer and conductor Pierre Boulez dies at the age of ninety.
(Photo: The North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. Credit: AFP.YONHAP/AFP/Getty Images)