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Apple says $15BN tax bill would have consequences on job creation in Ireland and the EU; research by scientists in Hungary show dog brains react the same way to human voices as we do; so-called Islamic State spokesman killed.
(Picture: Apple CEO Tim Cook at Apple's global headquarters in Cupertino, California. Credit: Getty Images)
EU orders Apple to pay $14.6bn in taxes to the Irish government. US-EU trade talks run into trouble. Have nuclear bombs and chicken bones created a new geological era? (Photo: Apple sign. Credit: Getty Images)
Dozens killed in attack on pro-government militia compound in Aden, Dilma Rousseff addresses the senate in her impeachment trial, West Bengal's change of name.
(Photo: Aftermath of attack in Aden, Yemen Credit: European Photopress Agency)
Dilma Rousseff speaks in senate; IS claim Yemen suicide bombing; Tribute to Mexican singer Juan Gabriel
(Photo: Suspended Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff. Credit: EVARISTO SA/AFP/Getty Images)
United States faces a dilemma as Turkey bombs its Kurdish allies in northern Syria; How the Italian mafia exploits earthquakes; Reclaiming the controversial Golly doll.
(Photo: U.S. Vice President Joe Biden meets with Turkish President Recep Erdogan. Credit: Win McNamee/Getty Images)
Bombings target villages close to Turkey's border; Farc rebels in Colombia ready to declare ceasefire ; Losing a violin made in 1630 on a train.
(Image: Turkish Army tanks driving to the Syrian-Turkish border. Credit: Bulent Kilic/Afp)