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UK writer and former politician Trevor Philips on meeting Castro as a young activist; Centre-right Les Républicains decide in France; thunderstorm asthma in Australia
(Picture: A woman looks at a book of condolences outside the abandoned small limestone house of Castro's father, on which a plaque reads, "Angel Castro Argiz was born in this house in 1875, a Galician who emigrated to Cuba where he planted trees which still blossom" Credit: AFP/Getty)
Reaction to the death of Fidel Castro from former government leaders, politicians and ordinary Cubans.
(Image: Fidel Castro speaking at a rally in Havana, Cuba in February 3th 2006. Credit: Sven Creutzmann/Mambo Photography/Getty Images)
International reaction to the death of Cuba's long-serving revolutionary leader.
(Picture: Fidel Castro, 2004 Credit: Getty Images)
How abusers of young footballers got away with it for so long; Turkey's anger at European Parliament snub; dirty underwear used in protest
(Photo: A football Credit: Thinkstock)
A child sex abuse scandal engulfing British football has seen more former players come forward as victims; Film retelling of Soviet war tale sparks controversy in Russia; Black Friday debate.
(Photo: Paul Stewart, David White, Steve Walters and Andy Woodward (left to right) have gone public with their ordeals. Credit: Getty Images)
Myanmar accused of forcing Muslims to flee; a possible vote recount in a key US state; footballers talk of being sexually abused as children.
(Photo: Rohingya Muslims forced to flee their homes in Myanmar. Credit: BBC)