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Civilians killed in Aleppo raid; cancer drug 'hope'; weirdos and squatters in West Berlin.
US Secretary of Defence says South China Sea behaviour against international norms; hunger strike Egyptian prisoner freed; West Berlin in the 1980s.
Blatter wins 5th FIFA term; IS in Palmyra; Unlocking the love bridge.
FIFA president Blatter seeks another term; reading the mood in Damascus; sleep used to counteract sexism and racism.
The map of the Middle East, established after the First World War, is crumbling. Islamic State militants now control large parts of Iraq and Syria and their territorial ambitions are much wider. Is Islamic State permantly re-drawing the map, or can the traditional regional powers retain their dominance? And what are the consequences for control of the regions’ vast mineral wealth?
Blatter denies scandal responsibility; Al-Nusra leader outlines strategy; Pocket optician