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US says IS committed genocide; pressure mounts on Jacob Zuma; do zoos have a future?
(Picture: Members of Islamic State in a convoy. Credit: AP)
Bugged phone call between Dilma & Lula; last American in Damascus; race & rugby.
Photograph shows anti-government demonstrators protest against the appointment of former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva as a minister, in Sao Paulo, Brazil. (Credit: Reuters)
President Obama has nominated a moderate judge, Merrick Garland, to sit on the powerful US Supreme Court, paving the way for a showdown with Republicans; Kurdish parties plan to declare a federal region across northern Syria; scientists draw inspiration from Islamic art to design new metamaterials.
(Photo: Justice Merrick Garland with President Obama; Photographer: Kevin Lamarque; Credit: Reuters)
Hillary & Donald come up Trumps in US Primaries; Manhunt in Brussels after terror raids; Why are Thailand's monks eating more than their mouthful?
(Picture: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses the media following victory in the Florida state primary on March 15, 2016, AFP & Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton gives a thumbs-up as she takes the stage at her campaign rally in West Palm Beach, Florida March 15, 2016, Reuters)
Pentagon's former Russia expert weighs up Putin's suprise announcement on Syria; Brussels shooting and suburb lockdown; Danish couple fined for giving a lift to refugees.
(Photo: A lineup of Russian troops is held before withdrawal at Hemeimeem air base in Syria. Credit: Vadim Grishankin/Russian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP)
First Russian troops leave Syria; Myanmar elects civilian president; Anders Breivik complains of unacceptable treatment in prison
(Picture: Russian military planes return from Syria to Russia