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The Democrats' presidential candidate set to avoid any indictments over the use of her personal email account to deal with classified information while Secretary of State; The use of Nelson Mandela's words by South Africa's opposition sparks a political row; Would you clone your dead pet?
(Photo: Clinton checks her phone at the opening of the Libyan Conference in 2011. Credit: Stefan Rousseau/WPA Pool/Getty Images)
Unlocking Jupiter's mysteries; why did IS target Medina? Babies born addicted to drugs.
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
Iraq's security under scrutiny. Who were the Dhaka attackers? And, a rival to the postcode.
(Photo: A building damaged by this weekend's suicide-bombing attack in Baghdad's Karrada neighbourhood. Credit: Ahmad Al-Rubaye/AFP)
Italian and Japanese citizens amongst Bangladesh dead; Shakespeare's Richard III invoked in post-Brexit Westminster drama.
(Photo: A Bangladeshi man lights a candle for those who died in the attack on an upscale cafe in Dhaka. Credit: Getty Images)
Government reacts to Dhaka siege; UK politics & The Iliad; Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel dies.
Photograph shows Indian social activists lighting candles during a protest in against the fatal attack on a cafe in Dhaka. (Credit: AFP PHOTO / Dibyangshu SARKARDIBYANGSHU SARKAR/AFP/Getty Images)