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Police open fire on garment workers, Al Qaeda and the Arab Spring, Human organs growing in pigs.
Al Qaeda militants in Iraq take control of parts of Fallujah and Ramadi. Rwandan opposition groups accuse the government of involvement in the death of a prominent exile in South Africa. China criticises the US for releasing the last three Chinese inmates of Guantanamo Bay and London Zoo counting all creatures great and small...but some are more slippery than others.
Investigation into Patrick Karegeya's death; Al Qaeda gains in Iraq; and Beirut blast
South Sudan peace prospects; Zapatista uprising anniversary; Britain immigration
South Sudan fighting threatens peace talks
South Sudan at a crossroads; inside Syria; the beauty of old age
Talks agreed amid fighting; Arctic activist; football in Kabul