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Vote counting under way after historic Myanmar poll; remembering Russian plane victims; your boss in your handbag
(Photo: Celebrating NLD supporters in Myanmar Credit: Getty Images)
Sierra Leone declared free of Ebola; Cricket in US; Arundhati Roy on handing back government award
US envoy on Burundi crisis; Arundhati Roy on religious intolerance - and the BJP response; Ronnie Spector
Egytian tourism minister Hisham Zaazou criticises 'hasty' flight suspensions by British government; Myanmar's skateboarding youth; Berlin plans to build fence around longest remaining stretch of the wall
(Photo: Tourists at Sharm el-Sheikh airport. Credit: Reuters/Asmaa Waguih)
After criticising the UK & US, Russia goes further in suspending flights to all of Egypt; Did US Republican hopeful Ben Carson embellish his record in suggesting he was offered a scholarship to the West Point military academy?; Bjork calls for a halt to the destruction of Iceland's highlands
Picture credit: Reuters/Mikhail Klimentyev/RIA Novosti/Kremlin
Newshour is in Myanmar ahead of crucial parliamentary vote, Russia and Egypt urge caution over plane crash allegations, and the legacy of Ebola.
(Photo: Children at an election rally)