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Refugees drown off Italy; looting at the Westgate mall; and football’s World Cup controversy
Why Herman Wallace spent 41 years in solitary; Greenpeace: piracy charges disproportionate; Berlusconi: the opera?
Italian government survives confidence vote; ICC issues arrest warrant for Kenyan journalist; Australia’s motorbike gangs
How long will the US shutdown last?; musical time-out; Ed Miliband slams "slur" on father.
Syria says rebels control 7 chemical weapons sites; US government hours from shutdown; Growing Tomtatoes.
Kenyan parliamentarians visit Westgate Mall; researchers identify 42 new genes involved in MS; student describes escaping Boko Haram attack.