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NLD wins first seats in Myanmar elections; IAAF report urges suspending Russia from athletic competition; Signed, sealed and undelivered: a trove of 17th century letters unearthed
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As a landmark report is published into doping abuses in world athletics, Newshour hears from the World Anti-Doping Agency, and from Lord Coe, the current chief of the sports' governing body, the IAAF.
(Photo: Runners competing in the 2013 IAAF World Championships in Moscow. Credit: ROBERT GHEMENT/EPA)
Myanmar holds first free election in 25 years; deadly Burundi violence; Darfur poet.
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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