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How George Martin shaped sound of The Beatles; ICRC President on Syria; AI beats Go master.
Photograph shows Sir George Martin with The Beatles. (Credit: Getty Images)
Overhauling black boxes and aeroplane tracking to prevent another MH370; Brazilian construction tycoon Marcelo Odebrecht jailed for 19 years; Motown's founder Berry Gordy on his label and a new musical on his life.
(Photo: Malaysia Airlines planes. Credit: Reuters)
'One for one' plan on migrants; China exports plunge; Kiki Dee keeps on rocking.
Photograph shows Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and his Greek counterpart Alexis Tsipras meet in Turkey. (Credit: Reuters)
Militants target police and army bases near Libyan border; EU and Turkey fail to agree new deal on migrants; Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova announces that she failed a drug test at this year's Australian Open.
(Picture: Tunisian police officers during clashes with militants; Credit: Associated Press)
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
Nancy Reagan's former press secretary shares her memories of the US First Lady; A suicide attack in Iraq kills dozens; Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning retires from the NFL.
(Photo: Nancy Reagan at a birthday celebration held in honour of her late husband Ronald Reagan in 2011. Credit: Eric Thayer/Getty Images)