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How to stop IS getting nuclear material; Zuma apologises over scandal; wage discrimination in football.
Photograph shows heads of delegation participate in the family photo during the 2016 Nuclear Security Summit in Washington, DC. (Credit: Getty Images)
Concerns over Brussels airport security; Booksellers of Baghdad; Computer coding for DNA
(Photo: Brussels Airport, Zaventem
Credit: Benoit Doppagne/AFP/Getty)
Iraqi PM names new cabinet; architect Zaha Hadid dies; in Amundsen's footsteps.
Photograph shows followers of Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr chant slogans as they ending their sit-in outside the heavily guarded Green Zone in Baghdad, Iraq. (Credit: Associated Press)
Interpol and Europol announce their biggest ever global haul of fraudulent food and drink; The UN-backed Libyan government arrives in Tripoli - by boat; Can English balls help Australia's cricketers?
(Photo: Italian officers recovered more than 85 tonnes of olives which had been 'painted' with copper sulphate solutions to enhance their colour. Credit: Interpol)
World steel industry in trouble with Indian firm to sell its UK plants; France drops plan to strip citizenship from convicted terrorists; How reliable is embryo sampling?
Photo: Part of the Tata Steel steel plant at Port Talbot, south Wales. Credit: AFP/Paul Ellispaul Ellis/Getty Images
The largest party in the governing coalition withdraws its support for the Brazillian government; El Al pilot - possibly the only pilot - to foil a hijacking in mid-air; Should the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra be restored?
(Picture: President Dilma Rousseff of Brazil. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)