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Many killed in what Afghan authorities say is the strongest quake in the region in decades; WHO links red/ processed meat with cancer; Gin makes a comeback
(Photo credit: Anas Mallick, who is in Karimabad, less than 200 km from the Afghan border)
Pakistan and Afghanistan quake; Nawal El Saadawi; Halloween pumpkin or Halloween turnip?
(Photo: Earthquake damage in Ghazni, south-west of Kabul. Credit: BBC Afghan)
Argentinians go to the polls to choose a President to replace Christina Fernandez de Kirchner; The American-backed rebel group, The Free Syrian Army rejects Russia's offer of military assistance, saying it doesn't trust them; How important was the battle of Agincourt?
(Photo Credit: Reuters)
Argentina votes for new president; EU meeting on migrants crisis; 1415 and all that
The Vice-President of the Maldives, Ahmed Adheeb, has been arrested in connection with an assassination attempt on the island nation's leader; The BBC's Chief International Correspondent Lyse Doucet reports from Saudi Arabia; The British parliament may cease printing legislation on vellum made from calfskin.
(Photo Credit: EPA)
Vatican synod latest; Maldivian VP arrested over explosion; How hackers make money.
(Photo: Pope Francis in St Peter's Square this week. Credit: EPA)