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Eastern Aleppo under fire again; World Service expansion; quickie divorces in China
Photograph shows Syrian rebel fighters in Idlib province. (Credit: Reuters)
Former French economy minister Emmanuel Macron enters the French presidential race; American opioid addiction; Are we living in a post-truth world?
(Photo: Emmanuel Macron and current French President Francois Hollande. Credit: Reuters)
Syrian government planes target eastern Aleppo; Google tackles fake news; Should US Democrats pivot to the left in order to win elections?
(Photo: A resident of Aleppo. Source: Reuters)
Alexei Ulyukayev charged with $2m bribe; Bernie Sanders interview; Mexico's growing heroin trade
Photograph shows Russian Economy Minister Alexei Ulyukayev. (Credit: Reuters)
Trump's economic policies; Usain Bolt on retirement; ancient Egyptian mummy discovered.
Photograph shows US President-elect Donald Trump. (Credit: Reuters)
Climate conference considers Trump effect; Myanmar army kills 25 in Rohingya villages; Supermoon 2016
(Photo: demonstration against climate change calling for environmental action to protect the planet / Credit: AFP)