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15 immigration staff sacked in Malaysia; China relaxes overweight soldiers ban; Pandas may soon lose their 'endangered' status.
(Photo: File image of counterfeit passports. Credit: Getty Images)
Fallujah fighting; Messi on trial for tax fraud; Proust auction
Photograph shows Iraqi security forces gather near Falluja. (Credit: Reuters)
Mexican footballer rescued after fighting kidnappers; Chad's ex-president Hissene Habre handed life sentence; Iraqi government forces launch assault on so-called IS-held Fallujah.
Photo: Mexican footballer Alan Pulido Credit: AFP
Habre guilty of crimes against humanity; Islamic fashion; dirty watercolours
Indian officials have promised tough action over attacks on African nationals; Ceremonies have taken place to mark the one hundredth anniversary of the battle of Verdun; Top Gear returns .
(Photo of members of the African Students Association holding placards during a protest; Credit Getty Images)
Verdun remembered by the leaders of France and Germany; the Prop Master of Mad Men; Top Gear returns
Photo: French President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel stand at a memorial after laying a wreath during commemorations to mark the 100th anniversary of the World War I Battle of Verdun on May 29, 2016 in France. Credit: Sean Gallup/Getty Images