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As the Hungarian government warns it "will not forgive illegal border crossings", refugee advocates have attacked the authorities over a video showing police throwing food to a crowd of migrants; A crane collapse in the Saudi Arabian holy city of Mecca kills 87 people; the computer game Super Mario is celebrating its 30th birthday
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Editing embryo genes; A new human species found in Africa; Could you vanish for 28 days?
Victims: Syrian and IS forces used chemical weapons; EU law says in certain cases, travelling to and from work regarded as work; France vs Italy over Mont Blanc
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
Report from Assad's heartland; Migration & Europe's divisions; Queen's record reign
UN Special Envoy on crisis; elections in Myanmar; can vandalism be art?
(Photo: people attend the funeral of 3 year old Aylan Kurdi in Kobane. Credit: EPA/Dicle News Agency)