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China to recognise millions of people born outside the one child policy; Rwanda arrests genocide suspect; President Putin's alliance building.
Picture: A mother walking over a bridge with her daughter; AFP
The Paris climate change talks have reached a crucial point - the point when the draft agreement gets the host's stamp placed upon it.
British anti-narcotics officers have been speaking openly for the first time about their mission in Colombia.
Surgeons in the United States are about to perform the first ever penis transplant on a soldier.
(Photo: Smoke belching out from a heating factory in Heihe, Northeast China. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Syrian rebels leave Homs; German neo Nazi trial; Could Rwanda suffer similar unrest as Burundi?
(Pic: Aid workers help the evacuation from the al-Wair district of Homs; Credit: AFP)
Donald Trump says US should 'ban Muslims'; Who's who at the Syria talks in Saudi? Vegan bodybuilding.
Picture shows Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at a campaign rally on 7th December 2015. (Credit: Mic Smith / AP Photo)
Donald Trump defends his proposal to ban Muslims from entering the United States as the White House says it disqualifies him from the US presidency; fierce fighting between the Afghan government and Taliban in Kandahar; Russia broadcasts 60 hour marathon of classic novel War and Peace.
(Photo: Donald Trump. Credit: BBC/Lex Ballantyne)
Defeat for Venezuela's Socialists; French far right triumphs; Syrian government accuses US of killing soldiers in an air strike.
(Photo: Humberto Lopez, a Venezuelan Che Guevara impersonator, reacts to the ruling party's defeat. CREDIT: Reuters)