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Myanmar accused of forcing Muslims to flee; a possible vote recount in a key US state; footballers talk of being sexually abused as children.
(Photo: Rohingya Muslims forced to flee their homes in Myanmar. Credit: BBC)
Former General Petraeus in line for post in Donald Trump's cabinet; Anne Frank poem on auction; Colombian congress to vote revised peace deal with FARC
(Picture: Former General David Petraeus; Credit: Mark Wilson/ Getty Images)
Colombian government and FARC rebels to sign new peace agreement and submit it to congress; Washington state youth sue government for failing to protect them from climate change; Christians in northern Iraq seek protection following Islamic State group retreat.
(Photo: People march for peace in Bogota after the Colombian government and the Marxist FARC rebels signed a new and revised peace deal to end 52 years of civil war. Credit: Diana Sanchez / AFP / Getty Images)
A former British ambassador to the US on the special relationship; cot death campaign has saved thousands of lives; so-called Islamic State's likely to use more chemical weapons in the future
(Picture: US President-elect Donald Trump; Credits: Drew Angerer/ Getty Images)
The President Elect's relationship with the media has got off to a rocky start; Poetry and jihad; "No room whatsoever" for Hong Kong independence.
(Photo: Media surround President elect Donald Trump on the campaign trail. Credit: Jan Kruger / Getty Images)
France's former Prime Minister Francois Fillon is the frontrunner in the centre-right Primary Elections; satellite images show hundreds of homes belonging to the Rohingya minority in Burma; UK actor and impersonator Jan Ravens talks about the pros and cons of political satire
(Photo: Alain Juppe (left) and Francois Fillon (right); Credit: Nicolas Tucat/AFP/Getty Images)