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Climate Change treaty signed by more than 165 countries at the UN in New York, but will it be ratified?; President Santos of Colombia calls for the legalisation of drugs; Owen Bennett Jones on combating the Zika virus in Texas
Photo shows John Kerry, the US Secretary of State, carrying his granddaughter Isabelle Dobbs-Higginson, 2, after signing the Paris Agreement on climate change at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. Photo credit: European Photopress Agency
More than 165 countries commit to implement the major agreement on climate change; Obama weighs in on the EU referendum; What to do with Prince's 'vault' of unreleased material?
(Photo: An iceberg in the western Antarctic peninsula. Credit: AFP / Eitan Abramovich / Getty Images)
American singer Prince dies at home in Minnesota aged 57; Volkswagen agrees to buy back hundreds of thousands of cars in the US; And baking the Queen's birthday cake.
(Photo: Prince performing near Paris in 2011. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
The Queen goes walkabout on her 90th birthday; the future of the monarchy discussed; mapping the Zika virus
(Photo: the Queen on her 90th birthday Credit: Getty Images)
With President Obama in Saudi Arabia for talks with King Salman, just how much does the US need the Middle East country; China's space plans and who is Harriet Tubman and why could her face be everywhere?
(Photo credit: Reuters)
US / Saudi tensions over Iran nuclear deal high ahead of talks; EU launches Google competition probe; Prince William discusses the changing nature of monarchy.
(Photo: President Obama meeting King Salman in January 2015. Credit: AP)