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Germany to support international coalition against Islamic State; Venezuela's informal economy; James Lovelock the Gaia theorist
Picture: A Tornado aircraft of the Tactical Air Force Wing 51 "Immelmann" during a demonstration flight.
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US police have not ruled out terrorism in California shooting; UK begins to bomb so-called Islamic State in Syria; records of the Savile Row tailor to Winston Churchill made public.
(PHOTO: Police cars stop suspected shooter Credit: Reuters)
Pipe bombs and rounds of ammunition found at shooters' home; Venezuela's failing healthcare; Women to be allowed in all US military combat roles
(Photo shows: San Bernardino Police Department Chief Jarrod Burguan speaking during a news conference in San Bernardino, California. Credit: Reuters)
UK to vote on bombing; China troops in Africa; Mark Zuckerberg to give away $45bn.
(Photo: The UK parliament debates extension of fight against the Islamic State group. Credit: BBC)
UK parliament votes to extend air campaign against IS; California mass shooting latest.
Climate talks debate deforestation; Black women coders; Male and female brains study.
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