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Fifa senior figures temporarily banned from football; Volkswagen US apologises for cheating emission tests; Svetlana Alexievich wins Nobel Prize in literature
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Europe expands its campaign against people smugglers; Saudi money and Islamic State; Cancer vaccine in Cuba
What are Russia's aims in Syria? ECJ strikes down data transfer agreement; Nobel Prize for neutrino researchers.
EU/US data agreement struck down; the woman who escaped locked-in syndrome; Chigozie Obioma.
The Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, heads to Brussels to discuss the Syrian conflict with European Union officials; Elena Ferrante's translator, Ann Goldstein, on the mysterious literary sensation; Graphic novelist Martin Woolf discusses "Suffrajitsu".
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Edward Snowden on hacking; Twitter's new boss; the case against Maldives' ex president