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Climate conference considers Trump effect; Myanmar army kills 25 in Rohingya villages; Supermoon 2016
(Photo: demonstration against climate change calling for environmental action to protect the planet / Credit: AFP)
US President-elect Donald Trump says he intends to build a wall along the border with Mexico and deport undocumented migrants; pro-Russia candidate wins presidential election in Bulgaria; vintage bi-planes fly to Africa.
(Picture: President-elect Donald Trump at a pre-election campaign rally. Credit: Getty Images)
Paris remembers the victims of Islamist attacks; Myanmar government admits helicopter attack on Rohingya; classical clubbing
(Picture: A commemorative plaque unveiled by French President Francois Hollande and Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo is seen in front of the Bataclan concert hall. Credit: REUTERS/Benoit Tessier)
Will President Trump have enough room for manoeuvre? A new era for the Bataclan in Paris; Venice: tourists not welcome?
Is Donald Trump backtracking on Obamacare? A return to the Bataclan, scene of coordinated attacks a year ago; UK's first dementia-friendly opera opening in Scotland.
(Picture: Donald Trump at a campaign rally. Credit: Getty Images)
Trump reshuffles transition team; Leonard Cohen remembered; Singles Day in China