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How deep are Taliban divisions? Emperor Hirohito's surrender speech; reading Donald Trump
Civilians reported dead in Iraqi Kurdish zone; Mark Zuckerberg criticises miscarriage taboo; US civil rights march.
PHOTO: A PKK fighter inspects a crater reportedly caused by a Turkish air strike in the Qandil mountain this week (AFP).
Calls for better care for migrant children arriving in the UK; North Korean university life as seen through western eyes; new Ebola vaccine raises hopes
(Photo: Young migrants in Calais Credit: Press Association)
Eyewitness on West Bank arson attack; new Ebola vaccine; is handwriting a dying art?
Malaysian PM says wreckage washed up on Indian Ocean island is probably from missing plane; Special report on US child-trafficking; a distant aurora
(Photo: Police inspect wreckage washed up on the French island Reunion. Credit: Reuters)
Plea for help over Calais crisis; Israel allows force-feeding in jail; Marlon Brando archives