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Thousands on Beirut's streets; Harry Shearer on Hurricane Katrina; 'Living on Mars' trial.
(Photo: Protesters and armed forces on the streets of Beirut. Credit: Reuters)
Austria calls for tougher action against people smugglers; Special reports from refugees on the road; 'Crystal meth', made in North Korea
(Photo: People rescued from the sea off Libya under armed guard Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Are people-smugglers to blame, one migrant's journey; radio saving lives during Katrina.
Germany - now an open door for Syrian refugees?; World's first enriched uranium bank in Kazakhstan; Terry Pratchett's final Discworld novel published posthumously
Photo credit: Berlin refugee centre AFP/Getty Images
Migrants die on roadside; New Orleans Jazz Vipers; Guinness book turns 60 (Photo Credit: EPA)
Hopes for end to fighting in South Sudan; US journalists shot; Tanzania's female couples.
Picture: Riek Machar, with back to camera, shakes hands with South Sudan"s President Salva Kiir in August 2015. Photo by AP