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The EU and Turkey strike an agreement on migration flow after a summit in Brussels; Great Britain wins Davis Cup for the first time since 1936; Female candidates in Saudi Arabia begin first ever election campaign.
(Photo: migrants and refugees on the Greek island of Lesbos after crossing the Aegean Sea from Turkey. Credit: Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images)
Gunmen shoot Kurdish lawyer dead at a rally in Diyarbakir; Three people killed in an attack on a UN base in Mali; Could new data uncover the secret of Nefertiti's hidden tomb?
(Photo: Kurdish lawyer Tahir Elci speaks during a gathering in Diyarbakir prior to his assassination. Credit; AFP / Ilyas Akenginilyas Akengin / AFP / Getty Images)
Russia announces sanctions against Turkey in retaliation for the shooting down of a Russian warplane; Colorado family planning clinic shooting reaction; car races of the future - all electric, and no drivers
(Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a news conference in Turkey in December, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Umit Bektas)
French FM says they could work with Syrian government forces after a political transition; Saudi women standing in local elections; Test cricket tries day/night matches
(Photo: French fighter jets Credit: Reuters)
Turkish president says Russia's playing with fire; the northern lights go south and the southern lights go north; Adele album breaks sales records
(Photo: A Turkish protester sets fire to a poster of Russian President Putin. Credit: AP)
Child brides speak out; Russia-Turkey history of tensions; Hilary Swank's idol
(Photo: Girls at school in Ivory Coast Credit: AFP/Getty Images)