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New North Korean missile test makes its neighbours jittery; Archbishop of Canterbury learns the truth about his father; Should we worry about polar motion?
Photo shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. Photo credit: Korean Central News Agency (KCNA)/AFP/Getty Images
Brussels police arrest four suspects in Brussels and Paris bombings; Uganda's only cancer radiotherapy machine breaks down; Irish drag queen Panti Bliss opens HIV-AIDS testing clinic in Dublin gay bar.
(Photo: Belgian bombing suspect; Credit: Reuters)
Further deportations from Greece to Turkey in controversial deal; Childhood trauma and violent crime; Is the Pope's proclamation on family life a "papal bombshell"?
(Photo: A police officer escorts a migrant from a Turkish ferry carrying the second group of migrants deported from Europe to Turkey. Credit: AFP / Ozan Koseozan Kose/ Getty)
Citizens trapped in the IS-held city of Fallujah are 'starving and forced to eat grass,' says Human Rights Watch; Supermassive black hole found in cosmic backwater; New Disney Jungle Book film too scary for small children, according to India's censor board.
(Photo: Rubble of house in Fallujah damaged in apparent airstrike by the Iraqi army in March; Credit: European Photopress Agency)
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
The US drugs giant Pfizer has abandoned a proposed record-breaking $160bn merger with Ireland's Allergan; Orthodox Judaism's first female Rabbi is appointed; Could algae be converted into fuel?
(Photo: Pfizer sign in Kent, UK. Credit: Dan Kitwood/PA Wire)