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Demand for Lebanese PM to resign after violence at uncollected rubbish protests; Usain Bolt defends World 100m title; Azar Nafisi on a novel about Iran's paranoia about Britain
Obama and Hollande praise US off-duty soldiers for overpowering gunman on Paris-bound train; Santa Claus faces bankrupcy in Finland; Kabul explosion.
Photo: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
Commander of National Guardsman says combat experience helped him tackle gunman; Norwegian ship rescues hundreds of migrants; Vintage plane crashes onto busy road at air show
Libya's FM says compatriots must unite to fight ISIS; Howard Dean on being an insurgent political candidate; has a Nazi train of gold
been found in Poland?
(Photo: Libyan troops in Benghazi Credit: Getty Images/AFP)
Chaos on the Greek border with Macedonia; Libyan FM asks for assistance; first female US army rangers.
Who was behind the explosion in the Egyptian capital? France and UK reach security deal on migrants; North Koreans get a taste of western music
(Photo: A security official guides the site of the Cairo bomb blast Credit: Reuters)