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Al Jazeera journalists Mohammed Fahmy and Baher Mohammed pardoned by Egyptian President after allegedly aiding terrorism with their reporting; Turkish author and Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk on his latest book, migration and Turkish politics; "It's not over until it's over" and baseball legend Yogi Berra dies.
(Photo: Mohammed Fahmy (left) and Baher Mohammed. Credit: AP)
11 million vehicles affected by rigged tests; making money out of migrants; Alex Ferguson's leadership
President Xi's controversial US tour; EU agrees migrant quotas; author Sebastian Faulks
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A refugee's view on migrant quotas; A long cycle to rugby defeat; Grace Jones
Volkswagen shares plunge; the German mayor welcoming migrants; US aid goes to waste in Afghanistan
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6 years and 5 elections; Jackie Collins 'lived life with a wink'; Japan is 'stunned'