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Punjab home minister killed; desegregation in Yonkers; a book to help kids sleep.
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Iraqi committee accuses Maliki over Mosul; anti-government protests in Brazil; civil rights leader Julian Bond remembered
China extends Tianjin exclusion zone; Japan Emperor's WW2 remorse; Chelsea's doctor row.
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Sunni cleric Ahmad al-Assir detained; former Burundi army chief assassinated; Japan's emperor expresses remorse over war.
Shinzo Abe has expressed "profound grief" but no apology. He added that future generations should not "be predestined to apologise" - we speak to a Japanese student who agrees with him; Tianjin chemical dangers but the Chinese authorities are saying that they believe that the environment is safe; Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe says Britain should return the skulls of his country's war heroes.
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US flag flies at Cuba embassy; Austria migrant centre overcrowding; The Iliad live