BBC World Service
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Turkey says it can't remain idle in the fight against IS; More than seventy people dead in Cameroon's worst train accident; Hackers claim responsibility for cyber attack
Trade deal on the brink of collapse, UN says Islamic State fighters are using civilians as human shield, cyber attacks affect services on Paypal, Amazon and Twitter
Several countries accused the International Criminal Court of targeting African leaders, at least six police officers and 16 civilians are killed by IS in Iraqi city of Kirkuk, the American football coach who kisses his players before each match
Republican presidential candidate reserves the right to challenge 'questionable' outcome; Remembering Aberfan 50 years on; Facebook Messenger's conversation topics
Donald Trump refuses to say whether he'll accept the election result if he loses; Iraqi PM says operation to retake Mosul is proceeding quicker than planned; Australian man accused of killing his Tinder date found not guilty
Ralph Nader on US election, Fears for robotic probe on Mars, The German U-boat 'attacked by a monster'