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At least 80 Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped from Chibok by Islamist militants released, French electoral commission appeals for Emmanuel Macron's hacked files not to be spread, Villagers on Pacific island who worship Prince Philip as a God are worried about his retirement bringing misfortune.
It comes a month ahead of a general election; Iranian presidential candidates take part in second live debate; researchers say swearing is good for you
North Korea has accused the United States and South Korea of plotting to assassinate its leader, Kim Jong-un. Also China's first domestically made airliner, and a warm welcome for the Argentine mountaineer rescued from Canada's highest peak.
Neymar ordered to stand trial in Spain, The Duke's gaffes, Basketball players permitted to wear headgear
Queen Elizabeth's husband, Prince Philip, steps down from duties as he approaches 96.
Also, how an Afghan warlord has returned to mainstream politics, an attempt to repeal Obamacare in Washington with a vote in the House of Representatives and should women boycott chores?
French presidential hopefuls meet ahead of election on Sunday; FBI director answers questions on Clinton email investigation; Facebook hires thousands to review live content