BBC World Service
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Syrian government troops capture more areas of eastern Aleppo from rebels, Turkish authorities accused of torturing people detained after failed coup, Fidel Castro's African legacy, is a quantum computing revolution on the way ?
Syria army makes rapid gains in Aleppo, Uganda police arrest king over clashes, Recycling coffee cups
Cuba announces nine days of national mourning, The Chinese and Russian presidents both said their countries had lost a good friend, Many Cuban exiles in Miami celebrate
Fidel Castro - who led Cuba for nearly half a century - has died at ninety. Many world leaders have paid tribute, but Castro's critics have celebrated his death.
US Green Party requests presidential poll recount in Wisconsin; another Brazilian minister resigns over corruption accusations; firecrackers ban in Delhi
French terror suspects 'planned attack', More footballers in Britain tell of sexual abuse, Iceland - country or grocery shop?