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Alain Juppé says he won't run as Republicans leader in France, Philippines Duterte death squad testimony, soy 'can help prevent' breast cancer, Jamaica's vinyl revival
North Korea launches four ballistic missiles towards the Sea of Japan, WHO says air pollution one of the most pernicious threats facing global health, pioneering transplant surgeon Dr Thomas Starzl remembered
US media says FBI director dismisses President Trump's claims over tapped phones, Francois Fillon says no one can force him to withdraw his candidacy for the French presidency, Living inside the Syrian city of Raqqa, which is under the control of the self-styled Islamic State
Barack Obama's spokesperson rejects President Trump's phone tapping claims, Malaysia expels North Korean ambassador over criticism of murder investigation into Kim Jong-nam, Body art and tattoo culture go on display in Argentina
12 people injured in a chemical weapons attack in the Iraqi city / Human remains found at Irish Catholic maternity home / British secret service looks for a new kind of spy
Francois Fillon's presidential campaign in meltdown as chief spokesperson stands down, Why ordinary people seem not to be welcome at the Chinese People's Congress, Zimbabwe government asks for aid following devastating drought and flood.