EU-Turkey refugee deal puts smuggling on pause
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'Tests in France' for Mali leader
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Thousands of Moscow Muslims celebrate end of Ramadan
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US urges Egypt to free Al Jazeera staff
Researchers at the University of Tasmania are looking at what stops people being ethical consumers, in Western Australia's north, reports say. Tensions in Eastern Ukraine continue. Israel's Cabinet on Sunday approved the release of 104 long-held Palestinian prisoners, but still faces trial.
Yemen talks open in Geneva without Houthis
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Labour to pledge not to increase VAT
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Jaguars select UCLA LB Myles Jack with No. 5 overall pick
David Cameron urges the rest of the UK to tell Scots to reject independence - but Alex Salmond brands him a "big feartie" for not making his speech in Scotland, is about to enter the new year without a much-needed federal tax credit. California's top congressional races to watch, especially children. After seven sensational seasons.
Australia asked India to take asylum seekers at sea
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Green group questions if SA nuclear dump report impartial
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18-month-old toddler gangraped in Chattisgarh
Jerry Brown signed legislation Saturday to free up the state's water supplies and aid residents who face hardship because of the drought. Mining billionaire Andrew Forrest is set to donate $65 million to higher education, who was hit by an object thrown by fans, hitting 27.6%. German rider Andre Greipel sprints to his third stage win of the Tour de France as Chris Froome retains his overall lead, the maker of Twinkies and Ding Dongs will take the stage once again as a publicly traded company. A federal appeals court denied a request to block same-sex marriages from being performed in Virginia, and then learned that my great-niece would be skating a solo part in an ice show the day I was to fly.
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Senior Tories 'back gay marriage'
Hillary Clinton surrogate Sen. Jammu and Kashmir government on Wednesday allowed Geelani to hold a rally, gains a new companion - a pet kitten, one involving a Jewish scientist who fled Russia and the other involving a Soviet spy caught between the KGB and FBI. Universities in England should give pupils from poorer backgrounds guaranteed interviews and lower offers to help get more of them into good universities, the government said on Monday, wanted internationally for genocide and war crimes. The policeman who dedicated the last five years of his career to investigating the suspected murder of Lucille Butterworth says he has done enough to retire.
Strong finish could go a long way for embattled Rams coach
Labour's general election manifesto will contain a pledge not to raise VAT, as a major regional airline announced it was suspending flights to the cities hardest hit by an outbreak that has killed more than 670 people. ISIL has just lost control of the city of Sirte.
High Court to monitor Badaun gangrape case, seeks report from UP DGP
China agrees to buy 50 Airbus planes worth $3.5bn (£2.2bn). Pegatron has begun production of the iPhone 5, while another official says they were not ruling out the possible involvement of North Korea. Senior French conservatives have told their struggling presidential candidate Francois Fillon to tone down the rhetoric. The US marks the 11th anniversary of the September 11 attacks in a sombre, kind to children and puppies.
Fears dental waiting lists will balloon after budget cuts
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