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Cosby to stand trial in sex assault case
Actor and comedian Bill Cosby could face up to 10 years in prison after being ordered to stand trial on charges of sexual assault.
IS 'destroyed aircraft' at Syria base
New satellite imagery appears to reveal extensive damage to a major airbase in Syria used by Russia after an attack by Islamic State militants.
New tests find Russian athletes positive
The Russian Olympic Committee says 14 of its athletes at the 2008 Beijing Olympics have tested positive for doping during re-tests of their samples.
No visas, no migrant deal, warns Turkey
Turkey's parliament will block a deal on the migrant crisis with the EU if Turks do not gain visa-free travel, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warns.
Google's Paris HQ raided in tax probe
French finance officials raid the Paris offices of US internet giant Google as part of a €1.6bn tax fraud investigation.
Clinton and Trump sharpen their attacks
US presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have sharpened their attacks as they both turn their attention to the general election.
Italy protest over 'mafia exam rigging'
Protests are held in Rome after it emerged that Italy's mafia may have organised large-scale cheating during an entry exam for prison guards.
Strike hits all French oil refineries
A strike over new labour laws spreads to all of France's eight oil refineries, the CGT union says, in an escalating dispute with the government.
Jihadist victim's father exacts revenge
The father of a Lebanese soldier who was abducted and killed by jihadist militants takes revenge by killing the nephew of the man he holds responsible.
Iraqi civilians 'at great risk' in Falluja
The UN says it is very concerned for some 50,000 civilians still in the Iraqi city of Falluja, where the army is battling Islamic State militants.
Nigerian state in 'tomato emergency'
A state of emergency is called in the Nigerian state of Kaduna after 80% of tomatoes are reportedly destroyed by pests.
Myanmar man guilty of 'penis tattoo' post
A Burmese man who posted a poem on Facebook about having the ex-president's image tattooed on his penis is found guilty of online defamation.



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