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Global rallies demand climate action
Demonstrations take place worldwide to demand action to stop climate change, but a protest in Paris is hit by violence, with tear gas fired and more than 200 arrested.
Turkey and EU strike migrants deal
Turkey and European leaders have struck a deal to try to control the flow of migrants and refugees to Europe.
Pope seeks change in conflict zone CAR
Pope Francis makes his first visit to a conflict zone, saying he hopes next month's polls in the Central African Republic will open a "new chapter".
Cool abortion debate - Colorado governor
Colorado's state governor urges both sides of the US abortion debate to "tone down the rhetoric", following Friday's family planning clinic attack.
Israel suspends EU role in peace talks
Israel suspends diplomatic contact with EU officials involved in the Middle East peace process, after a row over EU moves to label West Bank settlement goods.
Turkey to hand over Russia pilot's body
Turkey is preparing to send back to Russia the body of the pilot killed after his plane was shot down on the Syrian border by Turkish forces.
Beijing issues severe smog warning
Authorities in the Chinese capital Beijing issue their highest smog alert so far this year after pollution readings reach 17 times safe levels.
Thousands mourn Turkish lawyer's death
Thousands mourn the death of a prominent pro-Kurdish lawyer, who was shot dead in Turkey's south-eastern city of Diyarbakir on Saturday.
Influential US paper backs Christie
Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie receives the endorsement of an influential paper in New Hampshire ahead of the Republican primary there.
Iran seeks $30bn of new oil contracts
Iran overhauls the way in which it offers contracts to foreign energy companies in a bid to attract up to $30bn of new investment.
Eco activists fill Paris with spoof ads
More than 600 artworks critiquing corporate sponsors of the UN climate summit are installed in advertising spaces across Paris on the eve of the talks.
Adele's new album breaks US records
Adele's comeback album - 25 - has sold a record-breaking 3.38 million copies in its first week on sale in the US, according to Nielsen Music.

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