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Syria truce 'to be extended to Aleppo'
Russia's foreign minister says a unilateral truce declared by the Syrian military could be extended to the city of Aleppo within hours.
German pair 'tortured women to death'
A couple in north-western Germany used dating adverts to lure two women to their home then tortured them to death, police say.
Trump links Cruz's father to JFK death
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump suggests that Rafael Cruz, his main rival's father, was connected to President John F Kennedy's assassin.
Russia 'nuclear sabre-rattling' - US
The US defence secretary accuses Russia of "nuclear sabre-rattling" and says the US has had to step up its military presence on Nato's eastern flank.
Rock legends to play US 'mega-festival'
A festival featuring Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan is confirmed for the US in October.
Satirist says Merkel 'filleted' him
A German comedian under investigation for mocking the Turkish president accuses Angela Merkel of "serving" him up to a "despot".
US serviceman dies in IS attack in Iraq
The US says an American serviceman has been killed in northern Iraq, hours after so-called Islamic State militants launched a series of attacks in the region.
Olympic flame arrives in Brazil
The Olympic flame arrives in Brazil three months ahead of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro as the country faces a deepening political crisis.
Italian food theft ruled 'not a crime'
A homeless man did not commit a crime when he stole small quantities of food, an Italian court rules, because he clearly acted out of need.
Baby saved after four days in rubble
A six-month-old girl is rescued from the debris of a building that collapsed four days ago in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi.
Messi boy flees Afghan threats
An Afghan boy who wore a homemade Lionel Messi shirt flees to Pakistan with his family, who say they received kidnap threats after he shot to fame.
Indonesia sex toy mistaken for 'angel'
Indonesian police have confiscated a sex toy from a remote village after its inhabitants and some on social media mistook it for an "angel".

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