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Somali airliner 'was holed by bomb'
A blast that punched a large hole in the fuselage of a passenger plane at Somalia's Mogadishu airport on Tuesday was caused by a bomb, officials say.
Syrian refugee numbers soar at border
The number of Syrians trying to cross into Turkey amid an upsurge of fighting has nearly doubled to 35,000, a Turkish official says.
Skiers killed in Austrian avalanche
Five Czech skiers have been killed in a huge avalanche in the Austrian Alps that buried 17 people, local police say.
Bhutan's queen gives birth to heir
Bhutan's King Jigme Wangchuck and Queen Jetsun Pema have their first child, who becomes crown prince of the remote Himalayan kingdom.
Sixth man on Moon Edgar Mitchell dies
US astronaut Edgar Mitchell, who was the sixth man to walk on the Moon and had an "epiphany" in space, dies at the age of 85.
North Korea advances 'satellite' launch
North Korea reportedly advances the date of its controversial "satellite" launch suspected to be a cover for weapons testing
Rescuers hunt for Taiwan quake missing
Rescuers are searching the rubble of a high-rise apartment block in southern Taiwan, after an earthquake that kills at least 14 people.
'Further arrests' over UK pilot killing
Five people have now been arrested in connection with the killing of a UK pilot whose helicopter was shot down by poachers in Tanzania, his employer says.
Pentagon releases prisoner abuse photos
The Pentagon releases nearly 200 photographs linked to allegations of abuse by the US military in Iraq and Afghanistan over a decade ago.
UN human rights chief in Sri Lanka probe
The UN's top human rights official arrives in Sri Lanka amid concerns that the country's president is backtracking on promises to investigate war crimes.
LA mayor's slow jam about road closure
The mayor of Los Angeles comes up with novel way of warning residents about a major traffic closure: singing a slow jam.
Rare Ferrari sells for 32m euros
A Ferrari 335 Sport Scaglietti racing car, built in 1957, has sold at auction in Paris for 32m euros.

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