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China hits back at US over South China Sea claims
A Trump spokesman sparked alarm by saying the US would protect its South China Sea interests.
Model Hanne Gaby Odiele reveals she is intersex to 'break taboo'
Hanne Gaby Odiele reveals she was born with undescended testicles, saying it is "not a big deal".
Rigopiano Hotel avalanche: Five bodies found, 15 still missing
Six more bodies are found, but firefighters hope there may be survivors behind a concrete wall.
UK government loses Brexit vote appeal
Parliament must vote on whether the government can start Brexit, the Supreme Court rules.
Helicopter carrying six crashes in Italy
The rescue helicopter with six people on board came down after rescuing an injured skier.
Mosul battle: Children return to schools in recaptured east
Thirty schools reopen, allowing 16,000 children to resume their education after years of IS rule.
Syria conflict: Iran, Russia and Turkey 'to enforce' truce
Iran, Russia and Turkey say they will jointly enforce a fragile three-week cessation of hostilities.
Roman Polanski pulls out of Cesars jury after outrage
Film director Roman Polanski quits the Cesars jury following outrage from women right's groups.
Giulio Regeni: Egypt airs video of murdered Italian student
Footage shows Giulio Regeni being repeatedly asked for money before his murder.
India to measure whether Everest shrank in Nepal quake
Researchers will be sent to the world's highest mountain to assess whether its height changed.
Australia and New Zealand to pursue 'TPP 12 minus one'
Nations hope to move forward with the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal after America withdraws.
Western Sahara: Forty years in a refugee camp
Thousands of Sahrawis, natives of Western Sahara, have been living in refugee camps in Algeria for some 40 years. As the political deadlock continues, they face a cut in aid.



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