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N Korea to cut hotlines with South
North Korea vows to cut two crucial military communication hotlines with the South, as tension rises after the North's recent rocket and nuclear tests.
Nato offers people-smuggling patrols
Nato is ready to patrol the Aegean Sea to deter people-smugglers taking migrants from Turkey to Greece, US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter says.
Former Auschwitz guard goes on trial
A 94-year-old former Nazi SS guard at the Auschwitz death camp goes on trial in Germany over the murder of at least 170,000 people.
Powers divided over Syria ceasefire
A US push for an immediate ceasefire in Syria runs into Russian opposition ahead of talks aimed at reviving stalled peace negotiations on the conflict.
Oregon occupiers 'ready to surrender'
The armed occupiers of a US wildlife reserve in the state of Oregon are preparing to surrender, a member of the group says on a live internet feed.
Six children killed in France bus crash
Officials in western France say six school pupils have been killed in a collision involving a bus in Rochefort.
Anxiety drags down European markets
London's top shares fall nearly 3%, while other European markets see even bigger falls, amid anxiety about the health of the global economy.
Two in court over Alan Kurdi smuggling
Two suspected people-smugglers are on trial in connection with the death of Syrian boy Alan Kurdi and four other people.
Protesters in court over HK 'rioting'
Thirty-seven people appear in court in Hong Kong charged with rioting over food stall protests in Mong Kok earlier this week.
Pro-Erdogan Turkish papers 'attacked'
Assailants hurl petrol bombs and fire shots at the offices of two pro-government Turkish newspapers in Istanbul, the papers and the police say.
Pope despatches 'super-confessors'
Pope Francis sends more than 1,000 priests on a global mission to forgive grave sins that normally only he, or a top Church official, may pardon.
India schools shut over leopard fears
More than 100 schools are closed in Bangalore after reports that another leopard is sighted on the outskirts of the Indian city.

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