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Syria conflict: 'Families leave' besieged Aleppo
Dozens of families have left besieged areas of the city of Aleppo along a humanitarian corridor, Syrian state media says.
Belgium arrests brothers over planned attacks
Two brothers suspected of planning attacks have been arrested in Belgium in an anti-terror operation, prosecutors say.
Hundreds rally in Australia over juvenile 'torture' footage
Hundreds of people hold protests in major cities across Australia after footage emerged showing boys being abused in juvenile detention.
Turkey-PKK conflict: Dozens killed in south-east clashes
The Turkish military kills 35 Kurdish militants who tried to storm an army base in the south-east, officials say.
Armenia police clash with protesters amid hostage crisis
Dozens are injured as police in the Armenian capital, Yerevan, clash with supporters of gunmen holding hostages in a police station for nearly two weeks.
Turkey's Erdogan to drop lawsuits against people who insulted him
Turkey's president says he will withdraw all lawsuits against people charged with insulting him, as a gesture to the unity shown since the failed coup.
Pope Francis visits predecessor John Paul II's shrine
Thousands attend a mass celebrated by Pope Francis at a church dedicated to the late Polish Pope John Paul II in the city of Krakow.
Clinton campaign 'hacked' along with other Democratic groups
Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign is hacked as part of a larger cyber attack against Democratic Party institutions, US media report.
UN Security Council agrees to send police to Burundi
The UN Security Council authorises the deployment of a UN police force to Burundi to try to quell violence and human rights abuses.
Prince death: Judge snubs claims by 29 would-be heirs
A judge in the US state of Minnesota dismisses claims by 29 people who said they were Prince's heirs, including five men who said they were his father.
Ottawa funeral after police arrest row
Hundreds of people attend the funeral of a mentally ill black man in Ottawa who died following a confrontation with Canadian police.
Ex-Guatemala football chief Jimenez pleads guilty to bribes
Brayan Jimenez, a former head of Guatemala's football federation, pleads guilty in a US court to racketeering and wire fraud.



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