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Canadian wildfire halts rescue convoy
The only evacuation convoy leaving the Canadian city of Fort McMurray has been suspended due to 200ft (61m) flames flanking the road, officials say.
Panama Papers source breaks silence
The source behind the leak of the Panama Papers speaks for the first time, offering to help with prosecutions in return for immunity.
Turkey jails prominent journalists
Prominent Turkish journalists Can Dundar and Erdem Gul are jailed for revealing state secrets.
Colombia to use warplanes against gangs
Colombia announces it will use military force, including air strikes, against major criminal gangs.
Go your own way, Erdogan tells EU
Turkey's president tells the EU it will not change its anti-terror laws in return for visa-free travel, saying "we'll go our way, you go yours".
Baseball games moved due to Zika fears
Two Major League Baseball games scheduled to take place in Puerto Rico are moved due to players' concerns about the Zika virus.
N Korea leader praises nuclear tests
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un opens rare party congress by praising nuclear achievements in front of thousands of delegates.
Syrian troops 'storm mutinous prison'
Syrian government troops storm a prison in the central city of Hama to try to put down a mutiny among some 800 inmates, monitors say.
Cologne sex attack charge dismissed
A judge in the German city of Cologne dismisses sexual assault charges against an Algerian man, in the first trial over sexual crimes at New Year celebrations.
Afghan raid 'frees captives of Taliban'
More than 60 people held by the Taliban in the south of Afghanistan are freed by special forces in an overnight operation, Nato officials say.
Policeman held over three US shootings
A police officer is in custody after a string of fatal shootings in suburban Washington over a 24-hour period.
Brazil committee backs Rousseff trial
A senate committee in the Brazilian congress votes in favour of President Dilma Rousseff facing trial for breaking budget laws.

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