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Syria conflict 'out of control' - Kerry
US Secretary of State John Kerry says the Syrian conflict is "in many ways out of control", as he tries to salvage a nine-week truce.
Bitcoin industry 'sceptical' of Satoshi
Scepticism has greeted claims by Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright's claim to be the mysterious creator of the digital currency.
Prince's family starts dividing assets
The family members of pop singer Prince are beginning the process of dividing up the singer's sizeable assets.
Leak 'shows risk of EU-US trade deal'
Leaked documents from EU-US trade talks reveal a risk to European standards, says Greenpeace - but EU officials strongly reject the claim.
Detroit teachers hold 'sick-out'
Detroit Public School teachers are holding a "sick-out" to protest funding levels for the already-struggling district.
Queues mar Brussels airport reopening
Some passengers miss flights as long queues form at Brussels Airport as it reopens its departure hall some 40 days after the suicide attacks in March.
Trump accuses China of trade 'rape'
Republican Party front-runner Donald Trump steps up his criticism of China's trade policy, accusing it of "raping" the US.
Scientists raise fear of higher Zika risk
The Zika virus may be even more dangerous than previously thought, affecting the babies of up to 20% of pregnant women who contract it, scientists in Brazil tell the BBC.
Brazil blocks WhatsApp in probe row
A Brazilian judge blocks messaging service WhatsApp for 72 hours after its owner Facebook failed to hand over information required in a criminal investigation.
Thousands mourn Papa Wemba at memorial
Thousands of people attend the first day of official commemorations in DR Congo to mark the sudden death of music star Papa Wemba.
Reckitt Benckiser says sorry for deaths
The head of a South Korean division of a UK company is slapped by an angry relative as he apologises for selling a disinfectant that killed about 100 people.
Berlin airport 'whistleblower poisoned'
German prosecutors investigate allegations that a senior engineer was poisoned in relation to an ongoing corruption scandal hanging over Berlin's new airport.

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