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North Korea fires long-range rocket
North Korea fires a long-range rocket in defiance of international warnings, saying it successfully placed a satellite in orbit.
Rubio assailed by Republican rivals
Senator Marco Rubio is on the receiving end from several Republican rivals seeking the party's presidential nomination, in a fractious TV debate.
EU calls on Turkey to let in refugees
Officials in the EU urge Turkey to let in tens of thousands of Syrian refugees trapped on its border after fleeing fighting.
Sangin 'on verge of falling to Taliban'
The key Afghanistan district of Sangin in Helmand is once again on the verge of falling to the Taliban, an Afghan commander tells the BBC.
Tunisia builds anti-terror barrier
Tunisia says it has completed the first part of a 200km (125-mile) barrier along its border with Libya, which is designed to deter terrorism.
Man rescued from Taiwan quake rubble
Rescuers pull 20-year-old man from the rubble more than a day after an earthquake in Taiwan, but at least 124 people remain missing
Haiti agrees on transitional government
Politicians in Haiti reach an agreement to install a transitional government hours before President Michel Martelly is due to step down.
China's currency reserves plunge
China's efforts to prop up its currency result in a $99.5bn plunge in its foreign currency reserves in January.
Burkina militants free Australian woman
Militants freed an Australian woman kidnapped with her husband last month in Burkina Faso, where they provided health services.
Armed checkpoints after weigh-in murder
Armed police in the Republic of Ireland are manning checkpoints in a bid to prevent retaliation for the murder of a man at a boxing weigh-in in Dublin.
Zika virus fails to spoil carnival
Millions of people celebrate the first day of the annual carnival festivities across Brazil despite concerns about the recent Zika virus outbreak.
LA mayor's slow jam about road closure
The mayor of Los Angeles comes up with novel way of warning residents about a major traffic closure: singing a slow jam.

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