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Afghan suicide mosque attacks kill dozens of worshippers
At least 40 people are killed as Shia worshippers are targeted in two separate attacks.
Catalonia crisis: Spain plans for elections as independence row grows
The region's parliament would be dissolved as part of measures to impose direct control.
Malawi cracks down on 'vampire' lynch mobs
Some 140 arrests are made over deadly attacks on people accused of sucking their victims' blood.
Nuclear North Korea is non-negotiable, diplomat says
The US should be "prepared to co-exist with" a nuclear North Korea, a diplomat from Pyongyang says.
Iraq Kurds: Army claims full control of Kirkuk province
Kurdish forces have not confirmed reports that they have given up the last area under their control.
São Paulo's food pellets plan for poor children divides Brazil
A row is brewing over plans to use reconstituted food from leftovers near expiry to feed poor kids.
Top Chinese officials 'plotted to overthrow Xi Jinping'
A top official's claim of a power struggle has contradicted the Communist Party's unified image.
EU paves way for post-Brexit trade talks
EU leaders say there is not enough progress to start trade talks yet, but they hope to begin in December.
MH370: Malaysia in talks with US firm to restart plane search
The Malaysian government is exploring a "no find-no fee" style deal with Texas-based company Ocean Infinity.
Czech election: Billionaire Andrej Babis poised to win
Andrej Babis's party, ANO (Yes), is leading opinion polls but is not expected to secure a majority.
New Zealand to hold cannabis referendum within three years
Its surprise new prime minister-elect gives some policy clues as she limbers up to rule in coalition.
World Cup 2018: Sepp Blatter will accept Vladimir Putin's invitation to Russia
Former Fifa president Sepp Blatter says he will accept an invitation to the World Cup from Russia leader Vladimir Putin.



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