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African migrants break Melilla fence

Hundreds of migrants break through a 6m (19ft) fence that separates Morocco from the European Union in the Spanish territory of Melilla.

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CNN Preview: Sting

Click to view slideshow. In an upcoming addition of "CNN Preview", Becky interviews Sting about what inspires him as a musician, and the release of his first album in a decade. Look out for the interview coming soon on Connect the World. Images © Darren Bull/CNN

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Govt should not bow down to militants for peace talks: Altaf

KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain said on Tuesday that the government should not bow down in front of the militants in order to make peace talks a reality. Addressing a gathering of MQM supporters and media in Karachi, the MQM chief said that if the government caves in to the demands of the militants, conditions in the country ...

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UN honours nun for LRA victim work

A nun helping LRA victims in DR Congo is to receive a top UN award and meet the Pope, telling the BBC she will ask him to forgive rebel leader Joseph Kony.

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Creepy countdown to Jenner’s 18th

There are stories you just wish weren’t true, and for me, a mom of two young girls, this is one of them: media outlets counting the days until Kendall Jenner, one of the youngest members of the Kardashian clan, turns 18.

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VIDEO: Bolshoi acid attack director’s comeback

The artistic director of the Bolshoi Ballet, who was injured in an acid attack earlier this year, has returned to Russia and has made his first public appearance after six months of treatment abroad.

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World powers bicker over Syria enforcement

Days after Russia and the U.S. came to a deal on getting Syria to give up its chemical weapons, world powers quarrel over the details.

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Genomes of big cats revealed

International scientists have mapped the genomes of the tiger, lion and snow leopard, in conservation efforts to protect endangered species.

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Meet the CEO feeding the world

Helene Gayle must be one of the few chief executives working to eradicate her own job. The first African American female boss of poverty charity CARE, talks about some of the challenges of feeding the world

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VIDEO: New hospital inspections under way

Changes to the way hospitals in England are inspected which will see longer, more thorough checks carried out by bigger teams, are under way.

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Not guilty: MQM’s Nadeem Hashmi released

KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader and former MPA Nadeem Hashmi will be released from police custody, Express News reported on Tuesday. The investigation team for the case found the MQM leader to be not guilty in the killing of two policemen. Hashmi had been arrested from his residence for alleged involvement in the double murder. He was booked and arrested under terrorism ...

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Sridevi’s daughter to follow in her footsteps?

Sridevi entered filmdom and with her stellar performances in movies such as Mr. India, Nagina and Chandni, she instantly built herself a strong fan base. Like most women in our part of the world, she later decided it was time to leave her career behind and fulfill her role as a wife and mother. But after a long hiatus, she ...

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Should we vilify the rich?

John Sutter says we’ve turned the rich into caricatures. Two years after Occupy Wall Street, it’s time to rethink their role as American villains.

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