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The US Treasury warns the EU about tax investigations into companies like Apple.
A soldier's quest to reunite lost war medals with their rightful owners (R)
3/5 Hearing voices was once considered a sign of madness but has there been a cultural shift?
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Turkish escalation in Syria; Zimbabwe's cash shortage; Ukraine independence
Colombian peace deal; Earthquake in Italy; Interpol targets found in Mexico
How Russia is dealing with dissent in the run up to elections in September
Italian quake; Colombia's Farc sign peace deal; Earth-like planet just round the corner
Colombia peace deal; Social media criticised over terrorist groups; Self-contained robots
Devastating Italian quake; Kabul attack; Australian gold nugget
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An audacious military mission to bring electricity to southern Afghanistan.
Has 2016 been a particularly bad year for terrorism in Europe?
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The death toll rises to more than 240 as thousands of rescuers hunt for survivors.
Takashi Niigaki secretly composed some of Japan's most successful symphonies
More than 240 dead in Italy earthquake, political turmoil in Maldives, driverless taxis
How Russia is dealing with dissent in the run up to elections in September (R)
Search for quake survivors winds down; Turkey warns Syrian Kurds; dead dodo for sale
3/5 Hearing voices was once considered a sign of madness but has there been a cultural shift? (R)
Been denied a pay rise - again? How to find enjoyment in the everyday drudgery of work. (R)
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