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Colombia's Farc officially ceases to be an armed group
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A helicopter has apparently tried to bomb the Supreme Court
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A helicopter reportedly flown by a police officer drops grenades on Venezuelan Court.
Cypriot leaders are set for fresh talks to try to reunite the Mediterranean island.
The Venezuelan Supreme Court has been attacked with guns and grenades from a helicopter.
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How have the hopes and fears of Hong Kong's handover from Britain to China played out? (R)
The talks have been described as the best chance yet to find a solution for the island
A revolutionary skin patch has been developed to replace the traditional flu injection
Peter White explores the sounds and smells of London’s Square Mile
Song Byeok worked for the regime in North Korea before fleeing the country.
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Stephen Sackur speaks to the American Screenwriter and LGBTQ activist Dustin Lance Black (R)
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Song Byeok worked for the regime in North Korea before fleeing the country. (R)
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Peter White explores the sounds and smells of London’s Square Mile (R)
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