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Turkey-Russia worsening relations, Syrian refugees in Russia, Panic at Kenyan university
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Japan's whaling fleet, Mandela relative partially blinded, Stampede at Kenyan university
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Tabassum Adnan is bringing justice to the Swat Valley
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