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Heavy defeat has forced Prime Minister Renzi to resign.
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South Korea's top bosses in corruption hearings; Russia, China block UN vote on Aleppo.
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S Korea says military computers hacked; Caesarean sections impact on human evolution.
S Korea says military computers hacked; Trial of former LRA commander at ICC.
S Korea fears military computer system hacked; English football manager on child abuse.
London is the beating heart of Europe's tech sector. Will it stay that way after Brexit?
Yelena Malyutina was a Soviet female bomber pilot who fought in WW2.
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The footballer and coach loved by the people of Iraq
Dominic Ongwen is accused of leading attacks on camps for internally displaced people
Tens of thousands pay their respects to the revered Tamil politician
Fred Swaniker from Ghana raised millions to train the next generation of African leaders.
Dominic Ongwen tells ICC judges he was a victim too
Dominic Ongwen faces 70 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Uganda
Overconfidence, poor evidence, party politics - why governments blunder. (R)
Arsenal need to win at Basel and hope PSG do not beat Ludogorets to finish top of group A
We hear from parents who regret having kids.
Fred Swaniker from Ghana raised millions to train the next generation of African leaders. (R)
Germany's Chancellor says full-face veil should be prohibited 'wherever legally possible'
Vivienne Nunis reports from Kenya on a raft of challenges facing the country's economy.
Reports say soldiers have captured five more districts, Merkel backs partial burka ban
Should we fear job losses to robots?
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