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Fergus Nicoll is live in Philadelphia for day three of the Democratic convention.
Nia Vardalos turned stories about her eccentric Greek-Canadian family into two hit films (R)
5/6 How is Germany dealing with hundreds of thousands of new migrants?
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When treating gunshot victims, could paramedics do more to save them by doing less (R)
US controversy over Clinton's mail; Freddie Gray charges dropped; Pakistan honour killing
Obama overshadowed by Trump; No charges in Freddie Gray case; Antibiotics in human nose
The story of the library in a besieged Syrian town providing a lifeline to its community
Trump overshadows Democratic Convention; Malawi girls campaigner; Kenya schools burning
Trump under fire for foreign policy blunder; Pakistan honour killing; Zimbabwe hotel
Obama praises Clinton; Pakistan honour killing; Pope Francis in Poland
Africans dream of owning a home of their own. We look at the options.
In 1976, one of the deadliest earthquakes in history hit the city of Tangshan in China
Why Ireland’s GDP figures showing 26 per cent growth in 2015 are hard to believe
Mr Obama praised Mrs Clinton at the Democratic convention in Philadelphia.
Defence ministry says it's working with Syrian army to allow civilians and rebels leave
Zola Budd and Mary Decker ran a race for glory that ended in disaster.
Pope continues Poland visit, Aleppo 'exit corridors', second French priest attacker named
The story of the library in a besieged Syrian town providing a lifeline to its community (R)
Corridors for Syrians to flee besieged city; Pope in Poland; New antibiotic
5/6 How is Germany dealing with hundreds of thousands of new migrants? (R)
Africans dream of owning a home of their own. We look at the options. (R)
Martin Patience in a desolate Nigerian palace and university - symbols of dashed hope
Six-time Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt has arrived in Rio ahead of the 2016 Games.
We talk to journalists in Turkey about the authorities closure of 131 media organisations
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Russia says corridors are to open to allow rebels and civilians to leave areas of Aleppo
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Zola Budd and Mary Decker ran a race for glory that ended in disaster. (R)
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Why Ireland’s GDP figures showing 26 per cent growth in 2015 are hard to believe (R)
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Kuwait City hits 54 degrees (R)
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