Mitsubishi: apologises for WWII forced labour
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Mitsubishi: apologises for WWII forced labour

The handshake that ends 70 years of suffering. #UPDATE WWII POW James Murphy shakes hands…

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At least 27 dead in explosion in Turkish town close to border with Syria
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At least 27 dead in explosion in Turkish town close to border with Syria

At least 27 people are reported killed after an explosion at a cultural centre in…

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Greek banks reopen but many restrictions remain
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Greek banks reopen but many restrictions remain

Greeks finally saw their banks reopen on Monday (July 20) but many restrictions remain. Customers…

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US ‘friendly fire’ kills at least 10 Afghan troops
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US ‘friendly fire’ kills at least 10 Afghan troops

Security officials say 10 Afghan soldiers have been killed by a US airstrike in Logar…

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Education on the move: boosting learning in isolated communities – learning world
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Education on the move: boosting learning in isolated communities – learning world

When it comes to schooling, children can fall behind if they live in isolated or…

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US-Cuba: diplomatic relations formally restored
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US-Cuba: diplomatic relations formally restored

After 54 years, the United States and Cuba have formally restored full diplomatic relations. Après…

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FIFA meeting expected to release date for presidency election
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FIFA meeting expected to release date for presidency election

FIFA officials have held their first meeting in Zurich since a corruption scandal tore through…

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Greek banks to reopen after a three-week shutdown
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Greek banks to reopen after a three-week shutdown

Long queues are expected as Greek banks reopen after a three-week shutdown. Basic services will…

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Chadian despot Hissene Habre’s trial to begin in Senegal
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Chadian despot Hissene Habre’s trial to begin in Senegal

The “historical trial”:http://www.euronews.com/2015/07/14/alleged-victims-of-former-chadian-dictator-hissene-habre-get-their-day-in-court/ of the former dictator of Chad, Hissene Habre, begins Monday in Senegal.…

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US: Iran nuclear deal leaves military option open
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US: Iran nuclear deal leaves military option open

The US Defence Secretary Ash Carter arriving in Israel. has arrived in Israel on the…

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