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Insects pose threat to inlay work at India’s Taj Mahal
Fire at Thailand school for poor tibal girls kills 17
Iraq forces launch assault on ISIS bastion Fallujah
Pope meets top Egypt cleric, ends relation freeze
Blasts kill over 120 in Syrian government-held cities
Austria says presidential election result due earlier, after 1330 GMT
Revealed: Saudi Arabia owns $117 billion of U.S. debt
69th session of World Health Assembly kicks off
Netanyahu rejects France peace bid, but says willing to meet Abbas in person
Bear bites one of two men who broke into North Dakota zoo, police say
Flood-hit Sri Lankans face uncertain future
Report: North America has lost 1 billion birds since 1970
Barack Obama lifts decadesold US arms ban to Vietnam
64% of Europeans would vote in favor, 4% would stop working
Thieves steal $13mn from Japanese ATMs in just 3 hours
UK would lose at least 500,000 jobs after Brexit vote – Osborne
Yemen suicide attacks kill at least 45 army recruits
Libyan coastguards intercept 7 boats carrying 850 migrants near Tripoli
Biodegradable plastic ‘false solution’ for ocean waste problem
Greece says to begin evacuating migrants camped at border within days
NASA’s Valkyrie robots set the table for human life on Mars
Greek parliament approves bailout measures
Austria: Tight presidential election reveals a split nation
Australia’s worst invasive plant species available for import on Amazon and eBay
What does your favorite breakfast food say about you? – TEST
Dinosaurs may have had lips that hid teeth, research suggests
Obama in Vietnam to boost ties
Sri Lanka floods expected to cost at least $1.5 billion
India successfully tests winged reusable launch vehicle
Multiple bombings kill more than 70 in Syria
6 dead in pair of nightclub shootings in Mexico
100 thieves steal $13m in three hours from cash machines across Japan
U.S. will lift embargo on arms sales to Vietnam
Explosions hit near bus station in Syria’s Latakia, victims reported
Club owned by Shell tries to block local hydropower scheme
Iraq announces start of Falluja operation, some residents flee
Germany’s Bayer makes $62bn offer to buy US firm Monsanto
Obama announces lifting of Vietnam arms embargo
Just What Were Donald Trump’s Ties to the Mob?
This Is What the Future of American Politics Looks Like
Ukraine threatens to ban Gorbachev from entering Europe
Gabriel Garcia Marquez ashes laid to rest in Colombia’s Cartagena
Villages in ashes after deadly Indonesia volcano eruption
South Korea rejects North’s military talks offer
Thailand dormitory fire kills 17 schoolgirls
New poll shows Trump beating Clinton in general election
Barack Obama says no apology for atomic bomb on Hiroshima visit
Austrian presidential run-off too close to call