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Hong Kong Polytechnic University: Protesters arrested as they run from campus
After a fiery overnight stand-off, some protesters try to leave but police react with tear gas.
Panorama Investigation: War crimes scandal exposed
British Special Forces have been accused of covering up the killings of four young Afghans in 2012.
Israel-Gaza clash: Why Hamas chose restraint
Unusually, Gaza's rulers stayed out of the recent fighting, but the next time might be different.
France returns Omar Tall's sword to Senegal
It belonged to 19th Century leader Omar Saidou Tall who fought French imperial forces in Senegal.
Children fish WW2 ammunition from pond with magnet in Germany
The three children in eastern Germany were not hurt and alerted police about their find.
Israel Folau criticised for 'appalling' Australia bushfire remarks
Israel Folau used a sermon to link Australia's bushfire crisis to same-sex marriage and abortion laws.
Bolivia crisis: Food and fuel shortages as death toll mounts
The interim government says it has flown supplies into La Paz to avoid protesters' road blocks.
Australian politicians banned from China 'will not repent' for criticism
Andrew Hastie and James Paterson have refused to "repent" for their criticism of the country.
Michael Bloomberg apologises for 'stop-and-frisk' policy
The former New York mayor backed a tactic that disproportionately targeted black and Latino residents.
Sri Lanka election: Wartime defence chief Rajapaksa wins presidency
Gotabaya Rajapaksa is declared the winner in a poll that has split the country along ethnic lines.
Artist will.i.am accuses Qantas flight attendant of racism
The US musician was met by police at Sydney airport after a disagreement with a flight attendant.
Venice floods: Further warnings of high tides
Large parts of the centre of the Italian city have been hit by exceptionally high tides for the third time in a week.



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