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Turkey targeted: Islamic State Group blamed for Istanbul attack (part 1)

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Turkey targeted: Terror attack coincides with foreign policy pivot (part 2)

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" We have a lot that we can do together to make Middle East a better place"

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Will Bolivia see a lithium boom?

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Child refugees: Inside Turkey's hidden sweatshops

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Film show: 'The Red Turtle', 'Camping 3' and 'The Balkan Trilogy'

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After Brexit, is a Frexit possible?

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Vodafone warns it could move HQ out of UK

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French people against a 'Frexit' referendum

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EYE ON AFRICA

Latest update : 2013-11-06

Bodies of French journalists killed in Mali prepared for return home

Malian and French government officials join former colleagues of two murdered journalists to pay their respects in Bamako. Ghislaine Dupont and Claude Verlon worked for France 24's sister station RFI and were abducted and killed doing their jobs in northern Mali on Saturday. And on the first day of his incitement to murder trial, Egypt's ousted president insists the court has no authority and he is still the rightful leader.

By Georja Calvin-Smith

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