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Donors pledge millions at Uganda refugee summit

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Depp plumbs depths of bad taste

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THE WORLD THIS WEEK

France's new frontman, America's absent center, May's Brexit gambit, Saudi royal reshuffle, after Mosul & Raqqa fall

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REVISITED

Senegal’s Casamance hopes for new era of peace

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THE INTERVIEW

FARC disarmament a 'historic day' for Colombia, says president

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FASHION

Cruise collections: All aboard for Dior and Chanel's latest fashions

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ENCORE!

Colombia comes to France

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#THE 51%

The last taboo: Helping women and girls. Period.

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DOWN TO EARTH

Who benefits when the ice caps melt?

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