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US fails to extract most dangerous Islamic State prisoners in Syria
US forces have failed to extract many of the most dangerous Islamic State prisoners out of Kurdish detention sites in Syria, only relocating two British militants dubbed the "Beatles", a source told Sky News.
US betrayal of Kurds destroys the West's credibility for years to come
The Kurds have been sold down the Euphrates.
Nobel economics prize winner Esther Duflo hopes to inspire other women
One of the winners of this year's Nobel Prize for economics says she hopes her achievement will inspire other women to take up the subject.
Divine intervention? Pope accidentally gives his blessing to New Orleans Saints
There may be a few American football players giving thanks today after a possible case of divine intervention.
New royal puppies revive bloodline of late Thai king's old hound
Four years after the late king of Thailand mourned his beloved pet dog, the country has shown off eight new puppies related to the old royal hound.
William and Kate arrive in Pakistan in first royal visit to the country in 13 years
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have arrived in Pakistan for a five-day visit which aims to focus on strengthening ties and addressing challenges such as climate change.
Who is Joseph Plateau? Google celebrates 218th birthday of Belgian physicist
Google is celebrating the 218th birthday of Joseph Antoine Ferdinand Plateau, whose invention led to the birth of cinema.
Catalonia leader jailed for 13 years over independence referendum
Spain's supreme court has sentenced Catalonia's former deputy leader to 13 years in prison over his role in a banned 2017 independence referendum.
Typhoon Hagibis: Rescuers dig for missing in mudslides as 48 killed
Rescue crews in Japan are digging through mudslides and searching rivers for those missing after a typhoon killed 48 people.
Japan 'quietly and efficiently' recovers from Typhoon Hagibis
Standing on top of the wreckage, all seven of the Yarita family shifted heavy wood or pulled out their possessions from the debris.
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