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    Kept as a sex slave: A tragic consequence of Mali’s inter-tribal conflict | World News

    By Alistair Bunkall, defence and security correspondent in Bamako, Mali Precious can’t look me in the eye when I first say hello to her. It’s not...

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    This doctor survived Ebola. Now, he treats other sufferers | World News

    By John Sparks, Africa correspondent, in Beni Every time a doctor enters the treatment area at the Ebola medical centre in Beni, the support staff write...

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    Egypt ‘dismayed’ after BA cancels Cairo flights for seven days | World News

    By Tania Snuggs, news reporter Egypt’s aviation minister has expressed his dismay over British Airways’ decision to suspend flights to and from Cairo for a week....

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    Hong Kong’s protesters have hardened their resistance – now some want a revolution | UK News

    By Siobhan Robbins, South East Asia correspondent Once again Hong Kong’s air is thick with tear gas. Angry and determined, it’s protesters versus police in what...

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    A roaring success! Lion King dominates the box office on debut weekend | Ents & Arts News

    A star-studded version of The Lion King dominated the box office in its opening weekend, and had the most successful first three days of any Disney...

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    US heatwave: Police tell criminals to take the weekend off as temperatures soar | US News

    By Lucia Binding, news reporter Police in the US have told criminals to take the weekend off as a sweltering heatwave causes disruption across the East...

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    Several injured as 'car collides with crowds' at cemetery

    Several people have been injured – one of them seriously – amid reports a car has collided with crowds at a cemetery in Dundalk, Co Louth....