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Brazil's Dilma Rousseff defends record at impeachment trial
Brazil's suspended President Dilma Rousseff defends her record before the impeachment trial in the Senate and says accusations are "pretexts" for a "coup".
Syria war: US warns over Turkish-Kurdish violence
The US says fighting between Turkey, pro-Turkish rebels and Kurdish-aligned forces in northern Syria is "unacceptable" and must stop.
Anthony Weiner scandal: Huma Abedin splits from sexting husband
Hillary Clinton's personal aide, Huma Abedin, says she is separating from her husband, disgraced former politician Anthony Weiner, amid a new sexting scandal.
Pretoria Girls High racism protest backed by SA minister
A South African minister throws his support behind protesting female students in a row over an alleged racist hair policy at a prestigious high school.
Italy earthquake: Wooden houses planned for survivors
Italy plans to build simple, wooden chalet-style huts within three months for the 2,500 people displaced by the 24 August earthquake.
German plan to force mums to name lovers in paternity cases
Germany's justice ministry drafts a law requiring mothers in paternity disputes to reveal who they slept with when their child was conceived.
Brussels crime lab fire: Blaze 'was started to destroy evidence'
Attackers ram a car through the gates of a Brussels crime laboratory before starting a fire to try and destroy forensic evidence, prosecutors say.
Iran rolls out domestic internet
Iran says it has launched the first phase of "national internet" designed to replace the current system.
Yemen suicide attack claimed by IS 'kills dozens' in Aden
So-called Islamic State says it carried out a suicide car bombing on a military facility in the Yemeni city of Aden, which doctors say killed at least 60.
EpiPen maker to sell cheaper generic version
The maker of the EpiPen allergy drug will start selling a generic version in the wake of criticism about steep price increases.


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Amid the political and civil turmoil being played out in the Middle East and North Africa, Anna Averkiou looks at how organisations can prepare their staff to operate safely while still allowing them to do their jobs. More ...
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Anna Averkiou to help UK-Cyprus Enterprise Council promote economic and cultural activity between the UK and Cyprus. More ...
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