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Head among 142 Pakistan school dead
Mass funerals are under way for 142 people, most of them children, killed in a massacre by the Taliban at a military-run school in Pakistan.
Sydney gunman dropped off watchlist
The Sydney cafe gunman was once on the Australian national security agency's watchlist - but dropped off it years ago for reasons that remain unclear, prime minister Tony Abbott has said.
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Cinema chain 'axes kill Kim comedy'
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Malala Yousafzai leads outrage over Taliban slaughter of innocents in Peshawar
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Sex claim Cosby won't be charged
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Brief encounter with Ronaldo sought
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Children killed in car bomb attacks
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Turkish soccer fans in 'coup' trial
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Jeb Bush explores US president bid
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