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Alibaba Moves To Buy South China Morning Post

Alibaba is eyeing up a purchase of Hong Kong's largest English language newspaper, according to reports.

Taylor Swift Accused Of Endangering Rare Birds

Taylor Swift has been accused of endangering a rare bird species by flouting filming restrictions while shooting a music video in New Zealand.

Paul Walker's Father Sues Porsche Over Crash

The father of Fast & Furious star Paul Walker has begun legal action against Porsche following the death of his son in a car crash in 2013.

Hollande In Climate Change Plea To Leaders

Francois Hollande is to break off from tackling terror in France to visit Malta to make a climate change plea to the leaders of 60 Commonwealth countries.

Obama 'Deeply Disturbed' By Teen's Shooting

Barack Obama has said he is "deeply disturbed" by a video showing a white Chicago police officer fatally shooting a black teenager.

Brit 'Bled Out' In Silence To Save Others

A British man "bled out" in silence to save others caught up in the Bataclan massacre, a member of the Eagles of Death Metal has revealed.

Prince Harry To Unveil 'Diana Hall' In Lesotho

Prince Harry has paid tribute to his mother and former nanny at his charity's new centre in Africa by naming buildings after them.

US Servicemen Suspended Over Kunduz Airstrike

American soldiers and airmen involved in the errant airstrike on an Afghan hospital have been suspended while awaiting disciplinary action, US military officials have said.

How Turkey Could Lose Billions For Downing Jet

Turkey is starting to feel the fallout after shooting down a Russian jet close to the Syrian border.

Germany 'Will Stand By France' In Fighting IS

Angela Merkel has vowed that Germany will do more to fight Islamic State, as she paid her respects to victims of the Paris terror attacks.

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Putin: Downing Of Jet A 'Stab In The Back'

Putin: Downing Of Jet A 'Stab In The Back'

The shooting down of a Russian jet by Turkey is a "stab in the back" committed by "accomplices of terrorists", Vladimir Putin has said.

Brussels Metro And City Schools Re-Open

Brussels Metro And City Schools Re-Open

Stations on Brussels' metro have re-opened after the system was shut down following fears of a Paris-style attack.

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