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Italy's Prime Minister Resigns  

Matteo Renzi steps down after being defeated in a referendum on constitutional reform; President-Elect Donald Trump takes to Twitter to further upend diplomatic norms; A black TV presenter's face has been superimposed onto the bodies of victims of American lynch mobs and shared widely online after she criticised the country's traditional festive character Black Pete. (Photo: Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi giving a speech after the results of the referendum on constitutional reforms at Palazzo Chigi, Rome. Credit: Franco Origlia / Getty Images)

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Far Right Defeated In Austria Poll  

The leader of Austria's Green Party to be the country's next president; Italy reform vote to decide PM's future; Fake US embassy in Ghana shut down. (Photo: Norbert Hofer, presidential candidate for Austria Freedom Party. Credit: Getty)

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Fidel Castro's Funeral  

Castro's ashes interred; Italy referendum; Motherhood & addiction

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Cubans Bid Farewell to Castro  

Fidel Castro's funeral cortège reaches its final destination; On the front line with Shia militias outside Mosul; Angolans prepare to enter a new political era. (Photo: Fidel Castro's funeral cortège. Credit: STR/AFP/Getty Image)

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Taiwan Trump Call  

China lodges protest with US; Italy referendum; inventor of General Tso's Chicken dies. Photograph shows US President-elect Donald Trump and Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen. (Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

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Shock election defeat for Gambian president  

A political shock in The Gambia as controversial president Yahya Jammeh unexpectedly loses the country's presidential election; British 80s pop legends Duran Duran lose a legal battle to win back the rights of some of their hits; former Mexican president Vicente Fox on US President-elect Donald Trump. (Image: Incumbent Gambian president Yahya Jammeh leaves a polling booth after casting his vote in Banjul, The Gambia on 1st December 2016. Credit:Marco Longarimarco Longari/AFP/Getty Images)

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General James 'Mad Dog' Mattis  

President-elect Trump names his secretary of defence; 4 cities announce they will ban diesel vehicles by 2025; shock result in Gambia election as incumbent Yahya Jammeh is defeated. (Picture: General James Mattis testifies before the Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington July 27, 2010, on his nomination to be Commander of U.S. Central Command. Credit: REUTERS/Yuri Gripas/File Picture)

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UK Football Child Sex Abuse  

Hundreds come forward to police; UN: ethnic cleansing in South Sudan; Trump & Twitter. Photograph shows a football behind a goal net. (Credit: Press Association)

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Ukraine Missile Test  

Ukraine missile test provokes Russia; Chapecoense plane crash cockpit audio; Thailand annoints new King Vajiralongkorn (Picture: A surface-to-surface missile complex BM-21 Grad fires during military exercises of the Ukrainian army at the Devichki shooting range in October 2016. Credit: EPA/ROMAN PILIPEY)

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Could America Tear Up Iran Nuclear Agreement?  

A Republican Congressman explains why the US should renege on Iran deal; The inventor of the Big Mac burger dies; The World Chess Championship final takes on a political edge. (Photo: A woman at a rally in New York opposing the nuclear deal with Iran. Credit: Kena Betancur/Getty Images)

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CIA Chief Warns Trump Over Iran Deal  

CIA director John Brennan says Trump would pay a high price for dismantling the Iran deal; the Dutch alcoholic who asked doctors to end his life; the Siberian taking Stalin to court over the 1938 execution of his relative. (Photo: The lobby of the CIA Headquarters in Langley, Virginia. Credit: Getty Images)

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Footballers Died En Route for 'the Game of their Lives'  

Brazil mourns after brilliant young football squad die in plane crash; tens of thousands flee government advance in East Aleppo; the cost of losing our bees (Photo: People pay tribute to the players of Brazilian team Chapecoense Real. Credit: AFP)

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Brazilian Footballers Among 81 Killed in Plane Crash  

The Chapecoense football team's plane crashed on approach to the city of Medellin in Colombia; The starving children caught up in the battle against IS in Iraq; Meet the Macedonians penning American 'fake news'. (Photo: The crashed plane in Brazil. Credit: AP)

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Rebels Lose Northeast Aleppo  

Syria government forces in rapid advance; Cuba commemorates Fidel Castro; Great Barrier Reef suffers worst bleaching. Photograph shows Syrian men carrying babies and making their way through the rubble of destroyed buildings in Aleppo. (Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

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Syrian Army Captures a Third of Rebel Aleppo  

Syrian army seizes large swathes of rebel held Aleppo; Cuba begins official mourning for Castro; Alicia Keys and makeup (Picture: A handout by the official Syrian Arab News Agency shows a damaged mosque and buildings in Aleppo's eastern Masaken Hanano area; Credit: EPA/SANA HANDOUT)

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Fillon picked as presidential contender  

Former French Prime Minister François Fillon is selected as the candidate for the centre-right Republican Party in next year's presidential election, forces loyal to Assad make gains in the battle for Aleppo; a Cuban American's story of how she battled thirst, hurricanes and sharks in order to escape to the United States. (Image: Francois Fillon (centre) waves during a political rally in Paris on 25th November 2016. Credit: EPA/Ian Langsdon)

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Memories of Fidel  

UK writer and former politician Trevor Philips on meeting Castro as a young activist; Centre-right Les Républicains decide in France; thunderstorm asthma in Australia (Picture: A woman looks at a book of condolences outside the abandoned small limestone house of Castro's father, on which a plaque reads, "Angel Castro Argiz was born in this house in 1875, a Galician who emigrated to Cuba where he planted trees which still blossom" Credit: AFP/Getty)

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World reacts to Castro death  

Reaction to the death of Fidel Castro from former government leaders, politicians and ordinary Cubans. (Image: Fidel Castro speaking at a rally in Havana, Cuba in February 3th 2006. Credit: Sven Creutzmann/Mambo Photography/Getty Images)

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Cuba's Fidel Castro dies aged 90  

International reaction to the death of Cuba's long-serving revolutionary leader. (Picture: Fidel Castro, 2004 Credit: Getty Images)

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Why Football Sex Abuse Happens  

How abusers of young footballers got away with it for so long; Turkey's anger at European Parliament snub; dirty underwear used in protest (Photo: A football Credit: Thinkstock)

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