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Trevor the Duck: Niue mourns 'world's loneliest duck'
Trevor, the only duck on the Pacific island of Niue, lived in a puddle and was cared for by locals.

'Landmark nights and lasting legacy - Groves has been more than good for boxing'
How George Groves crafted a night to remember, showed resilience in spades and jolted British boxing's resurgence.

Hakeem al-Araibi campaigners say Bahraini footballer's case is urgent
The case of Bahraini footballer Hakeem al-Araibi "has become an absolute emergency" according to campaigners.

Taliban talks: Draft framework for Afghanistan peace 'agreed'
The US and Taliban agree in principle on a framework for a peace deal after 17 years of war.

Fyre Festival: My front-row seat for the chaos in the Exumas
Two new documentaries detail the mess of the 2017 event in the Bahamas. This is the islanders' story.

'R. Kelly insisted I have a sex trainer'
For two years Asante McGee was R. Kelly's girlfriend. Then she went to live in his house in Georgia. She lasted three weeks.

Deadly tornado hits Cuba's capital, Havana
Three people are dead and more than 172 injured after a rare tornado ripped through Cuba's capital, Havana.

Man Utd aiming for trophies & will not settle for top four - Solskjaer
Man Utd interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says club will not settle for a top-four finish this season and are "looking to win trophies".

Russia art theft: Thief steals painting in front of gallery goers
A thief steals a painting from a busy gallery in Moscow.

The enduring appeal of violent jihad
With IS on its last legs in Syria, the BBC's Frank Gardner explores why violent jihad will endure.



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