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Two dead in Paris knife attack

Image copyright AFP Image caption French police have sealed off the area in Paris’ 2nd district One person has been killed and five wounded in a knife attack in Paris, French police say. They say the attacker – who has not been identified – was shot dead by police. Two …

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Mexico says round-the-world cyclists were murdered

Image copyright Chmielewski/Hagenbusch Image caption Krzysztof Chmielewski (l) and Holger Hagenbusch had spent years travelling the world on bikes Mexican investigators say two European cyclists did not die in an accident as first claimed – they were murdered. The bodies of Holger Hagenbusch, from Germany, and Krzysztof Chmielewski, from Poland, …

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Burundi village attack leaves 26 dead ahead of referendum

Image copyright AFP Image caption Security is tight as opposition groups have vowed to disrupt the 17 May vote At least 26 people were killed after armed attackers targeted a village in north-west Burundi, amid tensions ahead of a controversial referendum. The group crossed from the Democratic Republic of Congo …

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Margaret River shooting: Relatives 'devastated' by killings

Image copyright Katrina Miles/Facebook Image caption Katrina Miles lived on the property with her parents and four children Relatives of the family at the centre of a suspected murder-suicide in Western Australia say they are “stunned” by what has happened. The unnamed relatives of the Miles family said they were …

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The Polaroid archive of Wim Wenders

Wim Wenders, the director behind great movies such as Paris, Texas and Buena Vista Social Club, also has one of the largest collection of Polaroids. He has thousands of images taken at various points in his career and life. He has selected some of these never seen before photographs for …

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Student mental health 'failing a generation'

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionHenry Curtis-Williams, 21, took his own life in 2016 British universities say they risk “failing a generation” unless students get better mental health care. A Universities UK report found some students risk “slipping through the gaps” due to a lack of co-ordination …

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