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Greek parties seek coalition deal, bailout revision

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Broncos, Panthers set to deliver Super finish to season

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Ancient wildebeest cousin boasted bizarre dinosaur-like trait

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Clinton, Sanders take new combative tone into first one-on-one debate

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Obama to seek new tax on oil in budget proposal

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WikiLeaks' Assange 'arbitrarily detained' in Ecuador's London embassy, U.N. panel to say

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A suspect is handcuffed and detained by policemen after a grenade attack in Burundi's capital, Bujumbura, on February 3, 2016. At least one person was killed in a grenade attack on a bar in Burundi on Monday night, witnesses said. More violence has rocked the country after the African Union backed away from sending in peacekeepers without the government's consent. REUTERS/Jean Pierre Aime Harerimama

While you were sleeping: 4 February 2016

By John Stupart

Super Bowl security plan informed by Paris attacks: U.S. official

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Short-legged Oregon arachnid gets 'behemoth' name

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France rules out euro zone veto for Britain

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US will act against Islamic State in Libya if needed -White House

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Japan military on alert over North Korea's planned rocket launch

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Japan PM Abe: to "strongly demand" North Korea refrain from missile launch

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Funding falls short for task force to fight Nigeria's Boko Haram

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Cosby seeks to block sex assault prosecution in Pennsylvania

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Alphabet overtakes Apple in market value - for now

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Bernie Sanders shows strong momentum on social media

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Yahoo to cut 15 pct jobs, close several units

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Cruz beats Trump in Iowa presidential race, Rubio takes third place

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Golf-Furyk needs wrist surgery, likely out for 3 months

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A DigitalGlobe satellite image released on January 28, 2016 by Amnesty International shows what the human rights organization describes as an area prior to the emergence of a mass grave in the Buringa area, north of Bujumbura, Burundi in December 2015. Satellite images show five possible mass graves on the outskirts of Burundi's capital at sites consistent with testimony by witnesses who accused security forces of killing dozens of people in December, Amnesty International said on Friday. REUTERS/DigitalGlobe/Amnesty International

While you were sleeping: 1 February 2016

By John Stupart

Africans to press Burundi to accept peacekeepers - diplomats

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Toyota: Japan production to stop for week due to steel shortage

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Mexico kills two, nabs 22 in bust of Sinaloa cartel smuggling ring

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De Lange added to South Africa ODI squad

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Coe denies knowledge of 2017 world championship 'bribes'-IAAF

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Republican Cruz derides missing front-runner Trump at presidential debate

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Zika vaccine may be ready for emergency use this year

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Syria peace talks derailed as opposition stays away

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A migrant, who is part of a group of 55 intercepted aboard a makeshift boat off the coast in the Mediterranean Sea, kisses a child on a rescue boat upon arriving at a port in Malaga, southern Spain, January 27, 2016. REUTERS/Jon Nazca

While you were sleeping: 28 January 2016

By John Stupart