Mount Sinabung eruptions

Tens of thousands of people have been displaced by the eruptions of Mount Sinabung, a volcano in Indonesia’s north Sumatra province.

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Turkish riots continue

Turkish officials say they will consider a referendum on plans for a park at the centre of violent demonstrations, the worst in decades, but protesters remain cynical.

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Pope Benedict XVI bids farewell

Tens of thousands of Catholic pilgrims bid farewell to Pope Benedict as he holds an emotional final general audience at St. Peter’s Square.

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GALLERY: Tomato-flinging warriors take charge

Thousands of farmers and tourists in Boyaca, Colombia fling tomatoes during annual “tomatina” fest. Around 18 tons of tomatoes and thousands of fruit-flinging enthusiasts make for a juicy fight!

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UN promotes cooking stove revolution in Nigeria

A UN-backed scheme to provide safe, energy-saving stoves to the poor of Nigeria aims help curb the thousands of deaths caused each year by inhalation of toxic fumes or burning from firewood blazes. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Red shirt protesters to target Thai military base

Anti-government protesters in Bangkok plan to march to a military base today to step up pressure on Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva to dissolve parliament and call fresh elections, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Paris could become another Venice with next flood

One hundred years ago, the river Seine burst its banks and filled the elegant boulevards of Paris with torrents of muddy water, forcing thousands of inhabitants out of their homes and cutting off power for months, MiNDFOOD reports.

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