The owners of the disaster-hit mine in Turkey have been robustly defending themselves amidst growing criticism. The government too is also under fire for its handling of the disaster.
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Mexican women march against murderous machismo
Paris by night, salsa by the Seine
Political stand-up makes the rounds at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe
Hong Kong frontliner says the only way out of crisis is independence
Paris, from the water
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Part 2: Former US gymnast was one of hundreds sexually assaulted by team doctor
Part 1: US star gymnast recalls sexual assault as teenager by team doctor Larry Nassar
Fancy a day at the beach in central Paris?
Happiness added to school curriculum in New Delhi
Part 2: What to learn when computers win at chess
Part 1: Surprising results when computers play one another in chess
How to stop increasing rates of violence against women in Liberia
Flowers, birds, trees and jazz - in Paris!