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Gunners miss out on Falcao but land Man U misfit as Wenger spends day with Pope
Doctors blame affordable foreign holidays and sun beds as the public refuses to take the risks seriously
Google is making drone deliveries, while Amazon is moving into advertising. What's going on?
As Islamic State continues efforts to advance, the Iraqi army is fighting back against the jihadists on several fronts. Co-ordinating with Kurdish forces, the army has retaken the formerly IS-controlled town of Amerli, north of Baghdad.
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