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Dark Web Paedophile Jailed After Global Investigation

US Homeland Security said he was 'the worst child exploitation offender'. The British man was jailed for 32 years for offences including blackmail, fraud and arranging the sexual exploitation of a child.Also: the White House says President Trump would support measures to improve background checks for gun purchases, and if you lived in a high rise building, would you pay to use the elevator?
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Syria 'Sending Fighters to Help Kurds Against Turkey'

Syrian pro-government forces will help Syrian Kurds fighting against a Turkish offensive.Also, a tour of devastated Iraqi city of Fallujah, Iceland's mooted circumcision ban sparks outrage among Muslims and Jews, Chinese anger over stolen thumb of terracotta warrior, and is Silvio Berlusconi about to make a comeback ?
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"You Sicken Me" - Florida Survivor's Message to President Trump

Students from Florida shooting are preparing a national march. The event called March for Our Lives will take place next month in Washington. Also: Kurdish fighters in Syria say they've agreed to team up with Syrian government forces to repel the Turkish troops from Afrin and we find out who the winners are from the BAFTA ceremony in London.
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Ame on You' - Florida Students Chant

Survivors of the high school mass shooting demand tighter gun controls. Also, a man in Pakistan is sentenced to death for raping and murdering a six-year-old girl, and a rare cello stolen at knifepoint is returned anonymously.
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Mueller Investigation: Thirteen Russians Charged

They have been charged with interfering in the US 2016 election, in a major development in the FBI investigation. Also: in his first State of the Nation address, New South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, has urged South Africans to continue the 'long walk' Nelson Mandela began, and we ask, has Facebook reached its peak?
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Trump Sympathy for Florida Shooting Victims

Donald Trump says making American schools safer is his top priority, after seventeen pupils and staff were killed by a gunman in Florida. Also, the Oxfam aid worker blamed for the Haiti prostitute scandal gives his side of the story.
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Amaphosa Takes Over as South African President

In his first presidential speech, the former mineworker and businessman vows to tackle corruption in South Africa. Also: Florida gunman has been charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder and ultra-processed foods 'linked to cancer'.
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South Africa's President Jacob Zuma Resigns

President Jacob Zuma has resigned from his office with immediate effect. He made the announcement in a televised address to the nation on Wednesday evening. Earlier, Mr Zuma's governing ANC party told him to step down or face a vote of no confidence in parliament. Also: Zimbabwe's main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has died in South Africa, where he'd received treatment for cancer, and Thailand's Prime Minister tries to woo his country with a love song on Valentine's Day.
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Zuma: 'I've Done Nothing Wrong'

South Africa's leader responds to growing calls for his resignation. Jacob Zuma was speaking after his ruling African National Congress gave him an ultimatum to resign by the end of the day or face a parliamentary vote of no confidence on Thursday. Also: Israel's PM, Benjamin Netanyahu, insists his government is stable despite facing possible corruption charges, and a special Valentine's Day report on how technology is changing dating habits.
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Police say Netanyahu should be charged with bribery and fraud. They say he gave special treatment to wealthy friends after receiving gifts. He denies the allegations. Also: the Dutch foreign minister quits over Putin lie, and the all-female fish.
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ANC Says Zuma Must go for Sake of South Africa

ANC says Zuma must go for sake of South Africa. Mr Zuma has so far resisted increasing pressure to quit since December, when his deputy, Cyril Ramaphosa, replaced him as ANC leader. Also: the first doping ban of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, and we answer the age old question, 'what is the secret to happiness?'

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