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10-15 US troops to stay in Afghanistan in policy shift Afghanistan
2. 10-15 Two new Lockerbie bombing suspects identified Scotland
D. 10-15 France rejects 'tampon tax' change Paris
4. 10-15 Pistorius to be released from prison, moved to house arrest South Africa
F. 10-15 Migrant crisis: EU approves Turkey action plan Brussels
6. 10-15 Netanyahu urges talks to calm Jerusalem violence Jerusalem

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Oct.15   Afghanistan   US troops to stay in Afghanistan in policy shift
  Obama has confirmed plans to extend the US military presence in Afghanistan beyond 2016, in a shift in policy. US would keep 5,500 troops in the country


  Scotland Two new Lockerbie bombing suspects identified  Scottish prosecutors want to interview two Libyans they have identified as new suspects over the Lockerbie bombing

  Paris France rejects 'tampon tax' change  MPs have voted against an amendment which would have cut VAT paid on sanitary products from 20% to 5.5%

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  South Africa Pistorius to be released from prison, moved to house arrest  A parole board decided to release 'Blade Runner' from prison, deciding that the convicted killer can be moved to house arrest on Oct. 20

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  Brussels     Migrant crisis: EU approves Turkey action plan Map of Brussels
  EU states have approved an action plan for Turkey, which it is hoped will ease the flow of migrants to Europe


  New York Ken Taylor: Canadian envoy of Iran crisis fame dies  Ken Taylor helped six American diplomats escape after the US embassy in Tehran was stormed by Iranian revolutionaries in 1979

  Jerusalem Netanyahu urges talks to calm Jerusalem violence  Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has urged Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas to hold talks to calm the recent surge of violence

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