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Some of the biggest jihadist rebel groups, and their associates, are not covered by the truce.
Billionaire Warren Buffett says his conglomerate has been "delivered" billions by the US tax cuts.
She was one of the few Indian actresses to see huge box office success without a male hero's support.
US scientists develop sensors to allow doctors to follow their patients' progress away from the clinic.
He is accused of smuggling more than 250 tonnes of cocaine over the past decade.
Scuffles break out as far-right and anti-fascist groups stage rallies a week before Italy's election.
The school shooting in Florida has led to fresh calls for tougher gun controls in the US.
The humanitarian aid agency reveals 21 staff have left for sexual misconduct since 2015.
The husband and wife employers of a Filipina maid found dead in a freezer are arrested in Syria.
The film legend urges Johnny Hallyday's widow to give some of his money to his older children.
A number of women have taken to social media to say they've been sexually assaulted during the Hajj pilgrimage.
More than 25 people, most of them from the army, have been killed in a wave of attacks.

BBC Business

A growing number of corporate partners abandon the US gun lobby after the deadly school shooting.
Billionaire Warren Buffett says his conglomerate has been "delivered" billions by the US tax cuts.
In an unusual move Anbang Insurance will be run by the government for one year.
BMW plans a partnership with a Chinese firm to build electric-powered Minis in China.
The taxpayer-owned bank has reported an annual profit for the first time since the financial crisis.
A magnetic putty toy is no longer on sale after dangerous levels of arsenic were found in a product.
The bookmaker reports an annual loss of 75m after slashing the value of its Australian business.
Shares in Snapchat's owner sink after the reality TV star tweets her criticism of the messaging app.
The fine was imposed for failing to provide information about BHS's pension schemes.
The penalty will not be paid, however, as Takata's US arm TK Holdings is in bankruptcy proceedings.
The bank's boss, Jes Staley, says it has "more work to do" as the gender pay gap figures are released.
The conservative kingdom promises thousands of Western-style events, include Cirque de Soleil.

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