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China is to do away with its controversial one-child policy, according to state-run news agency Xinhua. The ruling Communist Party (CPC) reportedly announced the decision to allow two children per couple at the end of a four-day summit to finalise its next five-year plan. Introduced in 1979, the policy in the world’s most-populous country limited most couples to only a single…

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Dilma Rousseff, presidente do Brasil, cumprimenta Barack Obama, presidente dos Estados Unidos, durante a Cúpula das Américas, realizada na Cidade do Panamá. Durante o encontro, ficou combinado que Dilma vai visitar a Casa Branca, sede do governo dos Estados Unidos, no dia 30 de junho

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Image copyright AFP/Getty Images Image caption Boris isn't quite this affectionate with Trump: he has accused him of "stupefying ignorance" In case you have just emerged from a desert island or a long sleep: the UK has a new prime minister, Theresa May, who in turn has appointed a new foreign secretary. The man who will be representing Britain&

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Emma Morano is the world's oldest living person When Emma Morano was born, Umberto I was still reigning over Italy, Fiat had only just been established and Milan Football Club was still a few weeks off creation. O

Image copyright Getty Images The bosses of Britain's biggest companies now take home an average of £5.5m per year, a report has said. The High Pay Centre says chief executives of firms on London's FTSE 100 index saw their mean average income rise by 10% in 2015. Median pay rose to just under £4m, 144 times the median wage of the average Briton, which is currentl

Image copyright EPA Image caption The fire blackened an ATM in front of the bank branch An asylum seeker from Myanmar has been identified as the man who set himself alight in a bank in the Australian city of Melbourne on Friday. The 21-year-old is under guard in

Image copyright Whyte's Auction House Image caption The toilet roll is described as being in 'remarkable unused condition' Toilet paper issued to Hitler's army, the Wehrmacht, during World War Two is up for sale at an auction in Dublin. The unopened roll of Edelweiss brand Klosettpapier (toilet paper) has been valued at between 80 euros (�