BBC News - World 29 January 2018

German shock at car exhaust tests on humans and monkeys

The government denounces "abominable" tests of diesel fumes on humans and monkeys.

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Fitness app Strava lights up staff at military bases

Soldiers have been publicly sharing location information as they log their daily runs.

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Indonesia: Transgender women in Aceh detained by police

Police detained them, made them wear men's clothes and said they would learn to act like "real men".

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Russia Putin: Kremlin accuses US of meddling in election

A US treasury report is expected to link Russian oligarchs to President Vladimir Putin.

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Syria war: Turkish air strikes 'damage ancient Afrin temple'

Pictures show a crater in the centre of the temple of Ain Dara in Syria's Kurdish-held Afrin region.

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India mob attacks 'late' rescuers as bus falls into river

Locals accuse police of arriving too late to the scene of a bus accident that killed four people.

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China dismisses 'absurd' African Union HQ spying claim

The Chinese-built African Union headquarters was bugged, France Le Monde newspaper reports.

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French floods: Seine river reaches peak in flood-hit Paris

The river rises to 5.84m (19.2ft) following weeks of rainfall that have forced people to evacuate.

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Afghanistan conflict: Deadly attack on Kabul military post

At least 11 soldiers are killed in the latest incident in a deadly 10 days in Afghanistan.

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Poland president to review Holocaust bill after Israel outcry

It comes after Israel condemned the plan to make it illegal to accuse Poles of a role in the Holocaust.

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Iran frees woman who took off headscarf - lawyer

The woman became the face of protests in Iran after defiantly showing her hair last year.

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Lang'ata fire: 'Not enough water' to tackle Kenya blaze

Blaze kills four and leaves thousands homeless after fire engines reportedly ran out of water.

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The 2018 Grammys in 90 seconds

From Bruno Mars to Hillary Clinton reading an extract from a book on Trump. Here's a roundup of what happened.

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Chechen leader: Gay activists invent nonsense for money

Ramzan Kadyrov says human rights groups are foreign agents, when tackled on gay abuse claims.

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