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German authorities are running a facial recognition pilot project at the Suedkreuz train station in Berlin
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Former U.S. president hits campaign trail to support upcoming state elections
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Former U.S. president George W. Bush vigorously criticizes current political climate
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Pakistan is building a barrier on its border with Afghanistan, despite objections from Kabul.
African governments are putting pressure on pension fund administrators to bankroll public projects.
The BBC's Richard Galpin says there has been rocket, artillery and machine-gun fire north of Kirkuk city.
Liberia's economy relies heavily on remittances sent home by family members living abroad.
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A lack of postal addresses in Ghana has prompted authorities to introduce a digital solution.
A red bandana has become the new symbol of protest in Mogadishu as anger over the city's most destructive bomb attack is boiling over on to the streets.