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US House passes $1.1tn budget bill
The US House of Representatives has passed a $1.1tn budget, hours before government was due to shut down at midnight on Thursday.
CIA boss defends post-9/11 tactics
CIA Director John Brennan defends his agency’s past interrogation programme but admits some techniques used against detainees were “abhorrent”.
Abbott wants 2017 indigenous vote
Australian PM Tony Abbott vows to “sweat blood” to secure constitutional recognition for indigenous people, saying he wants a referendum in 2017.
Jakarta Post rejects blasphemy claim
The Jakarta Post defends the publication of a cartoon criticising Islamic State (IS) militants, after its editor was named in a defamation case.
Funds audit clears Islamic charity
Britain’s biggest Islamic charity says an audit of its activities in Palestinian Territories shows no evidence it funded terrorism.
Liverpool are rudderless – Lawrenson
Liverpool are “rudderless” and manager Brendan Rodgers faces “a steep learning curve”, BBC Sport pundit Mark Lawrenson says.
Alonso has ‘unfinished business’
Fernando Alonso says he has returned to McLaren because he feels he has unfinished business in trying to win the world title.
‘Laughable’ stoppages irk Pochettino
Spurs miss the chance to top their Europa League group at Besiktas, with the game delayed twice due to floodlights failures.

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