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President Putin Softens Pension Reforms After Outcry

He said the retirement age for women will go up by five years instead of eight. In a rare TV address, the Russian leader said the country's working-age population was shrinking, making change essential. Also, Germany hands back the remains of indigenous people killed during a genocide in Namibia more than a century ago, whose bodies were taken for experiments, and, kid you not: A new study has discovered that goats can recognise and are apparently attracted to happy human faces.

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