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Huge TV audience expected for first debate; Aleppo conflict; Canada's indigenous children.
Photograph shows preparations for the first US presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead. (Credit: Associated Press)
Vote on national holiday highlights continuing tensions 20 years after war in Bosnia; Jordanian writer Nahid Hatter shot dead ahead of trial for satirical cartoon; Should the EU give away free Interrail tickets to strengthen European identity?
(Image: A man votes during a referendum on "Statehood Day" near Banja Luka. Credit: Reuters/Dado Ruvic)
Obama opens the Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC; Zimbabwe flag ban; Italian judge orders man to buy feminist literature for underage sex victim.
Photograph shows First lady Michelle Obama wiping her eyes as she listens to her husband, President Barack Obama, speaking at the dedication ceremony for the Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture on the National Mall in Washington. (Credit: Associated Press)
Intensive bombardment of Aleppo continues; UK Labour Party re-elects Jeremy Corby as leader; Horses can tell humans how they feel
(Smoke billows from the debris of a build. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Russia blames US for Syria deterioration; the FARC endorse peace deal; Iceland v Iceland in trademark dispute.
(Picture: A man stands over damaged shops after airstrikes on the rebel held al-Qaterji neighbourhood of Aleppo, Syria September 23, 2016. Credit: REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail)
Syrian government and it's allies launch a major offensive on eastern Aleppo; Myanmar girls offered state protection after years of abuse; What's the point of the Ig Nobel awards?
(Photo: Destruction following an air strike in the rebel-held Ansari district in Aleppo. Credit: AFP)