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US police have taken in to custody a man wanted over this weekend's bomb attacks; Game of Thrones breaks record for the highest number of Emmy Awards; Many dead in Congo anti-Kabila protests
(Picture: A picture of Ahmad Rahami at a NYC police news conference. Credit: Getty)
New York police have released a photograph of a man suspected of being involved in Saturday's explosions; world leaders gather in New York at the UN migration summit; the dolls left behind by two sisters sent to Auschwitz.
(Picture: FBI investigators at the scene of Saturday's explosion in New York City. Credit: Andres Kudacki / AP)
Exit polls give victory to United Russia in Duma elections; Closing day of Paralympics; Obama: "personal insult" if African-Americans don't vote for Clinton
Russian President Vladimir Putin casts a ballot at a polling station during a parliamentary election in Moscow. Picture credit: Sputnik/Kremlin/Alexei Druzhinin via Reuters
17 Indian soldiers killed at army base; NY explosion; Air rage; Winnie the Pooh is 90
Should sick children be granted the right to die if they wish? US coalition warplanes bomb Syrian army positions in north-eastern Syria; reflections on the life of US playwright Edward Albee from his personal assistant.
Essay from Aleppo; Norway's controversial wolf cull; When soul and country come together; Mexico's creepy-crawly cuisine
(Picture: Mr Duterte at news conference, pointing finger Credit: EPA)