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Hillary Clinton becomes the first woman nominated by a major-party for US presidential election; Turkey purge widens further, two weeks on from the attempted coup; Castello Road, the only route out of Aleppo
Russia and the Syrian army discuss humanitarian corridor for the besieged city of Aleppo; MAD cartoonist Jack Davis dies at 91; Was Trump being 'sarcastic' about Russia?
(Photo: Northwest Outskirts of Aleppo on July 28, 2016. Credit: GEORGE OURFALIAN/AFP/Getty Images)
Corridors for Syrians to flee besieged city; Pope says Poland should take more refugees; New antibiotic made with nasal bacteria.
(Photo: Syrian civil defence workers evacuate a body on a stretcher in Aleppo. Credit: Getty Images)
IS claims bomb attack on Qamishli; Man dies seeking hidden loot; Radicalisation helpline
(Picture: Site of Qamishli bomb attack in Syria. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Faith leaders call for unity and security; Germany's most hugged Syrian refugee; Ice Bucket Challenge breakthrough.
(Photograph shows France's representatives of religions at Elysee palace. Credit: European Photopress Agency)
Police have named one of the Rouen church attackers as nineteen year old Adel Kermiche; Iran gets an Olympic uniform makeover; Social media explosion in Africa.
(Photo: People attend a ceremony in Lyon in memory of the priest killed in the Normandy city of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray. Credit: Jean-Philippe Ksiazek/Getty Images)