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Iraqi special forces 'liberate main gate'; the Angola 3; bomb-detecting spinach.
Photograph shows Iraq's flag. (Credit: Reuters)
Iraqi special forces fight their way into the suburbs of IS-controlled Mosul; What China's new fighter jets tell us about its military strength; Rome counts the architectural cost of Italy's earthquake.
(Photo: Shia fighters south of Mosul. Credit: Getty Images)
Is the email row affecting early voting? Iraqi forces near Mosul; far-sighted football referees.
Photograph shows Hillary Clinton. (Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Tim Franks in Florida with Trump and Clinton supporters; Owen Bennett Jones in Damascus; The glacial Nepalese lake drained due to Mount Everest flood risk.
(Photo: Silhouettes of presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Credit: Getty Images)
Pollster John Zogby on Clinton email probe; EU-Canada trade deal signed; Spy exhibition
(Photo: Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Credit: Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
Norcia quake: buildings destroyed but no lives lost; Bangladesh cricket victory; French spies
(Photo: Italian firefighters escort a frightened woman out of a building just as an aftershock rattled Norcia. Credit: AP/Gregorio Borgia)