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A High Court rules that the UK government must consult Parliament before it can start the Brexit process; new wave of attacks on government-held western Aleppo; the goalkeeper of the Gambian woman's national team drowns trying to cross the Mediterranean.
(Image:The Union Flag flying near to the Houses of Parliament in London on 3rd November 2016. Credit: Niklas Halle'n/AFP/Getty Images)
British court says parliamentary approval needed to trigger Brexit process; Newshour's Owen Bennett-Jones reports from the frontline in western Aleppo; Chicago Cubs lift billy goat curse to win baseball's World Series.
(Picture: EU flag in front of the Royal Courts of Justice in London. Credit: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
South Africa report hints at presidential corruption; Newshour in Aleppo; big night for baseball.
Photograph shows protesters calling for the removal of President Jacob Zuma outside the Union Buildings in Pretoria. (Credit: Reuters)
Why the Hispanic vote in the battleground state of Florida matters in US election; Dramatic increase in cancer among women in developing countries; Facebook blocks plans by an insurer to view young drivers' profiles to help set car insurance premiums.
(Picture: Members of the Hispanic community campaign for voter registration in Orlando. Florida. Credit: BBC/Mike Innes)
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)