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Western Haiti is being lashed by Hurricane Matthew; Colombia keeps up push for peace ; British-born scientists awarded Nobel Prize in Physics for discoveries about strange forms of matter
(Photo: A mini-bus crosses the water left by the rain after Hurricane Matthew in Port-au-Prince. Credit: Getty)
FARC peace deal in the balance; US suspends Syria talks with Russia; Carlos Acosta.
Photograph shows "No" supporters celebrating following their victory in the referendum on a peace accord to end the 52-year-old guerrilla war between the FARC and the state on October 2, 2016 in Bogota, Colombia. (Credit: Getty Images)
Colombian president calls for a national dialogue after voters reject peace deal; Women in Poland strike over abortion law; Elena Ferrante's identity revealed
(Picture: A woman reacts to the referendum result in Bogota, Colombia. Credit: EPA/MAURICIO DUENAS CASTANEDA)
Sir Neville Marriner dies; Dozens killed in Ethiopia protest; Brexit to be triggered in March
(Photo: Sir Neville Marriner. Credit: AP)
British Prime Minister Theresa May says she will trigger in March the process for the UK to leave the EU; Leaked tax returns show Trump declared a loss of more than $900 million in 1995; Swedish guitarist masters flamenco.
(Photo: Conservative delegates talk on the first day of the Conservative party annual conference. Credit: AFP)
Syria clashes continue; Making peace with FARC; Kashmir conflict hits Bollywood
(Photo: Medical staff member inspects the damage at the site of a medical facility. Credit: THAER MOHAMMED/AFP/Getty Images)