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President-elect Trump names his secretary of defence; 4 cities announce they will ban diesel vehicles by 2025; shock result in Gambia election as incumbent Yahya Jammeh is defeated.
(Picture: General James Mattis testifies before the Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington July 27, 2010, on his nomination to be Commander of U.S. Central Command. Credit: REUTERS/Yuri Gripas/File Picture)
Hundreds come forward to police; UN: ethnic cleansing in South Sudan; Trump & Twitter.
Photograph shows a football behind a goal net. (Credit: Press Association)
Ukraine missile test provokes Russia; Chapecoense plane crash cockpit audio; Thailand annoints new King Vajiralongkorn
(Picture: A surface-to-surface missile complex BM-21 Grad fires during military exercises of the Ukrainian army at the Devichki shooting range in October 2016. Credit: EPA/ROMAN PILIPEY)
A Republican Congressman explains why the US should renege on Iran deal; The inventor of the Big Mac burger dies; The World Chess Championship final takes on a political edge.
(Photo: A woman at a rally in New York opposing the nuclear deal with Iran. Credit: Kena Betancur/Getty Images)
CIA director John Brennan says Trump would pay a high price for dismantling the Iran deal; the Dutch alcoholic who asked doctors to end his life; the Siberian taking Stalin to court over the 1938 execution of his relative.
(Photo: The lobby of the CIA Headquarters in Langley, Virginia. Credit: Getty Images)
Brazil mourns after brilliant young football squad die in plane crash; tens of thousands flee government advance in East Aleppo; the cost of losing our bees
(Photo: People pay tribute to the players of Brazilian team Chapecoense Real. Credit: AFP)