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Iraq tells Turkey its help is not needed in Mosul operation; how did hackers access major websites? ; Somali pirates free 26 hostages
(Photo: Iraqi pro-government forces drive towards frontline near Mosul. Credit: BULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty Images)
Iraqi troops advancing on Mosul are encountering stiff resistance from jihadists; Vladimir Putin's close aide; Could better cooperation have saved Europe's doomed Mars lander?
(Photo: A man passes a burning oil field in Qayyarah, Iraq. Credit: Getty)
Former Chief Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo says it's a "shame" South Africa is leaving the ICC; Wonder Woman at the UN; Russia's flotilla passes through the English Channel.
(Picture: the building of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague. Credit: MARTIJN BEEKMAN/AFP/Getty Images)
Many dead in IS counter-attack; South Africa withdraws from ICC; 50 years since Aberfan
(Photo: Iraqi police and Kurdish security forces in Kirkuk. Credit: AFP)
Inside a Las Vegas focus group as they assess the final US presidential debate; we hear from the injured of Mosul; the founder of Chess records has died.
(Picture: Karena Virginia speaks at a press conference where she identifies herself as victim of sexual misconduct by Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump. Credit: Jemal Countess/Getty Images)
Analysis of the third and final US presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump; radio callers from inside Mosul; the art of Picasso's muse
(Photo: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton square off during the final televised presidential debate. Credit: Getty Images)