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Bitcoin founder steps forward; Indiana unemployment; Australia horse cull.
Photograph shows Dr Craig Wright, who claims to be the inventor of Bitcoin. (Credit: Press Association)
German populist Alternative für Deutschland approves anti-Islam policies; Tim Franks at a Donald Trump rally in Indiana; Circus lions set free
Photo shows the party board of the Alternative für Deutschland political party react at the end of the party's federal congress in Stuttgart. Photo credit: Getty Images
Iraqi protestors demand end to corruption; Leicester City; Linda Ramone reminisces
Photo Credit: EPA Wires: Shiite protesters storm Green Zone in Baghdad
Supporters of cleric Moqtada Sadr break into the Baghdad Green Zone; Is the US acquiescing in the bombardment of Aleppo? Walt Whitman's health tips for men
Photo shows supporters of cleric Moqtada Sadr gathering in the courtyard of celebrations after breaking into Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone. Photo credit: Getty Images
Bombing in the Syrian city of Aleppo has continued for a ninth consecutive day as a 24-hour partial ceasefire comes into effect in other parts of the country; Kenya burns over 100 tonnes of ivory; 600kg of Roman coins discovered in southern Spain.
(Photo: Syrians ride a motorbike past a collapsed building on which a graffiti reads "Save Aleppo". Credit: AFP PHOTO/MAHMOUD TAHAMAHMOUD TAHA/AFP/Getty Images)
Pentagon says Afghan strike not war crime; first commercial Zika test; Garrison Keillor.
Photograph shows U.S. Army General Joseph Votel, commander, U.S. Central Command, briefs the media at the Pentagon in Washington about the investigation of the airstrike on the MSF hospital in Kunduz. (Credit: Reuters)