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27 EU leaders meet in Bratislava; Calls for the Mexican President to resign; Nigel Farage replaced as leader of UKIP.
(Photo: German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks to the press in Bratislava ahead of a meeting of EU leaders. Credit: Getty Images)
US State Department reaction to aid being blocked; Clinton rally; Bowie posthumous award
The United Nations says despite the ceasefire which began on Monday, the Syrian government is blocking the delivery of humanitarian aid to tens of thousands of civilians; International monitors say a truce in Ukraine between government forces and Russian-backed fighters is being widely respected; It's a hundred years ago today since the first tanks were deployed in battle.
(Photo: Damaged buildings on Castello Road, a crucial access road into Aleppo on 28/7/2016; Credit: SANA via Reuters)
US and Russia agree to extend ceasefire by 48 hours; what does proposed Monsanto deal mean for the future of food; Gaia telescope finds new stars.
(Picture: A man rides a motorcycle near damaged buildings in the rebel held Old Aleppo, Syria, Credit: REUTERS/Abdalrahman Ismail)
Parliament report criticises David Cameron for Libya intervention; Jean-Claude Juncker says EU is facing existential crisis; mapping our galaxy.
Photograph shows David Cameron and Nicolas Sarkozy arriving in Libya. (Credit: Associated Press)
As the latest ceasefire holds, questions arise about aid getting into northern Syria; could it be possible, one day, for babies to be made without eggs? Ugandan chess champion from the slumps of Kampala to Hollywood.
(Picture: Syrian youths at a café in the government-held Mogambo neighbourhood in Aleppo. Credit: Getty Images)