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Hostage crisis in Dhaka; Russian hurdler seeks neutral competing; Battle of the Somme.
Photograph shows people helping an unidentified injured person after a group of gunmen attacked a restaurant popular with foreigners in a diplomatic zone of the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka. (Credit: Associated Press)
Court orders rerun of presidential poll in Vienna; Lessons learned in the 100 years since the Battle of the Somme; and what a Slovakian EU presidency may mean for Brexit.
(Photo: Austrian presidential candidates Alexander Van der Bellen and Norbert Hofer Credit: AFP)
More turmoil as Boris Johnson rules himself out of the Conservative party leadership race; Russian parliament approves far reaching anti-terrorism legislation; Australian election previewed.
UK government and opposition leadership in Brexit turmoil; Philippines' 'Punisher' President takes the reins; the first 100 days of Aung San Suu Kyi and the National League for Democracy Myanmar.
(Photo: Vote Leave campaign leaders Boris Johnson and Michael Gove Credit: EPA)
The European Council meets without Britain for the first time after Brexit vote; Scientists discover an escape tunnel used by Jewish prisoners during the Holocaust; The world's biggest uncut diamond goes on auction.
(Photo: A United Kingdom name card at the EU Summit in Brussels. Credit: Reuers/Phil Noble)
Suicide bombs kill 40 & over 200 injured; Hisham Matar on new novel; Scotty Moore dies
(Photo credit: AFP)