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Reports from the Kurdish and Iraqi Army front line in Iraq; 'Pacifying' Rio's favelas; Nasa concludes that Venus was once more hospitable than Earth.
(Photo: The Iraqi army is moving on Mosul from the south. Credit: AFP)
'People were going by us doing high fives': the assault on Mosul; two Chinese astronauts blast off into space; the last King of Rwanda, known as the gentle giant, dies in exile.
(Picture: Iraqi forces advance towards Mosul in an attempt to retake it from Islamic State. Photograph: Ahmad Al-Rubaye/AFP/Getty Images)
Kerry urges Yemen ceasefire; Mars lander starts descent; Argentina's first saint - the 'gaucho priest'.
Photograph shows Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and U.S Secretary of State John Kerry. (Credit: Associated Press)
Unpublished article shows Boris conflicted prior to referendum; anti-Semitism in the UK; the science of profanity -- why do we swear?
(Picture: Vote Leave campaigner Boris Johnson arrives for a press conference at Vote Leave headquarters in London. Credit: Mary Turner/Pool via AP)
Rebels advance on site of apocalyptic prophecy; the Irish citizens' assembly on abortion; controversial Russian statue.
Photograph shows fighters from the Free Syrian Army cheering and reacting as they fighting against the Islamic State (IS) group jihadists on the outskirts of the northern Syrian town of Dabiq. (Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Hydroflurocarbons (HFCs) are widely used in fridges, air conditioning and aerosol sprays. Also: Controversial statue to Vladimir the Great; Thailand in mourning
(Picture: The deal will mean that new refrigerators will use less harmful cooling gases in the future Credit: Getty Images)