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An Aleppo resident describes his city as "hell"; white supremacist power in Montana; Italy's politics of the packed lunch
(Picture: A woman reacts in a damaged site after airstrikes on the rebel held al-Qaterji neighbourhood of Aleppo, Syria September 21, 2016. Credit: REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail)
Fighting between Syria's warring parties has resumed on almost every front as President Assad denies that the city of Aleppo is under siege;
Egyptian authorities say they have recovered 42 bodies from the Mediterranean, but hundreds more migrants are feared to have drowned after their boat sank; the big business of the wine industry.
(Photo: Syrian President Bashar al-Assad speaking in July 2016. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Damascus rejects US call for a no-fly zone; Has China lost control of its first space station?; Why cut-throat academia can lead to bad science.
(Picture: A Syrian man carries a baby after rescuing him from a destroyed building in Aleppo. Credit: Getty Images)
The United Nations Children's Fund says two million children are severely malnourished in war-torn Yemen; Tension in Democratic Republic of Congo after opposition demonstrations; Should tattoos be allowed in the workplace?
(Photo: Salem, 5, suffers from malnutrition at a hospital in Hodeidah near Sanaa, Yemen; Credit: AP).
President Obama calls for greater acceptance of refugees; The German village home to a small band of committed neo-Nazis; What we know about the Brangelina split.
(Picture: President Obama addresses the UN General Assembly. Credit: Getty Images)
Many killed in aid convoy attack; inside a Gulen school; can computers cure cancer?
(Photo: Damaged trucks carrying aid, in Aleppo Credit: Aleppo 24 News/Associated Press)