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US prisoners on strike; India surrogacy ban; Daily life of Afghans in pictures
(Picture: Man walks through rubble carrying another man on his shoulders in Idlib Credit: AFP)
Syria ceasefire agreement; Uganda opposition leader; portraits of Afghans.
Photograph shows US Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. (Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Facebook reverses policy to censor famous Vietnam photo; US Congressmen back legislation to allow 9/11 victims' families to sue the Saudi Arabian government; UN Human Rights Chief on political populism.
(Photo: Kim Phuc and other South Vietnamese children after an aerial napalm attack in 1972. Credit: AP/Nick Ut)
Many countries condemn North Korea for carrying out a fifth nuclear test. Migrants in Slovenia. Are schools that select on the basis of pupil ability good?
(Picture: TV screens show a North Korean newscaster reading a statement from the North"s Nuclear Weapons Institute. Credit: AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
70 aid agencies suspend cooperation with the UN in Syria after accusations of working too closely with the authorities in Damascus; Nigeria's President Buhari declares a "Change Begins With Me" campaign to improve public morals and stamp out corruption; Star Trek celebrates its half century
Photo shows a UN vehicle in Damascus next to a poster of President Assad. Photo credit: Louai Beshara/AFP/Getty Images
Just what is Russia's view on the US presidential race and why does Putin favour Trump? Just how strong is so-called Islamic State? New research says there are four separate species of Giraffe.
Picture: a woman wears a shirt reading "Trump Putin "16" while waiting for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to speak at a campaign event at Plymouth State University in Plymouth, N.H. Credit: AP Photo/David Goldman)