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British Prime Minister Theresa May says she will trigger in March the process for the UK to leave the EU; Leaked tax returns show Trump declared a loss of more than $900 million in 1995; Swedish guitarist masters flamenco.
(Photo: Conservative delegates talk on the first day of the Conservative party annual conference. Credit: AFP)
Syria clashes continue; Making peace with FARC; Kashmir conflict hits Bollywood
(Photo: Medical staff member inspects the damage at the site of a medical facility. Credit: THAER MOHAMMED/AFP/Getty Images)
Doctors say the largest hospital in rebel held east Aleppo has been bombed out of operation; Hungary referendum on refugees; Microplastics found in animals at the bottom of the ocean.
(Photo: People inspect the damage after an air strike in a rebel-held neighbourhood of Aleppo on Septermber 30, 2016. Credit: Reuters)
The US have rejected Russian claims it is trying to spare jihadist opponents of Syria's president Assad; Hungary holds referendum on mandatory migrant quota; Trump Foundation scrutinised.
(Image: Jabhat Fateh al-Sham fighters. Credit: AP)
Lavrov accuses US; Shimon Peres funeral; Rosetta ends historic mission.
Photograph shows Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. (Credit: BBC)
The Sudanese government reacts to Amnesty's chemical weapons claims; Remembering the Nazi massacre of Jews at Babi Yar; Should the Olympic Games have one permanent host city?
(Photo: Children in North Darfur in April. Credit: Getty Images)