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The UK criticises Russia over actions in Syria; Trump says 'shackles off'; Dilbert creator Scott Adams on the US presidential race.
(Picture: Britain"s Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson told the House of Commons that Russia is “in danger of becoming a pariah nation” because of its actions in Syria. Credit: PA via AP)
New report shows convergence of radicals and criminals in Europe; child brides on the rise; dinosaur asteroid crater probed
(Photo: Members of Jihadist group Hamza Abdualmuttalib. Credit: Bulent Kilic/AFP Getty)
Thomas Frank on the dilemma facing the Democratic party in the USA; Saudi Arabia says it will investigate the bombing of a funeral in Yemen; Why are some people afraid of clowns?
(Picture: Bobble head figurines of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton greet Republican party supporters Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
US Presidential race heats up; Germany bomb plot thwarted; Polish film director Andrzej Wajda dies
(US presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump after the second presidential debate in Missouri. Credit: ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump prepare for their crucial 'town hall' debate; Ethiopia defends calling a state of emergency; New research shows immunotherapy tackling new cancers.
(Photo: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, following their first head-to-head debate in New York. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Trump loses more Republican support; Many dead in Yemen attack; China's wine tasters win prestigious competition.
(Picture: Preparations taking place for the second presidential debate at Washington University in St Louis. Credit: Cliff Hawkins/Getty Images)