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Tear gas and clashes in the migrant camp; Prosecuting destruction of heritage as a war crime; Health professionals at the heart of town planning.
(Photo: Migrants sit on the roof of their makeshift shelters as police secure the Jungle migrant camp during its demolition in Calais. Credit: EPA/Yoan Valat)
Agencies aim to capitalise on the cessation of hostilities in Syria; Demolition starts in the 'Jungle' in Calais; One man's plan to sail a whale across the Atlantic.
(Photo: Children play in a rebel held area of Damascus as fighting halts under the 'cessation of hostilities' agreement. Credit: EPA/Mohammed Badra)
A tilt in the balance of power in Iran - conservatives may have lost their parliamentary majority; "Aligarh": The Bollywood movie about homosexuality; freed journalist vows to continue his criticism of the Turkish government.
(Photo: Iranian President, Hassan Rouhani)
President Rouhani's allies make big gains in Iran elections; Hillary Clinton wins in South Carolina; China's black market for 'corpse brides'.
Photograph shows Iranian President Hassan Rouhani waves after casting his vote during elections in Tehran. (Credit: Reuters)
Have hostilities ceased in Syria?; African Union observers head to Burundi; Will Georgia's capital Tbilisi be ruined by a building complex?
(Photo: SAMEER AL-DOUMY / Stringer)
Syria largely quiet but with sporadic clashes; rally to mark one year anniversary of Nemtsov murder; a Kenyan tea farmer's view on El Niño.
Photograph shows women walk on rubble in Syria. (Credit: Reuters)