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Belgian region of Wallonia refuses to accept deal between the EU and Canada; Tom Hayden, one of the most prominent American civil rights and anti-Vietnam war protestors, has died at the age of 76; Richard Haass on Trump and Clinton's foreign policy.
(photo: A man holds a placard depicting a no entry sign with the TTIP and CETA logos. Credit: AFP PHOTO / JOHN THYSJOHN THYS/AFP/Getty Images)
Migrant 'jungle' camp cleared in Calais; Man Booker preview; CO2 critical.
(Picture: Migrants begin to leave the Jungle camp before authorities demolish the site. Credit: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
Turkish artillery used against IS; freed hostages speak; a beginner's guide to Wallonia
Islamic State militants in Iraq launch attack on the western town of Rutba; Mozart's genius captured on stage; the land rights activists killed this week in Honduras.
(Photo: A Kurdish flag waves from a Peshmerga position near Mosul in Iraq. Credit: Getty Images)
Iraq tells Turkey its help is not needed in Mosul operation; how did hackers access major websites? ; Somali pirates free 26 hostages
(Photo: Iraqi pro-government forces drive towards frontline near Mosul. Credit: BULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty Images)
Iraqi troops advancing on Mosul are encountering stiff resistance from jihadists; Vladimir Putin's close aide; Could better cooperation have saved Europe's doomed Mars lander?
(Photo: A man passes a burning oil field in Qayyarah, Iraq. Credit: Getty)