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IOC to decide which Russians can compete; Armenian unrest; washing machines and gender politics
(Picture: IOC president Thomas Bach. Credit: Getty Images)
Syrian state media reports civilians leave rebel-controlled eastern Aleppo; Bangladeshi police still hold a British man; Trump reacts to Khizr Khan's speech.
(Picture: Syrian government forces secure a street for civilians on Aleppo's outskirts. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Speculation follows cyber attacks on Party computers; Aleppo under siege; cosmic music
(Picture: Hillary Clinton looks at a computer. Credit: Reuters)
The governor of Florida says four people with the Zika virus appear to have been infected by local mosquitoes -- the first such cases in the continental United States; The UN Syria envoy says Russia's plan to let civilians flee the besieged city of Aleppo requires UN supervision -- and a sustainable ceasefire; Swedish government announces sex study.
(Photo: Testing for Mosquito Larvae in Miami, Florida May 2016. Credits: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Hillary Clinton becomes the first woman nominated by a major-party for US presidential election; Turkey purge widens further, two weeks on from the attempted coup; Castello Road, the only route out of Aleppo
Russia and the Syrian army discuss humanitarian corridor for the besieged city of Aleppo; MAD cartoonist Jack Davis dies at 91; Was Trump being 'sarcastic' about Russia?
(Photo: Northwest Outskirts of Aleppo on July 28, 2016. Credit: GEORGE OURFALIAN/AFP/Getty Images)