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The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan holds talks in St Petersburg with President Vladimir Putin; the children left behind after Ebola ravaged the West African state of Guinea; fifty senior US national security experts warn that Donald Trump "would be the most reckless president" in US history.
(Picture: Russian President Putin (R) meets Turkish President Erdogan in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Credit: Getty Images)
Trump unveils new economic agenda; Pakistan hospital attack; Leonard Cohen's muse
Photograph shows GOP Presidential Candidate Donald Trump Gives Economic Policy Address In Detroit. (Credit: Getty Images)
A bomb blast has killed at least 63 people at a hospital in the city of Quetta in south-west Pakistan; Japan's Emperor Akihito hints at wish to abdicate; a crocodile backlash in East Timor.
(Picture: Bystanders comfort a mourner after the killing of a victim in a bomb explosion at a hospital in Quetta, Pakistan. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Athletes receive doping ban; 'Brazilian butt-lift' surgeon dies; New Lucille Ball statue
(Photo: International Paralympic Committee President Sir Philip Craven and Director of Media and Communications Craig Spencer. Credit: Joe Scarnici/Getty Images)
Officials named and shamed in anti-drug campaign; Thai referendum; Brazilian Butt-lift king dies
Photograph shows Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte. (Credit: European Photopress Agency)
The South African president, Jacob Zuma has tried to put a brave face on his party's worst electoral result since it came to power at the end of apartheid; Olympics latest; London riots anniversary
(Photo: South Africa"s President Jacob Zuma reacts during the official announcement of the municipal election results at the result centre in Pretoria. Credit: REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko)