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Police say they've now made more than three thousand arrests in a sweeping nationwide hunt for Islamic extremists. Also: Violence at Euro 2016; How to teach manners to children; The Queen at 90
(Picture: Security has been stepped up since the wave of attacks began: three police officers with guns stand together Credit: AFP)
Forces aligned to the new unity government take control of the strategic port in the city of Sirte; former hostages captured by so-called Islamic State recall their days in captivity; the divided loyalties of fans watching the Albania vs Switzerland Euro match.
(Photo: A tank belonging to forces aligned to Libya's new unity government advances on the city of Sirte; Credit: Reuters)
Thousands line the streets of Louisville, Kentucky to say last farewell to boxing legend Muhammad Ali
(Photo: Painting of boxing legend Muhammad Ali outside his childhood home where mourners wait to pay their respects on June 10, 2016 in Louisville, Kentucky Credit: JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)
Tens of thousands of people are bidding a final farewell to the boxing legend Muhammad Ali as his funeral procession moves through the streets of his home city of Louisville in Kentucky. The heavyweight champion and black rights activist died last Friday aged 74.
Image: a kid in Louisville poses as a boxer
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Photo: The coffin of late boxing champion Muhammad Ali arrives for an Islamic funeral prayer, in Louisville. Credit: Reuters
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Photograph shows Medhanie Yehdego Mered pictured at Palermo airport in Italy, but Italian prosecutors are investigating whether the wrong man was extradited. (Credit: Reuters)