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Aleppo final advances; Obama orders review into 'Russia hacking'; Nobel Prize ceremonies
Civilians are fleeing east Aleppo as the Syrian government and its allies push ahead in the campaign to recapture the whole of the city; Explosions near a stadium after a football game in Istanbul, Turkey, kill at least 13 people; Gambia's president rejects election result.
(Photo: Syrian civilians arrive at a checkpoint manned by pro-government forces after leaving Aleppo's eastern neighbourhoods. Credit: George Ourfaliana / AFP / Getty Images)
More than 1,000 Russian athletes implicated in state-sponsored doping, a report claims; Dutch anti-Islam politician convicted in hate speech trial; Ghana awaits election results.
(Picture: Russian Paralympians compete. Credit: Getty)
Ghana's opposition leader Nana Akufo-Addo wins presidential election; Rupert Colville says several hundred men are believed to be missing in Aleppo; Kirk Douglas celebrates his 100th birthday
(Photo: Opposition leader Nana Akufo-Addo campaigning before the presidential elections Credit: AFP)
Lyse Doucet reports from Aleppo as rebels flee advancing Syrian forces; racism in customers' Airbnb room selections; Did Ian Fleming steal James Bond from a female novelist?
(Photo: The al-Shaar neighbourhood in eastern Aleppo after being secured by government forces. Credit: George Ourfalian / AFP / Getty Images)
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