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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)
Roadside at the Copacabana during the men's cycling roadrace on the first full day of competition at the Games, the resignations of Joseph Stiglitz and Mark Pieth from the Panama Papers inquiry, and Bollywood's biggest award show goes to Spain.
(Photo: The Olympic Rings and a couple kissing on Copacabana Beach Credit: AFP / Getty)
Security is tight in Brazil's Rio de Janeiro, ahead of the opening of the Olympic Games; A rare admission of error from Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump; The last two print journalists leave London's legendary Fleet Street.
(Picture: Soldiers patrol ahead of the opening ceremony. Credit: Reuters)