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President Santos wins Nobel prize; Venezuela's economy; footballer Enner Valencia
(Picture: Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos delivers a speech next to his wife Maria Clemencia Rodriguez after winning the Nobel Peace Prize. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Hurricane Matthew looks set for direct hit on Florida; UN Special Envoy to Syria makes impassioned offer to Jihadists in Aleppo; Prince's home, Paisley Park, opens to the public
(Photo: Residents repair their homes destroyed by Hurricane Matthew in Les Cayes, Haiti. Credit: AP)
Syria Special Envoy makes impassioned plea to warring parties; Hurricane Matthew latest.
(Picture: United Nation's Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura arrives for a press conference on the Aleppo situation. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Antonio Guterres poised to lead UN; Afghan aid; Thriller songwriter dies.
Photograph shows Portugal's former Prime Minister Antonio Guterres. (Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Molecular motors win Nobel chemistry prize; Venezuela's starving; Sydney's unsolved gay hate murders.
(Photo: Professor Bernard Feringa of the Netherlands. Credit: Jeroen Van Kooten/ AFP)
Western Haiti suffers significant damage after Hurricane Matthew brings winds of over 200 kilometres an hour; The Vietnamese state radio broadcaster, known as "Hanoi Hannah" who became notorious for her anti-American propaganda during the Vietnam war, has died; How do you make a marriage last 90 years?
(Photo: People wade through a flooded street while Hurricane Matthew passes Port-au-Prince, Haiti; Credit: Reuters)