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Afghan forces fight to recapture city; Yemen wedding deaths; protecting the South Pacific; and the former British Ambassador in Syria, Iraq, Libya and Saudi Arabia on what he called the most disastrously violent time for the Middle East since World War Two.
Hajj death toll disputed by Pakistan government; Jamaican MP wants slavery reparations from the UK; as this year's shortlist for the Toy Hall of Fame are announced, what makes a classic toy?
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President Obama talks of a "managed transition" in Syria but what role for President Assad in that process? Mars appears to be flowing with rivulets of salty water and the Taliban captures the provincial capital of Kunduz
Can Russia and the West co-operate in Syria? Catalonia votes; the Pope visits US jail.
An assessment of Pope's US tour; blood moon and prophecies; Angelique Kidjo explains SDGs
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ICC prosecutes Timbuktu destruction; Libyan people trafficker killed; Tower Bridge sounds
(Photo credit: The Djingareyber Mosque in Timbuktu. BBC/Jeff Overs)