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Belgian police conduct raids; New US stock exchange; Iran's contemporary Western art
(Photo: Belgian soldiers walk the streets after the dismantling of a terrorist unit in Brussels Credit: NICOLAS MAETERLINCK/AFP/Getty Images)
Just weeks before the start of the Olympic Games, the governor of the state of Rio de Janeiro says money for public services has run out, making it difficult to stage the both the Olympic and Paralympic Games; Bulgarian-American artist Christo's latest work is a vast floating pier on a lake in northern Italy that allows people to walk on the water; The tastes, images and music of F Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby.
(Photo: A homeless woman on the streets of Rio de Janeiro; Credit: Getty Images)
The IAAF maintains its ban on Russian athletes competing internationally, including at the Rio Olympics; An Auschwitz survivor reacts to the sentencing of a former Nazi guard at the death camp; Politicians and Syrian campaigners on the killing of British MP Jo Cox.
The Iraqi military says it's recaptured the main government buildings in the city of Fallujah from the Islamic State group; British MPs pay tribute to their murdered colleague and express concern about their own safety; The international aid agency, Médecins Sans Frontières says it's no longer taking funds from the European Union and its member states.
(Photo: Smoke rises after an airstrike by a US-led coalition warplane as Iraqi security forces advance during heavy fighting against so-called Islamic State militants in Fallujah earlier this week; Credit: Associated Press)
A Member of Parliament has been shot and stabbed to death in her constituency; Gays in Kenya suffer a legal set back in a court ruling; 40 years after the Soweto uprising
(Tributes placed by a picture of slain Labour MP Jo Cox. Credit: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images)
The United Nations accuses the so-called Islamic State militant group of committing genocide against the Yazidi community in Iraq and Syria; A new report by the World Anti-Doping Agency says officials in Russia were prevented from testing athletes; Author Michael Morpurgo on encouraging children to read classics.
(Photo: Displaced Yazidis fleeing violence from so-called Islamic State walk towards the Syrian border in August 2014; Credit: Reuters)