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A major security operation lasted for hours and all attackers were killed.
There were clashes between the police and groups of migrants over the weekend
South Africa says it is pulling out of the International Criminal Court
Donald Trump refuses to say if he will accept the final election result
As many as 1.5 million are thought to be in Mosul, with up to 5,000 fighters
Fighting continued overnight, with IS militants attacking Iraqi army tanks.
The UN has expressed "extreme concern" for the safety of people in the area
An emotional crowd held a late-night vigil in Bangkok.
The US Republican presidential candidate faces new allegations of sexual assault
A Syrian rebel group is running the camp, which is in Idlib near the border with Turkey
The category-four storm is believed to have killed as many as 900 Haitians.
He defended his remarks about women by launching a verbal assault on Hillary and Bill
Juan Manuel Santos wins for efforts to end 52 year conflict with left wing rebels
The storm is heading for the Bahamas.
The running mates tangled at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia.
The fast-approaching Matthew could bring up to 40 inches (102cm) of rain
President Santos said he accepted the result but would continue working to achieve peace.
World leaders hail the former Israeli Prime Minister
The 'human swan' flying across the Arctic; Anti-Americanism at the Ryder Cup?
Tributes to Shimon Peres, who died aged 93. Also: Corruption in English football
The two presidential candidates clash on jobs, terrorism and race.
UN ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power, says Russia is telling lies about its conduct
Rebel-held areas of the Syrian city of Aleppo see the heaviest air strikes in months
Violence for a second night after Keith Lamont Scott was shot dead by a black officer.
The White House has called it an "enormous humanitarian tragedy".
The UN has confirmed that the convoy was hit near the rebel-held town of Urum al-Kubra.
Five devices were found in a backpack inside a rubbish bin near the station in Elizabeth
Officials say EC president Donald Tusk views migration as the main issue to tackle.
Ex-President is accused of being the "the conductor of a criminal orchestra"
A UK parliamentary report has severely criticised the intervention by Britain and France.