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The FBI investigates newly found Hillary Clinton emails linked to ex-congressman Anthony Weiner.
An American Airlines plane catches fire on the runway of Chicago's O'Hare airport while taking off.
A general strike is staged in Venezuela over calls for a referendum to remove the president from power.
The US Supreme Court is to rule on whether schools should allow students use bathrooms based on gender identity.
Rebels in Syria announce an offensive aimed at breaking the government's siege of eastern Aleppo.
The UN says it has negotiated the release of 876 children held as suspects by the Nigerian army.
Young, black female volleyball players give their views about Michelle Obama's support for Hillary Clinton.
Alexandra, a British woman living in Tokyo, tells World Have Your Say why she disagrees with an advert discouraging women from applying make-up on the move.
A bus driver dies in Brisbane, Australia, after a passenger set him on fire.
The death of a former Vladimir Putin adviser in a Washington DC hotel was an "accident", US officials say.
Joe Biden is tipped for the secretary of state job if Hillary Clinton becomes president - US media.
Italian art police recover a priceless manuscript after spotting it for sale online.
The BBC's Orla Guerin was with Kurdish fighters in the village of Fazliya as it was seized from IS.
Dramatic images of the operation to clear the Calais 'Jungle' camp, which saw nearly 6,000 migrants evacuated.
Kenyan schoolchildren are barred from entering examination rooms with clipboards and geometry set boxes in a bid to curb a big cheating problem.
German department stores stop selling "creepy clown" masks ahead of Halloween after a spate of ambushes.
So-called Islamic State is using thousands of civilians as human shields in Mosul, the UN says.
James Longman speaks to a Syrian family accepted for asylum in the UK twice - but then turned down twice.
Republican vice-presidential candidate Mike Pence's plane skids off a runway on landing in New York.
Monitors will attend Chechen weddings in order to enforce traditions.