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Nearly 13,000 police officers become the latest to be dismissed or suspended as part of the Turkish government's crackdown following July's coup.
Jason Rezaian, the Washington Post's former bureau chief in Tehran, sues Iran's government for "irreparable harm" during his 18-month imprisonment.
France and Spain draft a UN resolution to halt the fighting in Aleppo, after the US ended its negotiations with Russia on Monday.
The European Parliament backs the ratification of the Paris climate deal, the world's first comprehensive climate agreement.
Thirty-seven people, including leading members of Spain's ruling Popular Party, have gone on trial in Madrid accused of involvement in a massive corruption network.
A leading Nigerian actress, who was banned from the Hausa-language film industry because of her "immoral" behaviour, apologises to her fans.
Colombian leader Juan Manuel Santos seeks talks with opponents of a peace agreement with Farc rebels following the deal's surprise rejection in a popular vote.