The week's best photojournalism, from the battles for Raqqa and Kirkuk, to forest fires in Portugal and Spain and Storm Ophelia's yellow skies over Britain.
A court in Sweden has awarded a man almost £10,000 after he was imprisoned for four months, wrongly suspected of being an Isis terrorist – but they cannot find him anywhere.
The man allegedly supported "Operation Harvest Festival" in November 1943, when at least 17,000 Jews were shot dead in graves they had to dig themselves.
Haitian rapper and philanthropist talks to IBTimes UK on migration, racism and life in America under the Donald Trump administration.
Suspect working for North Rhine-Westphalia police accused of inciting terrorism and having links to Berlin truck attacker.
French women have begun shaming predators online as the debate about sexual harassment gathers pace on both sides of the Atlantic following the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
Russian and Filipino navy officials said that the warships unloaded some 5,000 assault rifles, a million rounds of ammunition and 20 army trucks.
"According to our intelligence services, the Russian government has made a project of turning Americans against each other," Bush said.
Leaflets were found at the scene that accused the government of violating the constitution and destroying the constitutional court and judicial system.
Eric X, 31, from Ghana, threatened woman, 23, and boyfriend, 26, with a machete in the Siegaue Nature Reserve campsite, near Bonn, Germany, in April.
Gaia Guarnotta claims she was saved from being gang-raped by 25 men in Florence by an immigrant rose seller. The photographer says the men insulted and spat on her.
Spanish government rejects Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont's threat to declare independence unless talks are held.
An "Excalibur" sword used as a tourist attraction at Llangorse Lake, South Wales, was stolen from the stone in which it was embedded, just like in the legend of King Arthur.
Alyona Zaitseva, the 20-year-old daughter of a Russian oligarch, has been detained by police, but critics fear her powerful connections will see her escape justice.
The mayor of Kaliningrad, Alexander Yaroshuck, has urged locals to avoid violence when the the city hosts World Cup matches next year.