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Mideast Iraq
Iraq's elite counterterrorism forces patrol outside the town of Bartella, Iraq, Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016. Iraqi forces retook Bartella, around 15 kilometers (9 miles) east of Mosul, earlier this week, but are still facing pockets of resistance in the area. (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)
Germany Migrant's Death
An apartment block photographed in Schmoelln, eastern Germany, Sunday Oct. 23, 2016. Officers were called to this building in Schmoelln on Friday afternoon Oct. 21, 2016 by the caregiver for a group of young migrants, who reported that a 17-year-old Somali boy was acting violently, police said. When they arrived, he was sitting on a fifth-floor window ledge. Police and fire officers tried to persuade the teenager not to jump, but he leapt and died shortly afterward of his injuries. Onlookers apparently shouted "Jump!" before the teenage migrant leapt from the apartment block in the eastern German town, suffering fatal injuries, the mayor said Saturday Oct. 22, 2016 . (Michael Reichel/dpa via AP)
Mideast Iran US Election
In this photo released by official website of the office of the Iranian Presidency, President Hassan Rouhani speaks to the crowd during a visit to the central city of Arak, Iran, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016. Iran's president Hassan Rouhani criticized the U.S. presidential candidates' behavior during their debates. Rouhani said on Sunday: "Did you see the debate and the way of their speaking, accusing and mocking each other? Do we want such a democracy and election in our country?" (Iranian Presidency Office via AP)
Mideast Iraq Alcohol Ban
FILE -- In this Sept. 11, 2007, file photo, a man looks at bottles of alcohol on sale in liquor store in Baghdad, Iraq. Iraq's parliament passed a law forbidding the import, production or selling of alcoholic beverages. The bill passed late Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, imposes a fine of up to 25 million Iraqi dinars, or $21,000, for anyone violating the ban. Islam forbids the consumption of alcohol, but it has always been available in Iraq's larger cities, mainly from shops run by Christians. It's unclear how strictly the law would be enforced. (AP Photo/ Hadi Mizban, File)