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  1. The forces are reported to have been looking for the militants' hideout when they came under attack.
  2. Kurdish forces have not confirmed reports that they have given up the last area under their control.
  3. The Irishman was acquitted of all charges in Egypt over a month ago but his release was delayed.
  4. Residents hit by Hurricane Harvey must pledge not to boycott Israel in exchange for federal aid.
  5. Hamas denounces the "blatant interference" in a Palestinian reconciliation deal signed last week.
  6. Kosrat Rasul described troops sent to Kirkuk and other Kurdish-held areas as "occupying forces".
  7. Gunfire, danger - a few of the hazards facing a BBC team covering the news from Iraq.
  8. The BBC's Feras Kilani was with Syrian Democratic Forces as they took control of the centre of Raqqa, Syria.
  9. US-backed forces may be celebrating after taking back another city, but fighting will not end soon.
  10. Iraq's military says it has taken key sites near the disputed city of Kirkuk from Kurdish forces.
  11. Maps and graphics telling the story of the fight against so-called Islamic State (IS) in Iraq and Syria.
  12. IS has lost its 'capital' Raqqa, but it has taken the might of a global alliance to crush it.
  13. The fall of Kirkuk reflects the struggle to control Iraq after the defeat of IS, says Michael Knights.
  14. An Iraqi Shia Turkmen woman recalls the horrors of her ordeal at the hands of IS militants.
  15. The newness of the Trump policy seems to be a matter of rhetoric rather than substance, writes Jonathan Marcus.
  16. A Fatah-Hamas deal to end a decade-long rift is welcomed by Gazans, but many are wary of the future.
  17. Can the world's longest river be saved?