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  1. Hedayatullah

    According to internal documents and sources consulted by CBC News, there are signs several UN figures and other international actors — including a key Canadian official — have been reticent to pressure Myanmar on the rights of Rohingya.

  2. CHINA-CONGRESS/

    As the red curtain rises on this week's key meeting of China's rulers — the 19th Congress of the Communist Party — nothing is being left to chance. Large gatherings are banned and the internet is in virtual lockdown.

  3. Kenya Election

    The head of Kenya's election commission says he cannot guarantee next week's presidential election will be free and fair, citing interference from politicians and threats of violence against his colleagues.

  4. MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-RAQQA

    Anti-ISIS fighters declared victory over the group in its de facto capital, but defeating its ideology will be a more difficult battle, writes Derek Stoffel.

  5. TWITTER-RESULTS/

    Twitter says it's making policy changes to crack down on sexual harassment, including 'creep shots' taken without consent. It will also target hate and tweets that glorify or condone violence.