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Iraqi army's elite force pauses advance near Mosul

Kurdish Peshmerga fighters drive a vehicle at the front line during a battle with Islamic State militants at Topzawa village near Bashiqa, near MosulBy Stephen Kalin and Maher Chmaytelli EAST OF MOSUL/BAGHDAD, Iraq (Reuters) - An elite unit of the Iraqi army paused its week-long advance on Mosul as it approached the city's eastern edge on Tuesday, waiting for other U.S.-backed forces to close in on Islamic State's last major urban stronghold in Iraq. Seeking to relieve pressure on their forces controlling the northern Iraqi city, Islamic State fighters who have waged counter attacks across the country battled Iraqi troops in the desert town of Rutba, 450 km (280 miles) to the southwest. On the ninth day of the offensive on Mosul, government forces and allied Kurdish Peshmerga fighters are still fighting their way toward the city's outer limits, in the early stages of an assault which could become the biggest military operation in Iraq in over a decade.

NATO says Russian battle group may be used against Aleppo civiliansBy Robin Emmott BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Russian warships heading for Syria could be used to target civilians in the besieged city of Aleppo, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg warned on Tuesday, calling on Moscow to implement a lasting ceasefire. NATO is monitoring the movement of the eight-strong carrier battle group from northern Russia towards Gibraltar en route to the eastern Mediterranean, where alliance officials fear it will launch fighter bombers to hit northwestern Syria early in November. "The battle group may be used to increase Russia's ability to take part in combat operations over Syria and to conduct even more air strikes against Aleppo," Stoltenberg said.
General Motors third-quarter earnings widely beat expectations

Cars are seen inside the General Motors Corp world headquarters in DetroitGeneral Motors Co reported much higher-than-expected third-quarter earnings on strong North American truck and SUV sales, blowing past fears that a U.S. market slowdown would dent profitability. GM said on Tuesday that it expected full-year results would be on the "high end" of its previous forecasts of $5.50 to $6.00 a share. Rival Ford Motor Co in July warned that a slowing U.S. auto market would put its full-year profit forecast at risk.

Fiat Chrysler raises earnings forecasts after Q3 resultsMILAN (AP) ? Fiat Chrysler Automobiles increased its earnings forecast after returning to a profit in the third quarter, driven by strong results in North America.
Thomas a winner again, and still a long road toward the top

Justin Thomas of the United States acknowledges the crowd as he approaches the eighteenth green during the final round of the CIMB Classic golf tournament at Tournament Players Club (TPC) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016. (AP Photo/Joshua Paul)SHANGHAI (AP) ? Winning a PGA Tour event for the second straight year, especially the manner in which Justin Thomas rallied in Malaysia, made it easy to assume that a player of his polish and power could be on the verge of breaking through to the next level.

US writers Beatty, Moshfegh up for Man Booker fiction prize

The Man Booker prize short list writers pose for the media, with the books ,they are from the left-Paul Beatty, "The Sellout", Deborah Levy , "Hot Milk" Graeme Macrae Burnet, "His Bloody Project", Ottessa Moshfegh "Eileen", David Szalay "All That Man Is", and Madeleine Thien, "Do Not Say We Have Nothing", during a photocall for the Man Booker Prize for fiction in London, Monday, Oct. 24, 2016. This will be the third year the 50,000 (61,000 US$), prize has been open to any writer, writing originally in English and published in the UK, irrespective of nationality.(AP Photo/Alastair Grant)LONDON (AP) ? A satirical look at race and racism in the United States and a disturbing small-town American character study are among six novels vying for the prestigious Man Booker Prize, to be awarded Tuesday.

Iran official: Gay Utah senator watched during recent trip

Iranian Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi answers questions from lawmakers in an open session of parliament in Tehran, Iran, Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016. Iran's intelligence minister is defending his agents' handling of a visit by a gay Utah state senator after hard-liners alleged it represented a security breach. Alavi said Sen. Jim Dabakis was under "full surveillance" during his six-day visit in September. Alavi also questioned why hard-liners didn't have a problem with Dabakis making a 15-day visit in 2010 during the administration of hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. (AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi)TEHRAN, Iran (AP) ? Iran's intelligence minister is defending his agents' handling of a visit by a gay Utah state senator after hard-liners alleged it represented a security breach.

Moscow denies Russian or Syrian air strikes on Aleppo in past weekBy Andrew Osborn and Lisa Barrington MOSCOW/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Russia said on Tuesday Russian and Syrian military planes had not launched air strikes on Aleppo since Moscow said it was suspending bombing seven days ago, contradicting a monitor who says air strikes on some areas resumed on Saturday. Defense ministry spokesman Major-General Igor Konashenkov said Russian and Syrian planes had not even approached, let alone bombed, the devastated city since last Tuesday when Russia suspended air strikes ahead of a pause in hostilities. "Flights over Aleppo by the Russian and Syrian air forces have been completely halted for the last seven days," said Konashenkov in a statement.
Migrants wait for new homes as France prepares 'Jungle' demolition

Men remove the roof of a makeshift shelter on the second day the evacuation of migrants as part of the dismantlement of the camp called the "Jungle" in CalaisBy Matthias Blamont CALAIS, France (Reuters) - Migrants pushed against police lines outside Calais' "Jungle" camp on Tuesday, waiting for processing as government workers prepared to move in to start clearing the sprawling shanty-town. Hundreds of camp dwellers, many carrying all their possessions in backpacks, waited for busses to take them on to temporary accommodation across France, as the start of a massive operation to demolish the site. Some kept warm around piles of burning rubbish in the camp, a filthy expanse that has become a symbol of Europe's failed migration policies as member states bicker over who should take in asylum-seekers and economic migrants.

The Latest: Adriatic town blocks 12 female migrants

Migrants wait before being registered at a processing centre in the makeshift migrant camp known as "the jungle" near Calais, northern France, Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016. France began the mass evacuation Monday of the makeshift migrant camp known as "the jungle," a mammoth project to erase the humanitarian blight on its northern border, where thousands fleeing war or poverty have lived in squalor, most hoping to sneak into Britain.(AP Photo/Matt Dunham)PARIS (AP) ? The Latest on Europe's response to the inflow of asylum-seekers and migrants (all times local):