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- Anger over Russian convoy in Ukraine
- Russia's decision to send more than 100 aid lorries into war-torn eastern Ukraine without permission is condemned by the West.
- US anger at China 'air interception'
- A Chinese fighter came perilously close to a US military patrol plane over international waters east of China's Hainan Island, the Pentagon says.
- Israel vows response to boy's death
- Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu says army and intelligence operations will "intensify" after a four-year-old boy is killed by fire from Gaza.
- Ebola outbreak speed 'unprecedented'
- The World Health Organization says the speed and extent of the Ebola outbreak is "unprecedented", as it confirms more deaths from the disease.
- Dozens killed in Iraq mosque attack
- Suspected Shia militants kill at least 68 worshippers at a Sunni mosque, in a blow to a government push for sectarian unity against IS militants.
- Race to find Japan landslide victims
- Rescuers search desperately for survivors in Japan's Hiroshima prefecture where a landslide killed at least 42 people, with 43 still missing.
- National Guard pulls out of Ferguson
- The National Guard withdraws from Ferguson, Missouri, where the shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white policeman sparked days of protests.
- Colombia military meet Farc rebels
- Members of Colombia's armed forces meet Farc rebel leaders for the first time at Havana peace talks, to discuss ways of implementing a ceasefire.
- Syria death toll 'more than 191,000'
- More than 191,000 people have been killed in the Syria conflict up to April, UN says.
- German policeman in 'cannibal' trial
- A policeman goes on trial in Germany accused of murdering a businessman who allegedly shared a cannibalism fetish.
- Woman 'saw Congo colonel order rape'
- A woman who was gang-raped and burned in her house tells a DR Congo war crimes trial she saw an army colonel give the orders.
- Fed says 'slack' in US jobs market
- US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen says there is still "remaining slack in the labour market".
- VIDEO: Obama refuses ice bucket challenge
- Barack Obama has said he will not be taking part in the ice bucket challenge, a fundraising stunt which involves people drenching themselves with cold water.
- Stench of decay turns coral away
- Baby coral and fish can smell the difference between good and bad reefs, say marine ecologists.
- IS militants 'biggest threat' to US
- Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq are the most dangerous threat the US has faced in recent years, senior American officials warn.
- Manning 'denied gender treatment'
- The US military has yet to offer imprisoned Wikileaks leaker Chelsea Manning sex change treatment despite medical recommendations, her lawyer says.
- Argentina debt plan ruled 'illegal'
- Argentina's plan to ask investors holding defaulted bonds to swap them for new locally issued debt is ruled "illegal" by a US court.
- Venezuela 'to fingerprint shoppers'
- Venezuela plans to fingerprint supermarket shoppers in a move to combat food shortages and smuggling.
- Army takes over Miss Uganda contest
- Forces hope Miss Uganda will boost agriculture.
- Tour buses collide near Egypt resort
- Two tourist buses collide near Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt's Sinai peninsula, leaving 33 people dead and 41 injured, officials say.
- Malaysia observes silence for MH17
- Malaysians observe a moment of silence following the arrival of the bodies of 20 victims of Flight MH17 which crashed in Ukraine in July.
- India's Kerala to ban alcohol sales
- Authorities in the southern Indian state of Kerala outline plans to ban the sale and consumption of alcohol to tackle the state's drink problem.
- Lithuania envoy killed in Ukraine
- Lithuania says its honorary consul has been murdered by "terrorists" in Luhansk, in rebel-held eastern Ukraine.
- Four white lion cubs born in Germany
- Four rare white lion cubs - three males and one female - are born at a circus on tour in eastern Germany.
- Iraqi Christians welcomed in France
- France welcomes about 40 Iraqi Christian refugees flown to Paris from Irbil in Iraqi Kurdistan after fleeing Islamist fighters.
- Israel kills top Hamas commanders
- An Israeli air strike kills three senior Hamas military commanders as Israel vows to pursue its Gaza campaign until it achieves "full security".
- May pledges new anti-extremist laws
- Home Secretary Theresa May confirms she is pressing ahead with new powers to tackle extremist groups, while defending current counter-terrorism strategy.
- Hospitals told to cut parking charges
- Hospitals in England are told to cut the cost of parking for certain groups under new government guidelines.
- HSBC boss in 'capital flight' claim
- Uncertainty over an independent Scotland's currency could lead to "capital flight" from the country, the chairman of HSBC claims.
- LSE rights issue to raise almost £1bn
- The London Stock Exchange is raising £938m in a shareholders rights issue to help fund a £1.6bn US acquisition.
- Gap goes to India for new customers
- US clothing store Gap is bringing its brand to India with the aim of opening 40 outlets, and will launch the first two stores early next year.
- I'm not racist nor sexist - Mackay
- Ex-Cardiff boss Malky Mackay says he is no "racist, sexist, homophobe or anti-Semite" after sending offensive text messages.
- Atletico beat Real to win Super Cup
- Mario Mandzukic scores his first goal for Atletico Madrid, who beat city rivals Real to win the Spanish Super Cup.
- McIlroy fights back in play-offs
- Rory McIlroy recovers from a rusty start with a second-round 65 to ease into contention in the first of the four PGA Tour play-off events.
- India blocks Gandhi murder film
- India blocks the release of a film on the assassination of former Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi, after complaints it glorifies her killers.
- Singer accuser seeks case dismissal
- A man who claims he was sexually abused by director Bryan Singer seeks to have his legal action dismissed due to problems securing a legal team.
- Cliff police and BBC to face MPs
- BBC and South Yorkshire Police chiefs are summoned before MPs after a claim of a "cover-up" over the raid on Sir Cliff Richard's home.
- VIDEO: Malaysia's day of mourning for MH17
- Malaysians are marking the return of the remains of the first 20 victims from the downing of flight MH17 over Ukraine in July.
- VIDEO: Gibraltar banishes troublesome monkeys
- Gibraltar is planning to banish some of its Barbary macaque population which have become too cheeky or aggressive
- VIDEO: Pakistan's anti-PM protest continues
- Thousands of Pakistani protesters defy soaring temperatures and rain to maintain their protest against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif outside the parliament in Islamabad.
- VIDEO: Afghanistan poll recount under way
- David Loyn looks at how votes are being checked in the wake of Afghanistan's disputed presidential election.
- VIDEO: Russian aid convoy defies Ukraine
- Russia sends more than 100 aid lorries into eastern Ukraine, without permission from Kiev.
- VIDEO: What are options in fight against IS?
- As Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond announces Britain will not work with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the battle against Islamic State extremists, the BBC's Jeremy Bowen reports on the options in the fight against the IS regime.
- VIDEO: Blast off for sat-nav satellites
- A Soyuz rocket carrying two satellites which will make up part of a new European sat-nav system, blasts off from French Guiana.
- VIDEO: Venezuela to fingerprint shoppers
- President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela has announced a mandatory fingerprinting system in supermarkets to combat food shortages and smuggling.
- VIDEO: 'I survived Islamic State massacre'
- How one man crawled away from killers
- Radical shifts needed to combat IS
- Alliances shift to combat Islamic State threat
- Politicians and their shipping containers
- Why every Pakistani politician needs a shipping container
- VIDEO: James Foley's images of conflict
- The conflict reporting of James Foley
- Dog on tracks sparks Hong Kong protest
- How a dog on the tracks sparked a Hong Kong protest
- The 500 memorials of liberated Paris
- Paris remembers 1944 but memories fade for the fallen
- Jaycee Chan and the viral video game
- Jackie Chan's son and the viral video game
- The king of the leakers
- The man who exposes the technology industry's secrets
- A writer's tale of being a drinker in Kerala
- A writer's tale of being a drinker in Kerala
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