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- Million 'have fled Ukraine conflict'
- The number of people who have fled the fighting in Ukraine has doubled in weeks, and the UN says more than a million have now been displaced.
- Afghan militants 'may join IS'
- Fighters from a militant Islamic group in Afghanistan, allied to the Taliban, tell the BBC they are considering joining forces with Islamic State.
- CPS withdraws Ashya parents warrant
- UK prosecutors withdraw the arrest warrant that enabled Spanish police to hold the parents who took their ill son from a British hospital.
- Ebola response 'lethally inadequate'
- A global military intervention is needed to curb the largest ever Ebola outbreak, according to the medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres.
- FM: Independence 'closer than ever'
- Scottish independence is "closer than it's ever been" claims First Minister Alex Salmond, as an opinion poll suggests gains for the Yes campaign.
- US 'targets al-Shabab's leader'
- The US military carries out air strikes in Somalia, reportedly targeting the leader of militant group al-Shabab, though it is unclear if he was hit.
- FBI probes 'Cloud' celebrity leaks
- The FBI looks into allegations that the online accounts of celebrities have been hacked, leading to intimate pictures being posted online.
- Terror suspects held in Saudi Arabia
- Saudi Arabia's interior ministry says it has arrested 88 people suspected of plotting attacks inside and outside the country.
- Pakistan MPs hold emergency session
- Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif seeks to gain support in an emergency joint session of parliament as protesters on the streets of Islamabad call for his resignation.
- Arrests over Afghan child marriage
- The parents of an eight-year-old girl and a 12-year-old boy are arrested on charges of arranging their under-age marriage in northern Afghanistan.
- Ecuador volcano increases activity
- A massive ash cloud is rising from the Tungurahua volcano in Ecuador as it shows increased activity with a series of explosions on Monday.
- Gayet wins new French privacy case
- Actress Julie Gayet, linked to President Hollande, wins a privacy case against a photographer who snapped her in her car, which French law deems private space.
- Dethroned beauty queen seeks apology
- A dethroned Burmese beauty queen is refusing to hand back her crown until she receives an apology from South Korean organisers.
- Mass escape from juvenile US prison
- More than 30 teenagers held at a juvenile detention centre in Tennessee escape by crawling through a fence and 17 are still being sought.
- Nazi disabled victims memorial opens
- A glass monument is publicly opened in Berlin to 300,000 victims of the Nazis with mental and physical disabilities or chronic illnesses.
- Chris Brown pleads guilty over punch
- Rapper Chris Brown admits punching a man in October last year but walks free from court because of time already served.
- VIDEO: Uganda's Ghetto Kids: 'Dance changed my life'
- Children in Uganda working in a pioneering dance group, Ghetto Kids, have been describing how it has changed their lives for the better.
- VIDEO: Beauty queen refuses to return crown
- Myanmar's first ever beauty queen has refused to give back her $100,000 (£60,300) crown after being dethroned.
- VIDEO: The most future-proof profession?
- BBC News talks to Ian Lowe, a blacksmith who teaches other people an ancient art he believes to be future-proof.
- VIDEO: One-minute World News
- Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
- VIDEO: China's museum of roast duck
- In 2013 China had a new museum open almost every day of the year on average, resulting in some slightly bizarre attractions
- VIDEO: Footage of powerful solar flares
- The US Space Agency Nasa has released new footage showing a series of powerful solar flares.
- VIDEO: Could Horseball gain Olympic glory?
- Horseball, a mix of rugby and basketball, was invented in France in the 1970s, and now there are attempts to get it into the Olympics, as the BBC's Ollie Williams reports.
- VIDEO: 'Hero' cat saves owner from fire
- A tabby cat has been hailed a hero after she woke up her owner to alert him to a fire which destroyed his home in Melbourne, Australia.
- Brain 'can learn to eat healthily'
- The brain can be trained to prefer healthy food over unhealthy high-calorie foods, suggests a study from the US.
- Thieving monkey hands out money
- A monkey in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh steals money from a home and rains down banknotes on people, reports say.
- Uber banned across Germany by court
- A court says the UberPop service must stop transporting passengers in Germany, but the American company refuses to suspend work.
- Detroit's bankruptcy battle begins
- A hearing to convince a judge to approve Detroit's plan to restructure the city's debts has begun.
- Google 'discourages' old browser use
- Google has started showing old versions of its search page to people using out-of-date versions of web browsers.
- VIDEO: FBI to investigate celebrity hacking
- The FBI are investigating after many famous women have had their nude photographs posted online anonymously after being hacked.
- Police 'incompetence' over Sir Cliff
- South Yorkshire Police are accused of "sheer incompetence" by MPs in the way they dealt with the BBC over a search of Sir Cliff Richard's home.
- Justin Bieber charged with assault
- Canadian pop star Justin Bieber is charged with assault and dangerous driving after crashing his quad bike into a minivan.
- Africa's farmers face failed seasons
- African farmers face 'failed seasons' risk as a result of being overwhelmed by climate change, warns a status report on the continent's agriculture.
- Cave yields Neanderthal 'artwork'
- An engraving found at a cave in Gibraltar may be the most compelling evidence yet for Neanderthal art.
- Ebola 'threatens W Africa harvests'
- The deadly Ebola outbreak is putting food prices and harvests in West Africa "at serious risk", warns the UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation.
- Japan tackles dengue fever outbreak
- Japan is battling its first outbreak of dengue fever in almost 70 years, with at least 22 people confirmed as being infected.
- India humble England to win series
- India send England to a humiliating nine-wicket defeat to win the fourth one-day international at Edgbaston and the series 3-0.
- Gallacher gets Ryder Cup wildcard
- Paul McGinley selects debutant Stephen Gallacher, Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood as his Ryder Cup wildcards.
- The girl with three biological parents
- Alana Saarinen is one of a few people who have DNA from three different people - the UK may soon allow a new process which could make this more common.
- How Britain and Poland came to be intertwined
- The story of how the Polish became one of the UK's biggest ethnic minorities is one of war, exile and economic opportunity.
- Nigeria militants 'seize' major town
- Nigeria's militant Islamist group Boko Haram seizes the key north-eastern town of Bama after fighting with government forces, residents tell the BBC.
- UK activist's Thailand trial begins
- A UK activist who campaigns for better labour conditions goes on trial in Thailand charged with criminal defamation.
- EU's Mogherini calls for Nato muscle
- Nato must back words with actions to reassure countries bordering on Russia, the EU's new foreign affairs chief says.
- 'Cartel links' mayors to be charged
- Police in Mexico are holding two serving mayors and one ex-mayor over allegations they have links to the Knights Templar drug cartel.
- IS accused of Iraq ethnic cleansing
- Amnesty International says it has proof Islamic State militants have launched a campaign of ethnic cleansing against minorities in northern Iraq.
- Halliburton agrees oil spill deal
- US oilfield firm Halliburton says it has agreed a $1.1bn settlement to meet the majority of claims against it for its role in the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
- New child abuse victims come forward
- Twelve new victims have come forward since a report found at least 1,400 children were abused in Rotherham, South Yorkshire's chief constable tells MPs.
- Troll guilty over MP 'rape' tweets
- A man is found guilty of bombarding a Labour MP with abusive messages on Twitter after she supported a feminist campaign.
- Glasgow woman 'promoting terrorism'
- It is understood that a young woman from Glasgow has travelled to Syria and has been promoting terrorism back home via her Twitter account.
- Boris Island airport plan 'not dead'
- Mayor of London Boris Johnson says plans for an airport in the Thames Estuary, dubbed "Boris Island", are not dead despite a commission looking into the UK's airport needs rejecting the idea.
- British Wildlife Photography Awards
- Winners of the 2014 British Wildlife Photography Awards
- In pictures: India's coal miners
- Coal miners a work in eastern India
- New Documentary Photography from Scotland & Wales
- Photographers' images of Scotland and Wales
- Day in pictures: 1 September 2014
- News images from around the world: 1 September
- Day in pictures: 29 August 2014
- News images from around the world: 29 August
- Richard Attenborough career in pictures
- British actor and director's illustrious career
- In pictures: India's 'untouchable' scavengers
- Calls to end India's low-caste manual scavenging
- Day in pictures: 28 August 2014
- News images from around the world: 28 August
- Why Paris is forgetting Ernest Hemingway
- Why Paris is forgetting Ernest Hemingway
- How much has the ice bucket challenge achieved?
- How much has the Ice Bucket Challenge achieved?
- How to protect yourself in the cloud
- After the celebrity leaks, what can you do to safeguard your photos?
- Have some football clubs overpaid for players?
- Have some football clubs overpaid for their new players?
- Does limiting the power of appliances save energy?
- Would banning high-power appliances actually save energy?
- Day in pictures: 2 September 2014
- Images from around the world taken over the past 24 hours
- Does the rest of UK care if Scotland goes?
- Does the rest of the UK care if the Scots become independent?
- Windows XP: Your upgrade experiences
- Readers share their experiences of replacing their operating system
- Saving America’s honeybees
- Can America's honeybees be saved?
- Embarking on the path to jihad
- How Americans join the fight in Syria
- Is the UK unusually fond of lamb and potatoes?
- Is the UK unusually fond of lamb and potatoes?
- A cloud of uncertainty
- How were leaked celebrity photos obtained?
- Nigerian army's pride wounded
- Nigeria's campaign against Boko Haram goes from bad to worse
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