From BBC News
- Israel 'to destroy Gaza tunnels'
- Israel is "determined" to destroy militant tunnels from Gaza "with or without a ceasefire", Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says.
- Russian experts to visit MH17 site
- Russian aviation experts plan to visit the site of the flight MH17 crash in the east, as Ukraine calls a one-day truce with the rebels.
- S Leone declares Ebola emergency
- Sierra Leone's president declares a public health emergency to curb the deadly Ebola outbreak and order epicentres of the disease to be quarantined.
- Race to find India landslide missing
- Rescue workers in western India race to locate survivors of a landslide that has claimed at least 30 lives and buried up to 200 people.
- Argentina defaults for second time
- Argentina has defaulted on its debt - for the second time in 13 years - after last-minute talks in New York with a group of bond-holders end in failure.
- Russia told to pay Yukos investors
- Russia is ordered to pay about $2.5bn to former shareholders in defunct oil group Yukos by the European Court of Human Rights.
- Australia 'in child asylum cover-up'
- The Australian government sought to cover up the extent of mental health problems among children held in asylum detention, a psychiatrist tells a national inquiry.
- Bathers drown off Karachi coast
- At least 20 bathers celebrating the Muslim Eid festival drown in rough seas off the southern Pakistani city of Karachi, officials say.
- Tags plan to cut alcohol-linked crime
- Repeat offenders convicted of alcohol-related crimes could be forced by courts to wear ankle tags to monitor whether they are still drinking, under a new pilot scheme.
- Facebook expands Africa push
- Facebook puts itself at forefront of push into Africa by unveiling a plan to get millions of people in Zambia online.
- Tibetan monk cremated in Nepal
- Thousands of Tibetan exiles attend the funeral in Nepal of one of Tibetan Buddhism's most senior monks, Shamar Rinpoche.
- Guilty plea in Australia racist rant
- A woman whose racist rant caused shock in Australia is given a 12-month good behaviour bond after admitting offensive behaviour.
- VIDEO: Mysterious miracle? Crop circle draws crowds
- A giant crop circle which apparently appeared out of nowhere, has drawn crowds of people to a farmer's field in Bavaria, southern Germany.
- VIDEO: Argentina defaults for second time
- Argentina has defaulted on its debt - for the second time in 13 years.
- VIDEO: Louvre rat infestation shocks tourists
- The Louvre in Paris has called in pest controllers after an infestation of rats was spotted in the gallery's gardens.
- VIDEO: One-minute World News
- Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
- VIDEO: Star Wars comes to County Kerry
- Residents and tourists in Portmagee, County Kerry, are getting a taste of Hollywood as scenes for the new Star Wars film are shot on nearby island Skellig Michael.
- VIDEO: The challenge of tackling Ebola
- Scientists have been aware of Ebola since the mid-1970s, but so far no vaccine or cure has been developed.
- VIDEO: Sun bracelet measures UV exposure
- The BBC's Dougal Shaw tests out a digital bracelet designed to help people avoid getting too much sun exposure.
- VIDEO: Inside Gaza militants' tunnel
- Israel says its offensive in Gaza will continue until the extensive Hamas tunnel network is neutralised. The BBC's Orla Guerin was given access by the military to a recently discovered tunnel.
- 'E-cigs less harm than cigarettes'
- An analysis of the current evidence available on e-cigarettes suggests they are safer than conventional cigarettes.
- Broody octopus keeps four-year vigil
- A deep-sea octopus is observed nursing her eggs for more than four years - the longest brooding time seen in any animal.
- Eurozone inflation falls to 0.4%
- The eurozone inflation rate has fallen to its lowest level since the height of the financial crisis, adding pressure on the European Central Bank to intervene again.
- VIDEO: BBC World News business headlines
- The latest international business headlines from BBC World News.
- Tor attack may have unmasked users
- Users of the "dark net" service Tor who visited hidden websites may have had their identities revealed by a five-month long cyber-attack.
- Broken robots 'learn to keep going'
- Engineers take a step towards having machines that can operate even when they are damaged by developing a robot that can teach itself to walk, even with a broken leg.
- Kylie to headline Games closing show
- Kylie Minogue will perform at the closing ceremony of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, organisers confirm.
- US TV producer Halmi dies aged 90
- Prolific US television producer Robert Halmi Sr, whose work won dozens of Emmy Awards, dies at the age of 90.
- Mystery of lemon-shaped Moon solved
- Tides and spin gave the Moon its strange lemon shape more than four billion years ago, research reveals.
- Minister wants UK animal tests ban
- Norman Baker - the minister in charge of regulating animal experiments - tells the BBC he wants a total ban on them.
- Drug-resistant malaria 'widespread'
- Drug-resistant malaria is spreading in South East Asia, and has now reached the Cambodia-Thailand border, according to a study.
- 'Tape measure test' call on diabetes
- People are being urged to take out the tape measure to assess their risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
- Everton complete Lukaku signing
- Everton sign Belgian World Cup striker Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea for a club record fee of £28m.
- 'We lost our heads' admits Deila
- Celtic manager Ronny Deila says his side lost their heads as they lost 4-1 to Legia Warsaw in Champions League qualifying.
- How many men are paedophiles?
- The Pope was reported to have said that about 2% of Catholic clergy are paedophiles - but how does this compare to society as a whole?
- The pre-nup that can end a happy marriage
- In parts of Yemen when a brother and sister from one family marry siblings from another, the couples' fates can be locked together regardless of how happy they are.
- Row over Senegal corruption trial
- A leading Senegalese rights group condemns the corruption trial of Karim Wade, the former president's son, accused of embezzling about $238m (£140m).
- Kiribati claims historic medal
- Weightlifter David Katoatau earns Kiribati its first ever Games medal with gold in 105kg as Ben Watson wins bronze.
- Nato 'unprepared for Russia threat'
- Nato is poorly prepared for an attack on a member state by Russia, a group of MPs warns in a report.
- US travel ban on Venezuela officials
- The US imposes travel restrictions on Venezuelan government officials it says are linked to human rights abuses during recent protests.
- 'Dozens of bodies' at Libya base
- At least 35 bodies are reportedly recovered from a military base that was overrun by Islamist-led militias in the Libyan city of Benghazi.
- House votes to sue President Obama
- The US House of Representatives has passed a resolution authorising a lawsuit against the president for allegedly exceeding his constitutional powers.
- UK border staff 'not ready' for Ebola
- Immigration and customs staff feel unprepared to deal with people arriving in the UK with suspected cases of the Ebola virus, a union leader warns.
- Two thirds of pier saved in fire
- Fire crews save two thirds of Eastbourne Pier after fire destroyed part of the structure, leaving a metal skeleton.
- Academy trustee is new Ofsted chief
- David Hoare, a trustee of a struggling academies chain, is announced by the government as the new chairman of schools regulator Ofsted.
- Airline axes Gatwick bag handler
- Leisure airline Monarch terminates its contract with Swissport, one of the baggage-handling companies at Gatwick airport, after weekend chaos.
- Week in pictures: 19-25 July 2014
- News photos from around the world
- A community's tales
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- Day in pictures: 25 July 2014
- 24 hours of news photos: 25 July
- 'Hidden' photos reveal library build
- 'Hidden' images reveal Cambridge's University Library
- Your pictures: Cycling
- Readers' photos on the theme of "cycling"
- Dream Cars: Innovative Design, Visionary Ideas
- Concept designs by famous manufacturers on show in US
- Taiwan plane crash: In pictures
- TransAsia Airways plane crashes in Taiwan
- Prince George's first year
- Prince George's first year
- The perils of the Streisand effect
- Just what are the dangers of the Streisand effect?
- American Vogue's first black cover girl
- How a student became US Vogue's first black cover girl
- Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi: Islamic State's driving force
- The shadowy leader behind stunning rise of the Islamic State
- Can one bad blog blight a business?
- Can one bad review on a blog bring down a business?
- Las Patronas: The Mexican women helping migrants
- The Mexican women helping migrants survive a perilous journey
- Your solo dining experiences
- Your experiences of going out for meals on your own
- Succession planning in Taiwan
- The tricky business of succession planning in Taiwanese companies
- VIDEO: The mysterious woman walking across the US
- The figure clad in black, walking across the US
- Prosthetics, by those who know
- The secret button on prosthetic legs and other facts
- Russia sanctions: Who will be hurt the most?
- Who will be hurt the most by the EU's latest measures?
- Disarray at UN chokes peace efforts
- Why the UN can't guarantee world peace
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