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MH17 remains 'still at crash site'
The search for victims of the Malaysia Airlines crash in Ukraine must go on as only some 200 bodies have been recovered so far, Dutch officials say.
UN chief: 'Start talking' over Gaza
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon pushes for an end to the Gaza conflict with a call in Israel for both sides to "start talking".
Airlines halt flights into Israel
US and European airlines suspend flights into Israel's Ben Gurion airport after Israeli police confirmed that a rocket landed one mile away.
Suicide car bomb kills 21 in Iraq
A suicide car bomb has killed at least 21 people at a police checkpoint in Baghdad's Kadhimiya district, Iraqi police say.
Poisoned spy death inquiry announced
The government announces a public inquiry into the death of Alexander Litvinenko, the former KGB officer poisoned with radioactive polonium in London.
Call to end FGM 'in this generation'
Parents face prosecution in the UK if they fail to prevent daughters undergoing female genital mutilation or forced marriage, under new measures.
Joko Widodo wins Indonesia poll
Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo has been declared the winner of Indonesia's hotly-contested presidential election.
US courts conflict on Obamacare law
Two US appeals courts give conflicting rulings regarding a federal regulation implementing key subsidies of President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law.
Tajik spy charge academic freed
An academic working for a British university has been freed after being held for over a month in Tajikistan on suspicion of spying.
Microsoft profit falls on Nokia loss
Technology giant Microsoft reports a 7% fall in profits to $4.6bn in the second quarter, hit by a $692m loss at its newly-acquired Nokia handset division.
Children dead in French bus crash
Five children and an adult are killed in a minibus crash near the French city of Troyes, south-east of Paris, officials say.
Queen's horse fails drugs test
Estimate, a racehorse owned by the Queen, has tested positive for the prohibited substance morphine.
VIDEO: 'Miracle' survivor of Gaza blast
UN officials say more than 100,000 people have been forced to take shelter in UN buildings in Gaza because of the violence - double the number of the Gaza conflict five years ago.
VIDEO: Relatives mourn Israeli soldier deaths
Relatives of soldiers killed in Israel in the on-going fighting with Palestinians have spoken to the BBC as the UN secretary-general calls for an end to the conflict.
VIDEO: Concordia to be towed to Genoa
The wrecked Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia will be towed to its home port Genoa, where it will then be scrapped.
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VIDEO: Madrid fans joy at Rodriguez signing
Real Madrid have signed World Cup Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez from French league club Monaco.
VIDEO: Gaza: Why Rafah crossing matters
Lyse Doucet reports on the hardship of life in Gaza and the importance of Rafah Crossing, on the Gaza Egypt border.
VIDEO: Joko Widodo wins Indonesia election
Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo has been declared the winner of Indonesia's hotly-contested presidential election.
VIDEO: 'Alien Cauliflower': Up close with jellyfish
The number of jellyfish in British waters could hit a record high this year, according to researchers.
New York 'white flags' stump police
Authorities in New York are investigating who raised two large white flags on the towers of the Brooklyn Bridge early on Tuesday.
Indigenous actor joins Neighbours
Australian soap Neighbours casts an indigenous actor in a leading role for the first time.
Apple earnings up on iPhone sales
Apple reports quarterly profits of $7.75bn up 12%, helped by strong sales of its iPhone.
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YouTube star sued in copyright case
The entrepreneur is being taken to court for alleged copyright infringement by a record label whose own artist Kaskade has come forward to defend her.
Nvidia unveils Shield gaming tablet
Nvidia confirms the release of a tablet targeted at "serious gamers" that can run Android games natively or stream them from a PC.
Reporter 'made error' at crash site
Sky News reporter Colin Brazier admits he was wrong to handle victims' belongings at the MH17 crash site in Ukraine.
British films to premiere at Toronto
A trio of major British films are to receive their world premieres at this year's Toronto Film Festival, including Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory of Everything.
Beef's greater environment burden
A new study says the production of beef is around 10 times more damaging to the environment than any other form of livestock.
Three person IVF plans 'progress'
A public review into the three person IVF technique has been broadly supportive, says the Department of Health.
'Large gene find in schizophrenia'
In the largest ever genetic study of the disease, scientists have discovered some 80 genes which could leave people at higher risk of schizophrenia.
'Exciting' drug flushes out HIV
Scientists say they have made an "exciting" step towards curing HIV by forcing the virus out of its hiding places in the body.
Boxer Evans out of Glasgow Games
Olympic silver medallist Fred Evans is out of Glasgow 2014 after being refused accreditation in another major setback for Team Wales.
Real Madrid seal £71m Rodriguez deal
Real Madrid sign World Cup Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez from Monaco for a fee that could rise to £71m.
Seeing a doctor for the first time in seven years
Healthcare reform is President Obama's signature piece of domestic legislation, and also his most controversial - but quietly, millions are signing up.
The beaches where Lego keeps washing up
A container filled with Lego fell into the sea in 1997. The pieces are still turning up today.
Nigerian leader vows to free girls
Nigeria's president tells parents of the girls abducted by militant Islamists that the government is doing everything to secure their release.
Typhoon Rammasun strikes Vietnam
Typhoon Rammasun has killed at least 11 people in Vietnam and several people remain missing, according to local media.
EU to widen Russia sanctions
The EU will widen sanctions against Russia to include more individuals and consider targeting the defence sector, the Dutch foreign minister says.
Non-stop Argentina debt talks demand
A US judge orders Argentina and its creditors to meet "continuously" to avoid the nation defaulting on its debts later this month.
Iraq monastery 'seized by militants'
Islamist militants who control the Iraqi city of Mosul are reported to have seized a nearby ancient monastery and ordered the monks to leave.
US hospital in $190m 'abuse' payout
Johns Hopkins Hospital agrees to pay $190m to thousands of women who joined a legal case claiming a gynaecologist secretly recorded them.
UK experts to retrieve MH17 data
British air accident investigators will retrieve data from the black boxes of crashed flight MH17, says Prime Minister David Cameron.
Lib Dem MP criticised for Gaza tweet
Lib Dem MP David Ward is accused of making "vile comments" on social media about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Selfie 'sexters' in child sex warning
Young couples who send explicit pictures of each other are threatened with prosecution under child sex laws.
'Disturbing' Trojan inquiry findings
Nicky Morgan, the new education secretary, warns of evidence of intolerance in schools as the government's Trojan horse report is published.
Prince George's first year
Prince George's first year
In pictures: Royal first birthdays
A long line of royal baby photos
In pictures: One man's HIV campaign
An Indonesian prisoner's campaign against HIV
Day in pictures: 21 July 2014
24 hours of news photos: 21 July
In pictures: India's 'original conservationists'
The 'original conservationists' of India's tree-loving tribe
In pictures: Gaza conflict
Most intense shelling since the launch of Israel's offensive
In pictures: James Garner's career
Career of American actor James Garner, who has died at the age of 86
In pictures: East Anglia lightning
Spectacular lightning storms across the East of England
The children left behind in hot cars
Why so many children die in hot cars
The 90-year-old sex guru
The wisecracking 90-year-old whose agony column is a cult hit
Challenges of investigating MH17 crash site
Contamination and tampering could hamper MH17 investigation
Gaza: How Hamas tunnel network grew
How Hamas spawned network of 'Viet Cong' tunnels
Five ways Aldi cracked the supermarket business
Five ways German chain Aldi cracked the supermarket business
Day in pictures: 22 July 2014
A selection of striking images from around the world
What does Jokowi win mean for Indonesia?
What does a Joko Widodo win mean for Indonesia?
The six-year hair pulling selfie
Documenting hair pulling condition on YouTube
From bad to worse?
Further sanctions on Russia will hit an already ailing economy

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