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Hong Kong protests: Clashes in shopping mall Riot police chased protesters into a shopping mall.
Suzanne Eaton murder: Man arrested for murder of US scientist The man who allegedly killed Suzanne Eaton was reported to be a father of two from the Greek island.
Trump steps up attack on 'US-hating' congresswomen The US president has been accused of racism over his attack on a group of Democratic lawmakers.
Ebola in DR Congo: Case confirmed in Goma The World Health Organization says the news could be a game-changer because of the population density.
Boeing ditches 737 Max name on new Ryanair plane Photos show "737 Max" has been replaced with "737-8200" on plane, fuelling speculation about a rebrand.
US migrant crisis: Trump seeks to curb Central America asylum claims The White House is seeking to limit Central American migrants' ability to claim asylum in the US.
Rafters accidentally plunge over waterfall in Pennsylvania The six people had missed warning signs posted before their plunge at a state park in Pennsylvania.
Italy seizes 'combat-ready' missile in raids on far right Some of the groups investigated in Italy are said to be linked to pro-Russian militants in Ukraine.
Monsoon floods displace millions in India More than 130 people have been killed in Nepal, Bangladesh and India amid flooding and landslides.
South Africa's Jacob Zuma denies being 'king' of corruption South Africa's former president denies he oversaw a web of corruption during his term in office.
Amazon workers launch protests on Prime Day Thousands of workers are calling for better conditions as the retail giant's annual sale starts.
Fariba Adelkhah: French-Iranian academic 'arrested in Iran' France calls on the Iranian authorities to "shed full light" on Fariba Adelkhah's situation.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were the star guests at the Lion King premiere The Lion King stars meet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the film's European premiere.
Neil Armstrong's son talks about the Moon landing Mark Armstrong talks about his father, and the first ever Moon landing 50 years ago.
State capture: Zuma, the Guptas, and the sale of South Africa South Africa's ex-president is giving evidence at a commission investigating "state capture", but what is it?
Does 5G pose health risks? Exposure from mobile networks including 5G fall well below limits set by international regulators.
A web of abuse: How the far right disproportionately targets female politicians Established far-right groups use social media to direct abuse at female politicians across Europe.
Neil Armstrong - the man behind the legend The public knew little about this enigmatic man, but now we are gaining a glimpse of the real Neil Armstrong.
The Gambia's revolution: What has changed? There are concerns The Gambia's new President, Adama Barrow, may try and cling to power.
Kabareh Cheikhats: The all-male musical troupe who dress up as women The Moroccan men who explore their femininity at night, paying tribute to the country’s female folk singers.
Waterloo battlefield therapy for British war veterans Servicemen and women trying to overcome the effects of war are digging at the Battle of Waterloo site.
Inside Iran: What Iranians think of stand-off with US The BBC has been given rare access to Iran to gauge the public mood as tensions with the US deepen.
Freckles the manta ray 'doing well' after being freed from hooks Freckles approached a team of divers for help after getting hooks embedded under her eye.
'Empty Spain': Can opera save the town of Medinaceli? A few hundred people live in Medinaceli but for one weekend a year it becomes a stage for high art.
Cricket World Cup 'like a festival' for illegal bookmakers India's cricketers didn't make the World Cup final, but its bookmakers are still making millions.
Afghanistan war: What could peace look like? The US and the Afghan Taliban are holding peace talks - but it's just the start of an uncertain process.
The forgotten Indian inventor who dazzled London Shankar Abaji Bhisey invented a machine which could have revolutionised printing.
Megan Rapinoe: Why is America's newest hero so polarising? The World Cup winner and activist is a polarising figure who inspires anger as well as adoration.
Hodan Nalayeh: Somalia's 'inspirational' journalist, killed in Kismayo Hodan Nalayeh launched a TV station in Canada and had recently moved to live and work in Somalia.
The coal mine that ate Hambacher forest Much of Germany's power is still made by burning coal. Activists have occupied a forest in protest.

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