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The Pentagon says a US Navy vessel fired three warning shots when an Iranian military boat approached it head-on in the Gulf.
West Ham fail to reach the Europa League group stage as Astra Giurgiu become the first away team to win at the London Stadium.
A deal is reached to evacuate civilians and rebel fighters from the Syrian town of Daraya, near the capital Damascus, following a long government siege.
Three people are dead after being attacked on a Toronto street, with a crossbow found nearby, say police.
Three flaws in Apple's iOS operating system are found that meant spyware could be installed with a single tap.
Exclusive footage shows the offensive in which Syrian rebels, backed by Turkey, retook the border town of Jarablus from so-called Islamic State.
A marathon runner has been reunited with a dog who unexpectedly joined him during a 250km race across China, after she went missing.
New Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola will face former club Barcelona in the group stage of this season's Champions League.
Footage has been recorded by the BBC showing the extreme lengths a group of armed people-smugglers were prepared to go to to get migrants in Calais across the Channel to Kent.
A tropical system brewing in the Caribbean could strengthen into a hurricane before hitting Florida and the Gulf Coast in the coming days.
A tiny marsupial lion, extinct for at least 18 million years, is named after Sir David Attenborough after fossilised remains are found in remote Australia.
French wine production is likely to be 10% lower this year than in 2015 because of a spring frost and a heatwave now.
BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on Olympic cycling champion Laura Trott in this week's Premier League fixtures.
Hundreds of aftershocks rock areas of central Italy devastated by an earthquake that left more than 240 people dead, hampering rescuers.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says the country's Paralympics ban is "outside the bounds of law, morality and humanity".
Manchester City complete the signing of Chile goalkeeper Claudio Bravo from Barcelona for £15.4m plus add-ons.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump accuses Democratic rival Hillary Clinton of being a "bigot" in his latest appeal to minority voters.
The BBC's James Reynolds tells of feeling the ground move during one of the aftershocks following Italy's deadly earthquake.
A man has asked his girlfriend to marry him in a film using Lego that was screened to cinema goers before the main attraction.
The US leads calls for "strong and swift action" after a UN investigation concludes that the Syrian government used chlorine gas against its own people