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A row has erupted in Pakistan over what to do with the land where al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden lived - with the government saying it should be a playground.
VHS has come unspooled. It's been taped over. The screen has filled with static, then gone blank.
Local authorities in Nice refuse a request by French anti-terror police to destroy CCTV images of last week's lorry attack.
The International Olympic Committee announces 45 new doping failures from the 2008 and 2012 Games in Beijing and London.
Did Donald Trump tell "the truth and nothing else" - as promised - in his acceptance speech at the US Republican convention?
Petition to free the "world's saddest polar bear" from a Chinese mall gains more than 330,000 signatures.
A dolphin that was sunburned while stranded out of water on mudflats for 24 hours in May appears to be recovering from its injuries.
The release of Kabali is India's film event of the year - but why is it leading to mania, and who is its superstar, Rajinikanth?
In the aftermath of mass killings by lone attackers in Orlando and Nice, we take a look at the links between domestic violence, sexual identity and radicalisation.
Actor Idris Elba has said he feels he is "too old" to take over the role of James Bond when Daniel Craig retires from the film series.
Lewis Hamilton heads team-mate Nico Rosberg as Mercedes dominate first practice at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Four photographs of Prince George at the family home in Norfolk are released by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to mark his third birthday.
Data compiled from business questionnaires shows UK economic activity fell to its lowest level since the aftermath of the financial crisis in July.
The search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 will be suspended rather than shut down after the current search area has been scoured, China, Malaysia and Australia say.
Indian military plane with more than 20 people on board missing over Bay of Bengal, Indian air force says
Turkish prosecutors are targeting those online who supported the failed coup, but varied opinions about the crackdown still exist in the country.
State Department spokesman calls out reporter for playing Pokemon Go in briefing
Campaign groups say China has been demolishing buildings at Larung Gar, one of the world's largest centres of Buddhist learning.
Five years since 77 Norwegians died at the hands of Anders Behring Breivik, the BBC returns to the island, Utoeya.
Nico Rosberg extends his stay at Mercedes and will continue to partner triple world champion Lewis Hamilton.