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Two Spaniards have been gored and several other people have been hurt on the fourth day of the traditional running of the bulls festival in Pamplona.
The EU's top court says designer drugs that mimic cannabis, which are already illegal in many countries, cannot be classed as medicinal.
Jeremy Bowen visits Baghdad's main morgue, hearing how it is unable to cope as the city's death toll rises.
Burundi's parliament passes a bill to curb the "proliferation of churches" in a country where there are more than 500 practising denominations.
A three-year-old who was found "unresponsive" in a swimming pool in Wiltshire dies.
A report finds opportunities were missed to protect heavily-pregnant teen Eystna Blunnie, who was murdered by her ex-boyfriend.
Cooling babies deprived of oxygen at birth improves their chances of growing up without disabilities such as cerebral palsy, research suggests.
A 12-year-old boy is the latest victim of Japan's Typhoon Neoguri as a landslide crashes through the town of Nagiso destroying buildings in its path.
Is Kenya doing enough to tackle rise of hate speech?
The number of animal experiments carried out in the UK showed a small rise last year, despite a pledge by the government to reduce them.
Singapore authorities remove from libraries two children's books featuring same-sex couples, sparking controversy amid an ongoing debate on gay rights.
Iraq warns the UN that Sunni militants have seized nuclear materials used for scientific research at a university in Mosul.
A pub in Galway in the Republic of Ireland is counting the cost of German success in Tuesday night's World Cup semi-final against Brazil.
Up to 20 people are killed in Israeli air strikes on Gaza, Palestinian sources say, as militants continue firing rockets at Israel.
Louis van Gaal says two players refused the Netherlands' first shootout penalty - which was missed - in their World Cup semi-final defeat.
An emergency law to ensure police and security services can keep accessing phone and internet records is set to be approved at a special cabinet meeting later.
At least six suspected militants are killed in a US drone strike in northern Pakistan's tribal belt, the first since the army's military offensive there.
A rare Botticelli drawing - the last believed to remain in private hands - sells for a record £1.3m at a London auction.
Emergency legislation will be brought in next week to force phone and internet companies to log records of customer calls, texts and internet use.
Burberry, the UK luxury fashion brand, announces a strong rise in sales but warns that profits could be hit by unfavourable exchange rates.