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The US and Turkey reach an agreement which will see Turkish jets join the air campaign against Islamic State militants.
Celtic were "scared and stressed" as they went out of the Champions League to Malmo, says boss Ronny Deila.
China's stock market fell sharply and the country's central bank has reduced interest rates to try and help the situation.
Many people are waiting in Belgrade to catch a bus to one of the towns near Serbia's border with Hungary.
Head of Fox News demands an apology after Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump revives his feud with host Megyn Kelly.
A Canadian boy has caught a 486lb (220kg) tuna fish off the coast of Prince Edward Island
Celtic exit the Champions League at the play-off stage as Malmo overturn a first-leg deficit to claim an aggregate win.
Wall Street shares close lower again after a sharp rally fizzles out in the last hour of trading.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is jeered by opposition MPs as he deliveres his state of the nation address in parliament.
The lawyer of Adnan Syed, the subject of the hit US podcast Serial, submits new evidence that he says casts doubt on the murder conviction of his client.
Lebanon's cabinet fails to reach agreement on how to tackle the country's rubbish crisis, which has sparked violent protests in Beirut.
At least three people have been killed and four injured in a shootout at a Roma camp in north-eastern France, police say.
Wildfires are still burning across the west coast of the United States, and authorities are struggling to deal with them.
A 25-year-old man from Ghana is feared to have left to join the Islamic State group, his father says, in the first such case in the West African state.
Aerosense, a company developed between Sony and robotics firm ZMP, shows off footage of a superfast drone that can fly at 106mph.
Islamic State militants may have used chemical weapons in an attack on a town in northern Syria on Friday, medical organisations and rebels say.
Former Vuelta a Espana champion Alejandro Valverde wins the fourth stage of the race, finishing ahead of Peter Sagan.
Tropical Storm Kilo's heavy rains trigger massive sewer spills, closing Waikiki Beach, Hawaii's most popular tourist destination.
The BBC explains some of the words being used to describe the recent stock market turmoil, triggered by slowdown fears in China.
Central banks are under too much pressure to fix struggling economies, according to the man in charge of India's monetary policy.