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A British man accused of trying to shoot US presidential candidate Donald Trump pleads guilty to some of the charges he faced.
One of Israel's great living writers, Amos Oz, tells BBC Newsnight that people who say Israel should not exist are anti-Semitic.
Alexis Sanchez salvages a point for Arsenal from a limp display in their Champions League opener at Paris St-Germain.
Phil Simmons leaves his role as head coach of the West Indies, who cite "differences in culture and strategic approach".
Celtic sustain their worst defeat ever in European competition as they are hammered by rampant Barcelona at Camp Nou.
As a ceasefire in Syria largely holds, the BBC's Middle East Editor Jeremy Bowen reports from the city's old market place.
Manchester City's Champions League group match with Borussia Monchengladbach is postponed because of adverse weather.
Former Israeli President Shimon Peres is rushed to hospital outside Tel Aviv after suffering a stroke, his office says.
Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri says it will be "impossible" for his Premier League title winners to win the Champions League.
A Brazilian swimmer has won his fifth medal in Rio and his 20th overall, becoming the host nation's best-performing individual Paralympian.
The BBC's Michelle Fleury takes a ride in one of Ford's prototype self-driving cars.
Police in China offer large rewards to find five people following violent protests in the southern fishing village of Wukan.
Stoke City boss Mark Hughes is charged with improper conduct after being sent to the stands in Saturday's 4-0 loss to Spurs.
Samsung will limit the batteries of South Korean Note 7 smartphones to 60% of their capacity following a recall of the devices.
A Nollywood actress has won gold a gold medal and four other Paralympic nuggets about the Nigerian team in Rio.
An infamous alcoholic drink, Four Loko, has made its way to China, amid a discussion about the country's drinking culture.
Great Britain win three gold medals and set two world records on a successful morning at the Rio Paralympics.
Forester Peter Wohlleben thinks trees talk to each other through their roots and fungal networks.
The World Anti-Doping Agency condemns Russian hackers for leaking confidential medical files of top US Olympic athletes.
Emergency aid deliveries are expected to start on Wednesday, including to rebel-held eastern Aleppo, where some 250,000 people remain under siege.