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Psychiatrist Chamseddine Hamouda speaks exclusively to the BBC about treating Mohamed Bouhlel, the Nice attacker.
Every four years, US political parties hold conventions to make official whom they've selected to become their nominee for president. But what actually happens there?
Two years on from the death of Eric Garner, ordinary people in New York are capturing the NYPD on camera.
The lessons on intelligence-sharing learned after 7/7 may be one reason that the UK has been more fortunate than France in avoiding terror attacks, says the BBC's Peter Taylor.
Hundreds of migrants and refugees have been stuck on the Macedonian border with Serbia following the official closure of the Balkan route in March.
Is South Africa's constitution too liberal for its people, asks the BBC's Milton Nkosi.
His discovery of a young Jimi Hendrix in a New York coffee house would change the face of music. Twenty years on from Chas Chandler's death, those who knew him look back at his life.
The story of how nearly 4,000 child evacuees arrived after the UK government yielded to public opinion.
Air strikes on the Syrian city of Aleppo kill at least 28 civilians, including children, according the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Venezuela opens its border with Colombia for the second time this month to allow people to cross over to shop for foods and medicines.
Large crowds gather in Turkish cities after calls by Turkish President Erdogan and ministers to turn out again to defend democracy after the failed military coup.
Political leaders from around the world have condemned the attempt to oust the democratically elected government in Turkey.
In only a few hours, Turkey survived a violent coup attempt: but where does it go from here?
The word "fire" was heard on the cockpit voice recorder of an EgyptAir flight that crashed in the Mediterranean Sea in May, investigators say.
Henrik Stenson and Phil Mickelson are set for a final-round showdown at The Open as Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth fade away.
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve calls on "all patriotic citizens" to become reservists to boost security in the wake of the Nice attack.
Donald Trump introduces Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his "solid" running mate, completing the Republican ticket for the presidential election.
Stressful stages and dangerous descents - Chris Froome's team-mate Geraint Thomas takes us through the 21 stages of this year's Tour de France.
England face a tough fourth-innings run chase as Pakistan take a 281-run lead on day three of the first Test at Lord's.
A brief guide a complex situation in Turkey, which has seen an attempted coup against the government of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.