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New York City billionaire John Catsimatidis is offering a $5,000 (£3,870) reward for information leading to the arrest of ice cream shoplifters.
Considered to be the best ballet dancers in the world, Sergei Polunin and Natalia Osipova perform together in Edinburgh.
Asad Shafiq and Younus Khan centuries help Pakistan reach 340-6, leading England by 12 after two days of the final Test at The Oval.
Great Britain's defending Olympic tennis champion Andy Murray beats Steve Johnson of the United States to reach the Rio 2016 semi-finals.
A man flies home from holiday to discover his car, left with a parking company, was caught speeding.
Democratic president candidate Hillary Clinton releases her tax returns, adding to the pressure on her Republican rival Donald Trump to do the same.
Kristin Armstrong becomes the oldest woman to win a cycling gold medal.
Work has begun on returning the water in the diving pool in Rio to its original blue colour, according to Olympic officials.
Conjoined twin boys born in Douma have been transferred to a hospital in Damascus.
Egyptian Judo player Islam el-Shahabi loses to Israeli's Or Sasson and refuses to shake his hand.
Taxi drivers in Sarajevo put up posters of Robert De Niro on their vehicles in tribute to the actor ahead of his visit for the city's film festival.
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Britain's Katarina Johnson-Thompson leads the Olympic heptathlon, with Jessica Ennis-Hill in third place.
Authorities in the Palestinian territories investigate why music from a popular Egyptian singer was played at several mosques instead of the call to prayer.
Police in the Thai resort of Hua Hin make two arrests after bomb attacks there and across the country leave four people dead and dozens injured.
Pakistani police arrest several hospital workers over a scheme to abduct and sell newborn babies by swapping them with dead infants, local media report.
Tensions between Ukraine and Russia have escalated again, more than two years after Russia's annexation of Crimea.
Shilpa Kannan visits the site where India's first Ikea store is being built
Germany was warned that a Syrian who blew himself up might carry out a "spectacular" suicide attempt if it tried to deport him, the BBC learns.
Great Britain claim two Olympic golds within the space of 30 minutes to go fourth in the medal table on day seven at Rio.