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The BBC's Amber Rahim Shamsi in Islamabad looks at the contrasting views in Pakistan over the murder of social media star Qandeel Baloch.
Leicester City midfielder N'Golo Kante joins Chelsea on a five-year deal for a fee believed to be in the region of £30m.
The attacker who killed 84 people in Nice proves that no longer do jihadists require careful planning and cash. The danger today is from minor offenders much closer to home.
An attempted coup in Turkey is quashed, according to the military, after a night of confusion and violence in the country.
How two broadcasters and a newspaper in Turkey were taken over by a faction of the armed forces trying to seize control of the country.
Some 2,800 soldiers, including high-ranking officers, are arrested after an attempted coup fails in Turkey, in a night that the country's PM Binali Yildirim calls a "black stain on Turkish democracy".
The Turkish coup attempt was short-lived with several key factors causing it to fail, says the BBC's Paul Kirby.
A sheriff's department in Mississippi welcomes its newest deputies - two dogs called Tyrus and Titus.
Boris Johnson says that the British government is "very concerned" about the situation in Turkey.
Tom Currie worked as a barista and bartender near Auckland but decided to give it up to catch Pokemon all day.
Pakistani social media celebrity Qandeel Baloch is strangled by her brother in an apparent honour killing in the province of Punjab, police say.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan denounces a coup attempt as "treason" and insists he remains in charge after a night of confusion and violence leaves at least 192 dead.
Four people believed to be linked to the man who killed 84 people in Nice are in police custody, French media report.
Watford sign Colombia full-back Juan Camilo Zuniga on a season-long loan from Italian side Napoli.
While the reasons behind the attack in Nice are not yet known, police say they are investigating the suspect's potential links to Islamist militants. The BBC has been in the city and found disaffection in its suburbs have made them a breeding ground for jihadists.
Footage captures Turkish soldiers surrendering on a bridge over the Bosphorus, in Istanbul.
Forty-two people died during overnight clashes in the capital, Ankara, most of them civilians, the prosecutor's office said.