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Julia Roberts tells the BBC's Will Gompertz, why she thinks Pretty Woman would not get made today, as she promotes her latest movie Money Monster.
Hezbollah's top military commander in Syria, Mustafa Amine Badreddine, was killed in artillery fire by jihadists, the Lebanese group says.
A people-carrying pod designed to levitate and travel at extremely high speeds is unveiled in Boston - the latest effort to make a Hyperloop.
Police in Bangladesh say a 75-year-old Buddhist monk has been hacked to death in the south-eastern district of Bandarban.
A look inside the BBC's Eurovision 2016 booth courtesy of host Graham Norton.
A new metro line in Rio de Janeiro promised for the 2016 Olympics will open just days before the event and will only work at half capacity, officials say.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump denies masquerading as a spokesman for himself in the 1990s after an audio tape is published.
A judge in Argentina charges ex-President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner with defrauding the state in a move she describes as political persecution.