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Soul legend Stevie Wonder addresses recent outbreaks of violence as he brings his Songs In The Key Of Life tour to the UK.
After the month-long war with Israel in 2006, Lebanon's Hezbollah has emerged as one of the most powerful militant groups in the Middle East.
Radiation levels in the Pacific are almost back to their pre-Fukushima levels (except around Fukishima itself), and are expected to have fully recovered by 2020.
Battered by low oil prices as well as drought, Bakersfield, California longs to be great again.
How Daniele Henkel escaped Algeria before the start of its civil war, and started a health and beauty business in Canada that made her a multi-millionaire.
India's prime minister is on an African charm offensive, visiting four nations where he hopes to tie up energy and trade deals and remind the continent of their cultural and historical bonds. But how do things stand now?
Gujarat is India's biggest ice cream market, and is known for its offbeat local flavours, writes Soutik Biswas.
The death of a much-loved pet inspired one woman to find her dream job with an internet start-up company.
BBC Mundo's Natalio Cosoy speaks to a Chilean man who joined Colombia's largest left-wing rebel group, the Farc.
Andy Murray believes the best period of his career may still be to come after winning his second Wimbledon title.
South Sudan is "back to war", a vice-presidential spokesman says, as rival groups clash and hundreds are reported dead.
Egypt's foreign minister pays a rare visit to Israel, offering his country's help to revive peace talks with the Palestinians.
Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo is carried off in tears with a suspected knee injury early in the Euro 2016 final against France.
Lewis Hamilton says he is "blown away" by the support he received from the home fans during his dominant victory in the British GP.
Watch the best goals of Euro 2016 as selected by Match of the Day, including Hal Robson-Kanu's Cruyff turn and cool finish for Wales against Belgium.
Nico Rosberg and Mercedes have been penalised 10 seconds for breaking rules on driver aids during the British Grand Prix.