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Rio de Janeiro residents have created a trail that connects all the city's parks, to help conserve some of it's unique nature.
Explosion near wedding hall in southern Turkish city of Gaziantep leaves many casualties, media in Turkey report
Nicola Adams and Liam Heath win gold for Team GB on the penultimate day of the Rio Olympics, but there is disappointment for Tom Daley.
The elder brother of the Syrian boy whose dazed and bloodied image shocked the world has died of wounds sustained when the family home was bombed, activists say.
Burnley striker Andre Gray apologises and asks for "forgiveness" after homophobic tweets from 2012 were shared on social media.
Giant panda cub Bei Bei enjoys a party to celebrate his first birthday, in Washington's national zoo.
Turkey plans a more active role in efforts to end the Syria war and sees President Assad as an interim but not long-term player.
Flyweight Nicola Adams becomes the first British boxer to retain an Olympic title for 92 years by winning gold at Rio 2016.
Goals from Sam Vokes and Andre Gray give Burnley a surprise win over Liverpool, who pay the price for some disastrous defending.
Great Britain's Vicky Holland wins an Olympic bronze medal in the women's triathlon, as American Gwen Jorgensen takes gold.
Nigeria's Olympic rower Chierika Ukogu has an inspirational story - but without the mistaken promotion of US rapper Snoop Dogg, she is likely to have sunk without trace.
More than a tonne of cocaine with a street value of £80 million has been recovered from a vessel off the English coast.
Large numbers of Yemenis take part in a demonstration in the capital Sanaa in support of Houthi rebels who control the city.
The Ukrainian government and rebels accuse each other of breaking the ceasefire agreement, as video released by the defence ministry purports to show burning buildings and cars near Donetsk on Friday.
Travellers at Moscow's Sheremetyevo international airport can now buy a model Kalashnikov assault rifle before they catch their flight.
Sergio Aguero scores twice as Manchester City resist Stoke's second-half comeback to continue their winning start under new boss Pep Guardiola.
Team GB captain Kate Richardson-Walsh and wife Helen become the first same-sex married couple to win an Olympic gold in the same final.
New Zealand open the 2016 Rugby Championship by humiliating Australia 42-8 in the Bledisloe Cup in Sydney.
Britain's Liam Heath secures his second medal at Rio 2016, winning gold in the men's kayak single 200m sprint.
An ex-commando agrees to pay nearly $7m to the US government for violating secrecy agreements by publishing about a book about the killing of Osama Bin Laden.