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The US urges Pakistan to stop sheltering Taliban forces amid a new US pledge to support Afghanistan.
- Barcelona attack: Suspects 'planned to hit key monuments'
The Sagrada Familia cathedral was among the targets, a suspect tells a preliminary hearing in Madrid.
- US hits Chinese and Russian firms over North Korea
Ten companies and six individuals in Russia and China are subject to a new round of US sanctions.
- How children are starving in Yemen's war
No food and intermittent electricity - a BBC team sees what medics are up against in a rebel-held city.
- Teenager arrested for dancing Macarena on Saudi street
A 14-year-old is arrested in Saudi Arabia after a clip of him dancing in the street went viral.
- Prince Harry 'very glad' to walk behind Diana's coffin
The prince previously said walking behind her coffin was something no child "should be asked to do".
- Kim Wall: Unidentified torso 'deliberately mutilated'
Danish police say they do not yet know if the torso belongs to missing journalist Kim Wall.
- Philippines Catholics oppose drug killings
Churches in Cubao will ring their bells every night in protest against President Duterte's war on drugs.
- European Court of Justice not necessary or appropriate, says UK
Ministers say the European Court of Justice is not needed to police UK-EU relations after Brexit.
- China relaunches world's fastest train
The high-speed trains will be able to run at speeds of 350km/h following safety checks on rail lines.
- Nigeria's Boko Haram conflict: Huge rise in child 'human bombs'
There have been 83 cases so far this year - four times as many as all of last year, the UN says.
- Venezuela seeks arrest warrant for prosecutor
Luisa Ortega has gone to Brazil and is expected to seek asylum in the US.
- Marcellus Williams: Missouri governor stays execution
Marcellus Williams's conviction is to be reviewed, as his lawyers say DNA points to another man.
- Man walks away from UK land speed record attempt crash
David Tremayne reached 296mph before losing control when the parachute was released.
- Sierra Leone mudslide: How survivors lost everything
Five survivors of Sierra Leone mudslide give harrowing accounts of their loss and how they escaped death.
- Has Harry Potter cursed Indonesia's owls?
Has the popularity of Harry Potter caused a surge in demand for keeping owls as pets in Indonesia?
- Brooklyn's Photoville festival
Brooklyn's Photoville festival features more than 75 exhibitions. Here is a selection of images in the exhibition.
- The solar eclipse pictures you have to see
The best pictures and moments from a day when millions in North America gazed upwards in wonder.
- Ferguson reflects on US race relations
Three years after Michael Brown's death, Ferguson residents say the events in Charlottesville didn't surprise them.
- 'I helped build the world?s longest tunnel'
In July 1965 an 11km tunnel deep beneath the Alps was opened to traffic.
- How 'Brit hero' helped Las Ramblas child victim
Tourist Harry Athwal rushed to help a child hurt in the Barcelona attack.
- Australian zoo welcomes rare white koala
Australia Zoo has asked the public to name a white koala joey.
- Viewpoint: Why the US should withdraw from Afghanistan
President Trump made the wrong decision, says Professor Andrew Bacevich of Boston University.
- Saving Grace: The cost of diplomatic immunity
Diplomacy has triumphed over justice in the assault case against Zimbabwe's First Lady Grace Mugabe in South Africa, writes the BBC's Pumza Fihlani.
- Pet acupuncture: Would you try this alternative treatment?
Thousands of vets now use the controversial method, which advocates say can aid chronic ailments.