The Jewish Chronicle apologises to readers who complained after the paper ran an advert for the Disasters Emergency Committee's Gaza crisis appeal.
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Russia's defence secretary gives a guarantee to his US counterpart there are no military personnel in its aid convoy for Ukraine, the US says.
A rare 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO once owned by famed racing driver and Olympic gold medallist has sold for $34.65m.
Arsene Wenger says his World Cup winners needed another week to recover from the World Cup.
While the Russian humanitarian aid convoy travelling to Ukraine comes to halt, Russia is accused of military action on the Ukraine border.
Britain's Adam Gemili beats France's former champion Christophe Lemaitre to win 200m gold at the European Championships in Zurich.
The wife of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe enters politics, after being endorsed to become the head of the ruling party's women's league.
The BBC's Ed Thomas speaks to a British Muslim who says he is willing to join Islamic State fighters, believing it is his religious duty.
Some leaders of Iraq's Sunni Muslim minority propose working with the new PM, a move that could help break political deadlock.
Film critic Jason Solomons reviews the week's film releases, including The Rover and Expendables 3.
The Premier League season gets under way on Saturday following a record summer of transfer spending in England's top league.
A black box recording from the plane crash that killed Brazilian presidential candidate Eduardo Campos is not of his flight, the air force says.
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A British man intending to join the fighting in Iraq and Syria
England reach 62-0 after bowling India out for only 148 on a one-sided opening day in the final Test at The Oval.
India will begin the fourth and final day of the Women's Test on 119-4 chasing 181 to beat England at Wormsley.
Thailand has imposed new restrictions on taking children born to surrogate parents out of the country, following the controversial case of baby Gammy.
A sleeping pregnant woman narrowly escapes injury when a car crashes into a wall outside her home, throwing bricks and glass into her living room.