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Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro secure their first freestyle dressage world title for Great Britain in Caen.
The only trial data on the experimental Ebola drug ZMapp shows it is 100% effective in monkey studies, even in later stages of the infection.
India's economy grew by 5.7% in the three months to June, its fastest pace in two-and-a-half years, according to an official estimate.
Presenter Matthew Amroliwala is leaving the BBC's News Channel after 16 years to work at BBC World.
Labour MP Jim Murphy suspends his Scotland-wide tour ahead of the independence referendum, citing "co-ordinated abuse" from "Yes" voters.
Helicopters are being used to help restore peat bogs on moorland in West Yorkshire.
Some of the best reads from the BBC News website this week, with your comments.
Four men are found guilty of trying to murder Rwanda's former army chief, Gen Faustin Kayumba Nyamwasa, in South Africa in June 2010.
Why deciding top jobs is not key to EU summit
A former race equality charity boss is cleared of two counts of fraud but a third charge relating to a cheque for over £9,000 is still outstanding.
Malaysia Airlines is to cut 6000 jobs, nearly a third of its staff, as part of a recovery plan following the loss of two planes this year.
Banks and card companies will reopen 2.5 million PPI mis-selling complaints amid claims of underpayment and rejection of compensation.
The quest to find the perfect party anthem.
Flights may resume as alert over Iceland volcano is lowered from red to orange.
The police force at the centre of the Rotherham child abuse scandal admits a report has laid bare its failings over a number of years.
Yawning is contagious for wolves, and other nuggets