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Dedryck Boyata keeps Celtic's Champions League hopes on track with a late winner against Qarabag.
England's James Anderson says he can improve despite taking 6-47, his best Ashes figures, on day one of the third Test.
Russia vetoes a United Nations draft resolution seeking to establish an international criminal tribunal into last year's MH17 crash in eastern Ukraine.
Chaka Fattah, who has represented Pennsylvania since 1994, is accused of misusing hundreds of thousands of dollars of federal, charitable and campaign funds.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell is to confirm a commitment to hand more powers to island communities on a visit to Stornoway.
The English Football Association gives its backing to Michel Platini's bid to become the next boss of Fifa.
A US police officer is charged with the murder of a driver who was shot in the head during a traffic stop over a missing licence plate.
British divers claim a second medal of the World Aquatics Championships as Tom Daley and Rebecca Gallantree win team gold.
Duncan Kennedy spends the day in Kent to see how the migrant crisis in Calais is causing chaos in the UK.
The US central bank , the Federal Reserve, keeps its key interest rates on hold for now.
Only 26% of money spent and collected by Kenya's government has been fully approved in an annual audit, with the auditor-general noting "disturbing problems".
Initial results of a fresh post-mortem examination of the body of a County Antrim man who died in Ibiza contradict the findings of an autopsy by Spanish authorities, his family's solicitor has said.
A Chinese shopping mall and the manufacturers of one of its escalators were to blame for the death of a young mother, investigators say.
England close day one of the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston on 133-3 after Australia are bowled out for 136.
A hack attack involving instructions hidden in photos, malicious tweets and the coding community Github is discovered by cybersecurity researchers.
After a US dentist invokes the wrath of many by paying to kill Zimbabwe's most famous lion, BBC News looks at the difference between poaching and hunting.
Unite members of the Offshore Contractors Association (OCA) reject proposals over changes to shift rotas and terms and conditions.
A fan who made "monkey gestures" towards black footballers at a Championship match is found guilty of racism.
As fresh claims surface that Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Omar is dead, the BBC's Lyse Doucet looks at what the future for the Taliban movement - and Afghanistan - might be without him.
An emergency call handler in the US resigns after officials release the audio of him hanging up on a frantic caller after a shooting in New Mexico.