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A suicide bomber targets a prominent female Afghan politician, killing three civilians and wounding others in an attack on a Kabul convoy.
Three people have died after a collision involving two cars in Conisbrough, South Yorkshire.
Prison officers in England and Wales are to receive greater protection from violent inmates under new measures from the Ministry of Justice, as serious assaults are at a record high.
BBC Pop Up reports on a local coffee shop in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, whose residents rallied to save it from closure.
Hundreds of protesters for a variety of causes take to the streets of Brisbane, hoping to highlight their cause in front of world leaders.
Surgeons who refuse to publish their mortality rates could face sanctions, NHS England's medical director says.
A new way of giving contraceptive injections - in a special device without a traditional syringe - could help more women in developing countries plan their lives and their families.
Voters in Romania are set to elect a new president in a run-off between the social democrat prime minister and a centre-right candidate.
Ukraine's president orders the withdrawal of all state services, including funding for hospitals and schools, from rebel-held areas.
Can solar-powered cars lead to green revolution in F1?
World leaders discuss the global economy and energy, on the second and final day of the G20 summit in Brisbane, Australia.
The G20 summit in Australia concludes with economic growth at the centre of discussions, after Saturday was dominated by Western anger with Russia.
Songs of Praise, the BBC's flagship worship programme, is changing its format as part of a relaunch.
Why people secretly don't want to save time
Family planning made easier
Austria's 'ice cream' killer publishing memoirs
Interstellar sparks debate and more trends of the week
How almonds are sucking California dry
The cash machine with a cobra thrown in for free
Inmates in England and Wales who carry out assaults or other serious crimes will face harsher measures from next year, the Ministry of Justice announces.