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BBC Breakfast put Olympic sprinting legend Usain Bolt on the spot with 60 seconds of quick-fire questions.
The region's first safe house for trafficked men has been opened by a Bristol-based charity.
Thai police take the wife of a Scottish journalist in for questioning, hours after he shared images of the crown prince on social media.
Donald Trump painted a dark picture of the state of America as he accepted the Republican nomination for president.
Donald Trump says his presidency would usher in a new era of security and prosperity, as he accepts the Republican presidential nomination.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson calls on allies fighting the so-called Islamic State group to do more to gather evidence of war crimes.
Nintendo's Pokemon Go is now available for players in Japan, the birthplace of the monsters, says game developer Niantic Labs.
The Queen's 1947 wedding dress will be a star attraction at a new Buckingham Palace exhibition.
We asked Republican delegates for specifics on how they think Donald Trump's Mexican wall should (or could) be built.
The UK's first double hand transplant operation has taken place at Leeds General Infirmary.
French energy giant EDF is expected to make its long-awaited investment decision on a new nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point in Somerset next week.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gives his speech at the Republican National Convention.
The government should reconsider its strategy on fighting extremism because it risks making the situation worse, a parliamentary group says.
A World War Two veteran faced a "lonely funeral" with no friends or family, but an appeal
A selection of some of the shortlisted images in this year's EyeEm Awards.
Tim Minchin talks to the BBC about his new stage adaption of the film Groundhog Day.
The vast wetlands of the Niger Delta region are home to Nigeria's oil resources, but are once again at the centre of a security crisis, writes the BBC's Martin Patience
NHS bosses in England are accused by MPs of not being tough enough in tackling delays in discharging medically fit patients from hospital.
Surrounded by government forces, the Syrian city of Aleppo could be facing its last gasp after holding out for four years, writes Diana Darke.
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