So-called Islamic State says it was behind the killing of an 84-year-old priest in an attack on his church near Rouen in northern France.
US first lady Michelle Obama delivers a rebuke to Republican Donald Trump and gives an impassioned endorsement of Hillary Clinton at the Democratic convention.
A production company behind Star Wars pleads guilty to two criminal charges after Han Solo actor Harrison Ford broke his leg on set.
A legal challenge to Jeremy Corbyn's right to automatically stand in the Labour leadership contest is being heard.
An organiser of a pool party where a man was shot dead describes the "frightening chaos" that unfolded.
Irish jockey JT McNamara, who was paralysed after a fall at the 2013 Cheltenham Festival, dies at the age of 41.
Prime Minister Theresa May holds talks with Taoiseach Enda Kenny in London, focussing on Brexit.
A stabbing rampage leaves 19 people dead at a care home for people with mental disabilities near Tokyo, in Japan's worst mass killing in decades.
A scout from Kent collapses and dies at an international jamboree in Finland.
The mother-in-law of Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone is kidnapped in Brazil with criminals demanding a ransom of $36.5m (£28m), reports say.
UKIP's Suzanne Evans, who is currently suspended from the party, says she has given up hope of becoming its next leader - but insists she will not "give up" on the party.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child wins five star reviews from critics, with one describing it as "a game-changing production".
A priest has been killed in an attack by two armed men at his church near Rouen in northern France.
The first round-the-world solar powered flight has been completed.
Michelle Obama hits out at Republican Donald Trump in a speech at the Democratic National Convention
Drones delivering our shopping could become a reality across Britain, says the BBC's Transport correspondent Richard Westcott.
Nineteen residents have been killed in a knife attack at a care centre for people with mental disabilities in the Japanese city of Sagamihara.
Labour leadership challenger Owen Smith questions Jeremy Corbyn's patriotism, suggesting it is not "part of his make-up".
Mark Williams, chief executive of the British egg industry council, tells Radio 4's Today programme they are "absolutely delighted"
The BBC asked three young people attending World Youth Day to keep video diaries of their experiences.
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Jamie Coomarasamy sees how growing numbers of Americans are switching - or thinking of switching - party allegiances at the forthcoming presidential election.
Ofcom publishes a report into the UK communications market - but what is it all about?
What is going on in Germany and do the recent attacks herald a new era of insecurity?
Theresa May is in Northern Ireland for the first time since taking over as prime minister to talk about what will happen on the border.
A crackdown on rail firms hiding cheap fares and a warning of "dire" broadband speeds make front page headlines.
Photographer Charles Fox documents the work of the Trapang Sangke fishing community in Cambodia.
Images from different stages of Solar Impulse 2's round-the-world voyage to promote renewable energy.
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Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho returns early from their USA tour - but the club have not commented on reports he has been sent home by boss Jurgen Klopp.
Sri Lanka's Muttiah Muralitharan defends his right to coach Australia during a Test series between the sides after being called a "traitor".
Looking ahead to the German Grand Prix, which has a storied history and superstar drivers - so why is it so under threat?
Could sticking to the traditional suit at work hamper your career?
A Frenchman is suing his former employer for "bore out" - being "killed professionally" through boredom - but is there any such thing?
Iranians and Georgians appalled by national uniforms designed for Olympics opening ceremony.
The UK government's getting together with the retail giant Amazon, to start testing flying drones that can deliver parcels to your door.
Syria's Kurds have come a long way since declaring self-rule in 2013, but territorial expansion is creating its own problems, writes the BBC's Lina Sinjab.
Russian athletes are arriving in Rio for the Olympics Games, but how many will be cleared to compete?
Marni Nixon, who sang Audrey Hepburn's parts in My Fair Lady, has died at the age of 86.
As Prince Harry admits he didn't speak for years about the effect of his mother's death, how have parents helped their children with loss?