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A top rebel in Ukraine says his forces do not possess the Buk missile thought to have brought down flight MH17 - but another rebel leader disagrees.
Suicide attackers mount a bomb and gun attack on a prison convoy in Iraq, killing 51 prisoners and nine police officers, security sources say.
Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal says there can be no ceasefire in Gaza without an end to Israel's economic blockade, as fighting continues.
Google will meet data regulators from across the EU to discuss the implications of the controversial "right to be forgotten" ruling.
US death row inmate Joseph Wood takes almost two hours to die in Arizona's death chamber, and the state governor orders an inquiry.
Forty-eight people are now known to have died after a passenger plane crashed in Taiwan's Penghu island, as a storm passed over the area.
At least 13 children are killed along with their driver when a school bus is hit by a train in the Indian state of Telangana, police say.
Rival armed groups in the Central African Republic sign a ceasefire agreement aimed at ending over a year of religious conflict.
The trial begins of one of Venezuela's main opposition leaders, Leopoldo Lopez, accused of inciting violence during anti-government protests.
The US aviation regulator lifts its ban on US carriers flying to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion airport, but warns the situation remains "very fluid".
A Chinese man pleads guilty to attempting to smuggle sensors made for the US military to China, after a US sting operation.
A US teenager and his father who crashed their plane during an attempt to fly around the world knew the risks, a relative says.
Doctors in India extract 232 teeth from the mouth of a 17-year-old boy in a seven-hour operation.
An elderly, "depressed" polar bear is to stay in Argentina because he is too old, a zoo decides, rejecting a petition to move him to Canada.
A Detroit man feared for his life before he shot an unarmed black woman standing on his porch, his lawyer says at the start of his murder trial.
Johann Breyer, 89, has died awaiting extradition to Germany amid allegations he committed Nazi war crimes during World War Two.
The Colombian armed forces kill eight rebels from the left-wing National Liberation Army in an operation in eastern Arauca province.
A US judge orders Argentina and its creditors to meet "continuously" to avoid the nation defaulting on its debts later this month.
Popular Somali musician and member of parliament Saado Ali Warsame is shot dead by Islamist militants in the capital, Mogadishu.
A South African rhino poacher is sentenced to 77 years in prison in one of the heaviest sentences aimed at curbing the illegal trade.
British experts are to begin the process of analysing the flight data recorder from the downed Malaysia Airlines plane.
Opposition MPs in India demand an investigation into reports that some Hindu MPs tried to forcibly feed a Muslim man fasting for Ramadan.
Members of the European Union will have to boost their energy efficiency by 30% by 2030 according to Commission.
Pro-Palestinian protesters disrupt a football match in Austria between the Israeli club, Maccabi Haifa, and French team, Lille.
A suicide car bomb has killed at least 21 people at a police checkpoint in Baghdad's Kadhimiya district, Iraqi police say.
A French court jails three young men for rioting after a pro-Palestinian demonstration in a mixed suburb of Paris degenerated into anti-Semitic violence.
The Queen declares the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow open after a live show featuring a cast of 2,000 and appearances from several famous Scots.
People whose power is cut off for long spells during bad weather will be eligible for much higher compensation payments.
China's manufacturing activity grows at its fastest pace in 18 months in July, an initial survey by HSBC shows, the latest sign that its economy may be stabilising.
Social networking firm, Facebook has reported that profits more than doubled in its second quarter on a jump in advertising revenue.
General Motors is recalling an additional 717,949 vehicles due to a range of issues, including loose bolts and potentially incomplete welding on some seat hooks.
Sir Bradley Wiggins says he sometimes wishes he had never won the Tour de France and Olympic gold in 2012.
Manchester United give new boss Louis van Gaal a winning start as they beat LA Galaxy 7-0 in a friendly in California.
Andy Murray is set to continue working with Amelie Mauresmo after his early Wimbledon exit as she joins his training camp in Miami.
TV presenter Peaches Geldof died of a heroin overdose after relapsing from a period of abstinence, a coroner rules.
Dora Bryan, the actress whose career encompassed theatre, film and TV's Last of the Summer Wine, has died near Brighton at the age of 91.
Lawyers representing Adele's two-year old son, Angelo Adkins, accept a five-figure sum in damages to settle a privacy case over paparazzi photos marking his "milestone moments".
China detains five people as part of its probe into a firm that allegedly supplied out of date meat to fast food chains, including McDonald's and KFC.
Millions of mayflies took to the air in Wisconsin, tricking radar into thinking it was raining
Paul Adams sees a Red Cross evacuation mission come under attack by local people in Gaza City's Shejaiya neighbourhood
Natalia Antelava gains access to a village where one woman apparently died, and another was badly injured, when it was allegedly shelled by Ukrainian Grad rockets.
More than 1,700 people have reportedly been killed in seven days as fighting in Syria intensifies.
More than 40 people were killed when a TransAsia Airways passenger plane crashed after making a failed emergency landing in Taiwan, local officials say.
The BBC's Alan Johnston reports on the journey so far of the wrecked cruise ship Costa Concordia as it is towed to Genoa for scrapping.
Warming seas are reducing the food supply for Antarctic seals, say researchers.
Why the Palestinian group won't back down yet
Woman who beat 'fat' jibes to turn Malawi into netball champions
Race against time to audit every Afghan vote
Who are the Europeans with an eye on the Scottish referendum?
Digesting China's latest food scandal
Families wait for answers year after Spanish rail disaster
Fighting continues, as Syria's Assad strengthens his position
Why the US public quickly lost interest in lunar exploration
The deadly danger of illegal backstreet buttock injections
The restaurants that love solo diners