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A reporter for a Washington-area paper had strong words for White House Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders over her criticism of "fake news".
A police officer in Ohio had to chase his own patrol car after it began rolling away during a traffic stop.
In defiant TV speech, Michel Temer says the charge is baseless and an assault on his dignity.
The president has hailed it as "the day weapons became words", after half a century of conflict.
A quarter of the world's population now use the social network every month.
Muhammad has been looking for his family since an oil tanker blaze killed 150 people in Pakistan.
US Senate Republicans delay a vote on their healthcare bill, dealing a blow to their promise to replace Obamacare
China could face sanctions after the US named it one of the worst offenders of human trafficking.
An 11-storey block is evacuated in Wuppertal because it has panels similar to Grenfell Tower's.
The tennis star, who is six months pregnant, poses naked for photographer Annie Leibovitz.
The claim has been made by a former British mercenary who led his own failed coup attempt in 2004.
The court rules the Chaldean Catholics, Sunni Muslims and Iraqi Kurds faced danger back in Iraq.
A superstitious elderly woman delayed a flight in Shanghai for hours after "praying for safety".
A 403-page report into claims of alleged corruption in Qatar's successful 2022 World Cup bid is released by Fifa.
Gulf countries might 'ultimately, simply disengage from Qatar', a UAE spokesman says.
German Muslim girls say they were racially abused in Poland while learning about the Holocaust.
This stunning basketball court is nestled between buildings in an otherwise standard suburb of Paris.
Banks, retailers, energy firms and the airport appear to have been targeted by a malware attack.
A Dutch appeal court finds the state 30% liable for 350 deaths in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre.
Nitcharee, 21, landed the job of 'happiness observer' in a hospital six years after losing her legs.
Activists believe US-led coalition aircraft bombed the site and that prisoners are among the dead.
A new bill passed by the House aims to make singing the anthem "with fervour" compulsory.
Donald Trump Jr called the network "fake news" after it published the now retracted article.
The university in north-eastern Nigeria has repeatedly been attacked by Boko Haram militants.
The US called for the jailed Nobel laureate, who has terminal cancer, to be given "genuine freedom".
German MPs press for a vote on legalising same-sex marriage before the September election.
A former supporter of France's far-right is accused of helping an Iranian man reach the UK by boat.
The European Commission fines Google €2.4bn ($2.7bn; £2.1bn) for favouring its shopping comparison service.
Food supply chains are increasingly reliant on 14 vulnerable "chokepoints", a report says.
The defence secretary said the government would support 'proportionate' military action
The actor's ex-managers allege he knew he was breaking the law when bringing his dogs into Australia.
The area, the Nathu La pass, is used by Indians going for pilgrimages to religious sites in Tibet.
The US president and his policies "are broadly unpopular around the globe", a wide new survey says.
US warns Syria of "heavy price" over "potential preparations for another chemical weapons attack".
The former pharmaceutical chief denies operating a Ponzi-like scheme that cheated investors.
The transfer of the rebels' personal weapons was a key condition in last year's peace agreement.
A father describes the moment it happened at a Six Flags theme park in New York.
Brazil's president Michel Temer charged with accepting bribes by chief prosecutor
Western nations are giving Russia nearly £100m to clear up nuclear waste at Andreyeva Bay, a contaminated Cold War submarine base.
Scientists at UC Berkeley have created a robot that has learnt to pick up virtually any object.
The EU argues that the rights of the bloc's citizens should not change as a result of Brexit.
Twenty years on, we review predictions for Hong Kong made when Britain handed the city over to China.
Some 22 million Americans could lose insurance under Senate bill to replace Obamacare, congressional report says
Influential Republican Bob Corker wants to see a "path forward" to resolving the crisis in the Gulf.
A former Ontario nurse is sentenced to life in prison for killing eight elderly people in her care.
Dozens of bodies are buried after a group of 75 people is abandoned by traffickers.
Germany says it does not want agents involved in a brawl in Washington to attend the Hamburg summit.
The Catholic bishop was "forcibly removed" from his diocese and his whereabouts are still unknown.
The ex-leader celebrates local election wins in 16 out of 22 cities with two other parties.
Jewish leaders react angrily after Israel's PM freezes plans to upgrade mixed-gender prayer section.
The University of Delaware sacks a professor who derided Otto Warmbier as a "clueless white male".
Firm which supplied cladding thought to have been on London's Grenfell Tower ends global sales for high-rise blocks
US Supreme Court allows part of Trump travel ban to go into effect and will hear full case in October.
Organisers for the "inclusive" event said the rainbow Star of David flags "made people feel unsafe".
An online campaign is urging Algerians to promote local fashion to mark the end of Ramadan.
Hostage Johan Gustafsson, held by al-Qaeda in Mali since 2011, has been freed, the Swedish government says.
Officials have confirmed photos of scantily dressed women were taken inside a Johannesburg jail.
The woman was able to rip off part of the door, according to a passenger on board the flight to Texas.
A judge orders the exhumation of painter Salvador Dali's body to obtain samples for a paternity suit - Spanish media report.
The Tottenham and Kenyan midfielder has a street named after him in Tanzania - but not for long.
Greetings in a regional language have stirred rather than quelled rumours over the president's health.
South Korea's new president supports proposals for a unified team at the Winter Olympics.
About 2,000 people have been evacuated as the fires near the Unesco heritage site.
The shark was reportedly 8ft long and had to be put down after it was caught because of a head injury.
A July date is set for the trial of white farmers accused of forcing a black man into a coffin and threatening to burn him alive.
The embattled comic's publicity team claim his summer speaking tour is about "restoring his legacy".
China's Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo is granted medical parole after being diagnosed with terminal liver cancer.
The group deploys suicide bombers in different parts of the city, but their counter-attack is short-lived.
The White House fails to hold its annual event marking the end of Ramadan, the Muslim holy month.
Volunteers from the 'Unity Convoy' have delivered 100 ambulances to the devastated country.
India's PM says his country "proved its power" in its strikes on militant bases in Pakistan.
Three Australian Crown Resorts employees broke the law by enticing Chinese high-rollers to casinos.
The map was given to a production assistant and remained out of public view for more than 60 years.
The struggling icon is critical to supporting economic activity in Australia, a report finds.
Japanese firm faces billions of dollars of liabilities linked to the biggest ever automotive recall.
How Mr Modi deals with Mr Trump will partially shape the future of the US-India relationship.
El Hadji Diouf on himself: "I am a lion, I have got character and I want people to respect me."
A decades-old murder and how a Supreme Court decision means freedom for one man, and life in prison for the other
Several people died when a passenger boat sank on a reservoir near the town of Guatapé in north-western Colombia.
Ammash, 4, has leukaemia and the funds for his treatment are running out.
Governor John Kasich's site is one of those attacked, posting a threat to President Donald Trump.
A boat carrying 150 tourists sinks on a reservoir in north-western Colombia, officials say.
Bystanders form a circle to catch the girl as she plummets to the earth from 25ft in the air.
Organisers insist event is diverse but some attendees feel black people were left on the margins.
The BBC's Orla Guerin joins Iraqi fighters so close to IS militants they can "see their faces".
The good assets of Banca Popolare di Vicenza and Veneto Banca will be taken on by Intesa Sanpaolo.
The US secretary of state urges a "lowering of rhetoric" between Qatar and four other Arab states.
The number of people suffering addiction to narcotics in Iran has surged, local media report.
Fifa says "it is still investigating the allegations" that footballers were part of a state-sponsored doping programme in Russia.
The convening of a joint congress in Versailles is a measure normally associated with times of crisis.
A rescue operation is now under way to get people stranded in other cable cars safely back to earth.
Women's captain Mithali Raj enjoys some poetry to calm "jitters".
Roger Federer warms up for Wimbledon by beating Alexander Zverev to earn a record ninth title at the Gerry Weber Open.
French-Vietnamese dissident blogger Pham Minh Hoang loses his birth nationality and is deported.
Australian PM sees the funny side after receiving a tie emblazoned with the words "Donald Trump".
AirAsia pilot changes course from Perth after an engine problem causes passenger plane to vibrate.
An AirAsia X plane is forced to turn back to Perth after suffering a "technical fault".
The Islamic world has begun marking the holiday which ends the Ramadan fast.
Thousands of rescuers are digging through rocks for a second day in the hope of finding survivors.
Here's what made us smile this week.