Russia will not receive a blanket ban from the Rio Games, the International Olympic Committee announces.
The gunman who killed nine in Munich had planned his attack for a year and appeared to have bought his gun on the "dark net", German officials say.
Lengthy delays for motorists travelling to Dover ease but Kent Police warn that disruption at the port could last for days.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell attacks Jeremy Corbyn's critics amid a row over "unauthorised" access to a Labour MP's office.
Two people are arrested after a five-year-old boy died in a suspected drowning at a water park in Leicestershire.
Lewis Hamilton cruises to victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix to take the championship lead for the first time this season.
One person is missing and two others have been taken to hospital after being pulled from the sea on the east Sussex coast.
Tigers at a wildlife park in Beijing have killed one woman and injured another after the pair left their vehicle, Chinese media reports say.
The UK's vote to leave the European Union adds to risks for the global economy, finance chiefs say at the G20 summit in China.
Funerals take place in the Afghan capital, Kabul, for victims of Saturday's suicide bomb attack claimed by so-called Islamic State, which killed 80 people.
A terminally-ill doctor who raised £250,000 for a cancer charity dies, her husband confirms.
Fast-moving wildfires force hundreds of people to leave their homes in mountains north of Los Angeles, California.
Ollie Burridge tells the BBC he and his family were stuck in traffic for sixteen hours waiting to board a ferry at Dover.
Model, actor and entrepreneur Lily Cole offers the business advice she wishes she had been given before she started out, for the BBC News series CEO Secrets.
Young people in Munich have given their reaction after Friday's mass shooting that left nine people dead, seven of then teenagers.
A man is arrested after trying to grab the Olympic Torch in Sao Paolo, as the flame makes its way towards Rio de Janeiro for the opening of the 2016 Games.
Chris Froome is set to become the first Briton to win three Tour de France titles. Rob Hatch, Rob Hayles, OJ Borg, and a few fans explain what makes him so good.
BBC Newsnight's Nicholas Watt tells the inside story of how the Leave campaign won the EU referendum.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton formally introduces her presidential running mate, Virginia Senator Tim Kaine.
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Will the increasingly close relationship between Aung San Suu Kyi and Myanmar's senior general pave the way to a more democratic Myanmar?
One month on from the Brexit vote, how divided is Britain? Newsnight's Katie Razzall assesses the mood across the North West of England.
Cyprus is a divided island where EU law does not apply in full - a useful example for pro-EU Scotland, the BBC's Laurence Peter reports.
Donald Trump's speech to the Republican Party Convention found a tone which may serve him through the campaign to come, writes James Naughtie
Almost a week after Turkey's thwarted coup, Turks resume their lives under a newly-imposed state of emergency.
Who were the victims of the mass shooting in Munich carried out by David Ali Sonboly?
Hillary Clinton has chosen Virginia Senator Tim Kaine as her vice-presidential running mate in her bid for the White House.
Has Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn performed a U-turn on whether Article 50 should be triggered straightaway?
Turkey's President Erdogan has accused the Gulen movement of being behind the failed coup - but what is the movement and what does it want?
The Indian government is proposing a centralised Goods and Services Tax to cut through red tape and corruption.
Three years have passed since Yahoo bought micro-blogging site Tumblr, but it is not the goldmine it once hoped.
A political profile of the man Labour MPs have selected to take on Jeremy Corbyn in a Labour leadership contest.
Google has made headlines for its forays into healthcare but what is its ultimate goal?
A look at some of the events in the world of entertainment and arts over the past week, including Steven Spielberg receiving a gold Blue Peter badge and Michelle Obama's Carpool Karaoke.
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Photographer Terence Donovan helped shape the look of a generation and redefined British photography in the Swinging Sixties.
Wahab Riaz is caught on the mid-wicket boundary as England bowl Pakistan out for 198, but opt against enforcing the follow-on despite a first-innings lead of 391.
The Football Association could lose millions of pounds in funding if it does not reform, says Sports Minister Tracey Crouch.
As motorists continue to face a long wait on their journey through Kent, how have people coped with being stuck in their cars for hours.
England's victory in the 1966 World Cup is now a part of the national legend but the tournament had a lasting impact on the country itself.
It has been a hair routine for decades, but salons are having to change tack as numbers seeking the traditional shampoo and set decline.
Why has the internet been arguing about the former Barcelona centre-half? Find out with BBC Trending's round-up.
The new Jason Bourne film might feature a plot involving a global social network, but don't expect to find its director Paul Greengrass tweeting about it any time soon.
Robot Wars judge Noel Sharkey shares his memories of the programme.
Diggers remove a million tonnes of stone a year from the place where Roman emperors, Michelangelo and Mussolini all went for their marble.
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