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Trump-Putin summit: US president reverses remark on Russia meddling
The US president now says he accepts the view that Russia meddled in the 2016 election.

Brazilian plastic surgeon 'Dr Bumbum' on run after patient dies
The celebrity plastic surgeon vanished after a woman died following buttock enhancement injections.

Batwoman: Lesbian comic hero to get TV series
The adaptation is to be the first live-action TV superhero series with an openly gay lead character.

Barack Obama condemns disregard for facts
The first black US president gives a rare speech to mark 100 years since Nelson Mandela's birth.

Alabama employee gets new car from boss after 20-mile walk
The employee's car broke down before his first day of work, so he walked through the night.

ECHR condemns Pussy Riot and Anna Politkovskaya cases
The ECHR condemns Russia over the Pussy Riot and murdered journalist Anna Politkovskaya cases.

Trump to redesign Air Force One to be 'red, white and blue'
The current look of Air Force One dates back to the Kennedy era, representing half a century of American history.

Spain sexual consent: PM Pedro Sanchez promises new law
PM Pedro Sanchez promises a new law that will class sex without explicit consent as rape.

Kim Jong-un blasts delays in North Korean economic projects
Field visits by North Korea's strongman are common but this time he is "appalled" by what he sees.

Las Vegas shooting: Mandalay Bay hotel owner sues 1,000 victims
The lawsuit is an attempt to avoid liability for a 2017 mass gun attack that killed 58 people.

Houston police arrest 'mattress murders' suspect
The convicted criminal cut off his ankle bracelet before beginning the murder "rampage", police say.

Mother Teresa India homes in 'baby trade' investigation
India's government has ordered an investigation amid allegations that the charity is selling babies.

Trump sheds light on his crucial error at Putin summit
The US president was in the dark about why he faced a backlash - but can changing one word fix that?

Thai cave rescue: Saying sorry to cave spirit Nang Norn
Ceremonies take place as the Thai cave boys' community seeks forgiveness and spiritual cleansing.

BMX fan in Nigeria overjoyed by bike sent in post
A 20-year-old Nigerian says he is "the happiest person in the world" after receiving the bike gift.

Yemen war: President Hadi has 'no regrets' over Saudi-led strikes
Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi says he has no regrets about the Saudi-led military operation in Yemen.

Mandela or Obama, who is the better dancer?
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa says Mr Obama cannot dance as well as Mandela.

Mobile ringtone replaces sound of Swiss church bells
A ringtone temporarily replaces the sound of bells as renovation work at a Lucerne church takes place.

Cyclist falls into drawbridge gap
Newly released footage shows the woman going through barriers before the incident in Wisconsin.

Apple unveils its latest emojis on World Emoji Day
If you're bald, ginger, grey-haired - or love lobster - these are the ones you've been waiting for.

Prehistoric bake-off: Scientists discover oldest evidence of bread
Charred crumbs found in the Jordanian desert show that bread-making dates back 14,000 years.

Facebook launches services for Inuit speakers
Social media giant promises translation interface for indigenous Canadian groups.

Romania may get bill letting women retire earlier
The country is hoping a new bill will help boost birth rates.

Polish charity gets huge phone bill thanks to stork
A lost stork has left a Polish environmental charity with a hefty bill to pay.

Trump immigration policy: My life trapped in an American city
An undocumented Mexican student shares the impact that checkpoints in Texas have on her daily life.

Eritreans hope for democracy after peace deal with Ethiopia
Many Eritreans are hoping that peace with Ethiopia will lead to an end to one-party rule at home.

Margrethe Vestager - Denmark's EU 'tax lady' taking on corporate giants
Denmark's EU Competition Commissioner, Margrethe Vestager, who is battling multinationals over tax.

Nelson Mandela: Why some young South Africans think he 'sold out'
Young South Africans give their views on anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela, born exactly 100 years ago.

The geriatric gamers on a mission
A group of five elderly Swedish gamers has stormed an online battlefield.

Rice paddy cartoons celebrate Japanese artist
Rice paddy cartoons are grown to celebrate the 90th anniversary of manga artist Osamu Tezuka

The app changing the dating scene for India's disabled people
The BBC's Ayeshea Perera meets the makers of an app seeking to improve opportunities to socialise.

Amlo: How often do world leaders take a pay cut?
Mexico's new president says he will reduce his salary by 60%.

'Billion dollar ransom': Did Qatar pay record sum?
The BBC has copies of texts and voicemails revealing Qatar’s tortuous negotiations to free kidnapped royals.

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