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- Ceasefire aim as Gaza deaths top 800
- Efforts to secure a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas are intensifying as the death toll in the 18-day-old conflict passes 800.
- 'No survivors' in Air Algerie crash
- There are no survivors from the Air Algerie AH5017 passenger jet that crashed in Mali, says the French President, Francois Hollande.
- Dutch and Australians in MH17 talks
- The Netherlands and Australia seek access to the rebel-controlled crash site of MH17 in eastern Ukraine as more bodies are flown out.
- Ferry owner death cause 'unknown'
- South Korea's forensic agency says it cannot determine the cause of death for the fugitive tycoon blamed for the recent ferry disaster.
- Fifteen killed in Afghan bus attack
- Suspected Taliban gunmen kill 15 bus passengers from the minority Hazara community in the central Afghan province of Ghor, officials say.
- Australia brings asylum group ashore
- A group of 157 asylum seekers held at sea will be brought to the Australian mainland to be detained, the immigration minister says.
- BSkyB pays £5bn to create Sky Europe
- BSkyB wants to take over Rupert Murdoch's pay TV companies in Germany and Italy in a move that would create a company with 20 million European viewers.
- Wildlife loss link to child slavery
- New research suggests that the global reduction in wildlife is connected to an increase in human trafficking and child slavery.
- Shift workers 'face diabetes risk'
- Type 2 diabetes is more common in people who work shifts, with effects on waistlines, hormones and sleep increasing the risk, a study suggests.
- US reporter believed held in Iran
- An American reporter for the Washington Post, his wife and two other US journalists appear to have been detained in Tehran, the newspaper says.
- McDonald's halts nuggets sales in HK
- Fast-food chain McDonald's suspends sale of chicken nuggets in Hong Kong over the out of date meat scandal at a Chinese supplier.
- 'Fluffy' dinosaurs were widespread
- A discovery of 150 million year old fossils in Siberia indicates that feathers were much more widespread among dinosaurs than previously thought.
- VIDEO: 'Fluffy' dinosaur theory sparks debate
- All dinosaurs were covered with feathers or had the potential to grow feathers, a study published in the journal, Science, suggests.
- VIDEO: Yoga all at sea
- SUP yoga, or stand up paddleboard yoga, involves most of the moves of normal yoga, but is done on a paddleboard in the water.
- VIDEO: Secrets of royal childhoods revealed
- A new exhibition at Buckingham Palace is revealing what is is like to grow up in the Royal Family.
- VIDEO: One-minute World News
- Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
- VIDEO: Note found in World War One kilt
- A hidden poem written by a Glasgow woman has been found sewn into the folds of a World War One kilt owned by a Southampton academic.
- VIDEO: Water ATMs bring clean water to Delhi
- The authorities is Delhi are piloting water dispensing machines to bring clean water to residents.
- VIDEO: 'You can hear the bombs and missiles'
- More than 800 people have died in the latest outbreak of violence in the Middle East, and despite calls for a ceasefire, the fighting continues.
- VIDEO: No sleep for family in new Gaza
- The BBC's Yolande Knell visits a family in Gaza struggling to maintain their day-to-day lives as the conflict between Hamas and Israel rages.
- Hamill: Star Wars return 'a gift'
- Star Wars actor Mark Hamill calls returning to the franchise was an "unexpected gift", and says Harrison Ford is recovering well from his broken ankle.
- Astrology can aid healthcare - MP
- Tory MP David Tredinnick speaks of his belief in astrology and his desire to incorporate it into mainstream medicine.
- UK economy back at pre-crisis level
- The UK economy grew 0.8% in the second quarter and has now recovered the ground lost since the downturn began in 2008, according to official figures.
- VIDEO: BBC World News business headlines
- The latest international business headlines from BBC World News.
- Google quizzed over deleted links
- Watchdogs are told that Google has complied with more than 45,000 requests for links to be erased from its European search results.
- Qualcomm disputes China phone sales
- US chipmaker Qualcomm claims some Chinese companies are misrepresenting sales to minimise their payments.
- Giants return to Liverpool streets
- Giant marionettes are back on Liverpool's streets as part of a three-day event commemorating World War One.
- NT to screen first Broadway show
- The National Theatre announces that Of Mice and Men will be their first Broadway production to screen live in UK cinemas.
- Africa 'needs green revolution'
- Sub-Saharan Africa's agricultural sector needs to harvest the fruits of biotechnology in order to establish sustainable development, says a Chatham House report.
- Call for end to 'throwaway society'
- A ban on sending leftover food to landfill is needed to move away from a 'throwaway society', say MPs.
- Bedtime light 'may stop cancer drug'
- Even dimly lit bedrooms may stop breast cancer drugs from working, according to US research.
- Paracetamol for back pain questioned
- Taking paracetamol for lower back pain does not improve recovery time or provide any greater pain relief than using a placebo, scientists say.
- Hamilton fastest in Hungary practice
- Lewis Hamilton beats Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in first practice for Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix.
- Azerbaijan to hold Formula 1 race
- Azerbaijan will host a Formula 1 Grand Prix in 2016, the former Soviet state has announced.
- When time stood still
- The story of the watch that survived Hiroshima - and its owner, who found peace through forgiveness.
- Illegal bottom injections on rise in US
- In search of a rounder backside, women are turning to discount procedures that can lead to pains, disfiguration and even death.
- Ghana protests over rising prices
- Thousands of workers across Ghana take to the streets to protest about the rise in the cost of living and call for petrol subsidies to be restored.
- Queen 'photo-bombs' athletes' selfie
- Two Australian Commonwealth Games hockey players have a huge surprise when the Queen appears smiling in the back of their selfie.
- Russian anti-Putin activists jailed
- A Moscow court jails two anti-government protest leaders - Sergei Udaltsov and Leonid Razvozzhayev - over clashes with police in May 2012.
- Charges over Mexico children's home
- A Mexican federal judge charges six employees of a children's home at the heart of an abuse scandal in the city of Zamora.
- UN sends 'unofficial' aid to Syria
- The first UN aid shipment to Syria delivered without the consent of the government has arrived in the north of the country.
- Arizona halts executions amid review
- Arizona halts executions pending a review of its death penalty procedures, after the allegedly botched lethal injection of a convicted murderer.
- Mother admits Mikaeel Kular killing
- The mother of three-year-old Mikaeel Kular has pleaded guilty to killing her son in Edinburgh in January.
- RBS reports surprise rise in profit
- Royal Bank of Scotland says it expects pre-tax profits of £2.65bn for the first half of the year but warns of 'bumps in the road ahead'.
- 'No question' over Red Arrows smoke
- There was "no question" the Red Arrows would change the colour of smoke trails to represent the Scottish flag at the Glasgow 2014 opening ceremony, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says.
- Warnings issued over teen drownings
- Warnings are issued following a series of drownings involving young men and teenagers in lakes and quarries across England.
- Your pictures: Cycling
- Readers' photos on the theme of "cycling"
- Day in pictures: 24 July 2014
- 24 hours of news photos: 24 July
- Dream Cars: Innovative Design, Visionary Ideas
- Concept designs by famous manufacturers on show in US
- Taiwan plane crash: In pictures
- TransAsia Airways plane crashes in Taiwan
- Prince George's first year
- Prince George's first year
- Day in pictures: 22 July 2014
- 24 hours of news photos: 22 July
- In pictures: Royal first birthdays
- A long line of royal baby photos
- In pictures: One man's HIV campaign
- An Indonesian prisoner's campaign against HIV
- The ship that totally failed to change the world
- The ship that totally failed to change the world
- A country where liberal journalists risk death
- The country where a writer accused of blasphemy must run
- France protests over performers' pay
- French performers march to defend state benefits
- MH17 crash: Abandoned crime scene
- Where are the investigators for the MH17 crash?
- Quiz of the week's news
- Which city serves the strongest cup of coffee?
- Thwarting Senegal’s cattle rustlers
- Squaring up to Senegal's cattle rustlers
- Criticising Israel, avoiding anti-Semitism
- Can you criticise Israel without being anti-Semitic?
- Five famous Scots with no vote
- Five famous Scots who can't vote in the Scottish referendum
- Narendra Modi: Is India's PM avoiding the media?
- Why Indian PM Narendra Modi is avoiding the media
- Voices from the death penalty debate
- Five people talk about their roles in Tennessee's execution debate
- The Ghanaian looking to inspire a nation
- The track cyclist from Scotland with an African connection
- Do women need bigger parking spaces?
- Do Chinese women need bigger spaces than men?
- China Week: Typhoons to tantrums
- China editor Carrie Gracie looks at what's made news this week
- Central African Republic's road to anarchy
- Andrew Harding crosses paths with Central African militias
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