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China warns on 'illegal' HK protests

China issues a warning against "illegal acts" in Hong Kong, as protesters there vow to step up their campaign if the chief executive does not resign.

Head of US Secret Service resigns

The head of the US Secret Service, tasked with guarding US President Barack Obama, resigns following recent high-profile security lapses.

Ebola: 'Five S Leone cases per hour'

Save the Children says healthcare demands are far outstripping supply in Sierra Leone and warns that the Ebola outbreak there is getting worse.

Argentina bank governor resigns

Argentina's central bank governor Juan Carlos Fabrega resigns after less than a year in the job, as the country's economic troubles pile up.

EU commissioner: Nude celebs 'dumb'

Celebrities who had intimate pictures of themselves leaked onto the internet were "dumb" for taking them, the EU's new digital commissioner says.

Rio 2016 Olympics "are on track"

The International Olympic Committee says it is satisfied with the progress made by Rio de Janeiro in its preparations for the 2016 Olympics.

Iraq PM opposes Arab strikes in Iraq

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi tells the BBC he "totally" opposes Arab nations joining air strikes against Islamic State in his country.

Deadly attack on Donetsk school

A shell blast kills four people at a school in the rebel-held Ukrainian city of Donetsk on the first day of classes, delayed because of the conflict.

Florida music row killer guilty

Michael Dunn is found guilty in the fatal shooting of Jordan Davis, a teenager shot during a row over loud music at a petrol station in Florida.

Karadzic takes blame for Serb crimes

Radovan Karadzic sums up his defence, saying he takes "moral responsibility" for crimes committed by Bosnian Serbs but denying he ordered killings.

Kissinger 'considered Cuba strikes'

US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger wanted to "smash Cuba" by air strikes nearly 40 years ago, newly disclosed government documents show.

Airlines told to replace cockpit kit

The US air safety regulator has ordered airlines to replace cockpit displays in more than 1,300 planes because of fears that wi-fi signals can make them go blank.

Record haul-out for Pacific walrus

Tens of thousands of Pacific walrus have been photographed moving ashore in northwest Alaska.

Italy cuts MP's barbers' pay to 99K

The Italian parliament's barbers are having their top pay cut to "only" 99,000 euros (£77,000) to save costs.

Texas children 'monitored for Ebola'

Children have come into contact with the first patient to be diagnosed with Ebola on US soil and are being monitored, the Texas governor says.

White House 'intruder' denies charges

Omar Gonzalez, the man accused of scaling the White House fence and running into the building while carrying a knife, pleads not guilty to charges.

Chile avalanche kills extreme skiers

Extreme skiers Jean-Philippe Auclair and Carl Andreas Fransson have died in an avalanche in southern Chile, officials confirm.

Mexico charges troops with homicide

Mexico's attorney general has charged three soldiers with murder during a shootout with 22 alleged gang members on 30 June.

Grace Mugabe 'should hand back PhD'

Award-winning Zimbabwean writer Chenjerai Hove calls on Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe to hand back her PhD as students demand an investigation.

Congo ex-fighters 'starve in camp'

More than 100 demobilised militia fighters and their relatives die from hunger and disease in an army camp in DR Congo, according to a rights group.

Japan volcano eruption deaths rise

Rescue workers in Japan recover more bodies from Mount Ontake, bringing to 47 the number of those killed by Saturday's surprise volcanic eruption.

New Afghan leader reopens bank case

Afghanistan's new President, Ashraf Ghani, says he is resuming the investigation into a banking fraud, said to be one of the largest in the world.

New Nato chief urges Russian rethink

The new Nato chief, Jens Stoltenberg, says the alliance wants constructive ties with Russia - but Russian policy in Ukraine must change.

Lord Hill faces second 'EU grilling'

The UK's candidate to join the European Commission, Lord Hill, is summoned to a second hearing of MEPs to assess his suitability for the job.

Iran filmmakers back nuclear deal

Six prominent Iranian filmmakers launch a campaign urging world powers to agree a permanent solution to the dispute over Iran's nuclear programme.

Syria peacekeeping 'impossible'

The Philippines says it will not participate in "impossible or unclear" UN peacekeeping missions after a rebel ambush in the Syrian Golan Heights.

Cameron pledges tax cuts 'for 30m'

David Cameron says a future Conservative government would cut taxes for thirty million people as he delivers his party conference speech.

River body confirmed as missing Alice

A body found in a west London river is that of missing Alice Gross, the Metropolitan Police confirm.

US dollar rally 'has years to go'

The US dollar continued its rally on Wednesday, hovering near a four-year high against major currencies, and analysts say there is more to come.

France to shrink deficit by 2017

The French government says it will reduce its budget deficit to below the EU threshold of 3% of GDP by 2017, two years later than promised.


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