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Corridors are to be opened to allow civilians and rebels to leave the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo, Russia says.
Dozens of people have died in Nepal after flash floods and landslides, caused by monsoon rains, sweet through villages.
French prosecutors have identified the second man involved in the killing of a priest in a Normandy church as Abdel Malik Petitjean, 19.
China asks Vietnam to investigate reports an official wrote an insult on two pages of a Chinese visitor's passport.
US President Barack Obama implores voters to continue his legacy by carrying Hillary Clinton to victory, in a rousing speech at the Democratic convention.
President Barack Obama evokes a positive vision of the US and implored voters to back Hillary Clinton as his successor in the White House.
Australia's most senior Catholic, Cardinal George Pell, calls claims he sexually abused children "a scandalous smear campaign".
The Japanese city of Hiroshima asks Pokemon Go's creators to keep its virtual monsters out of its memorials to nuclear bomb victims.
Investigators in France believe they are close to identifying the second of two men who murdered a priest in a church on Tuesday, reports say.
Vice-President Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton's running mate Tim Kaine both on went on the attack against Donald Trump.
Around 70 members of the Russian Olympic team leave a Moscow airport for Brazil to take part in Rio 2016 while others stay at home, banned for doping.
Security is boosted at South Korea's embassy in Hong Kong where a North Korean defector is reported to have sought asylum.
The year 2016 could be the deadliest so far in the migration crisis, according to figures from the International Organisation for Migration.
Brody Murray lets his pet parrot Roku fly freely in vast landscapes near Brisbane, and now other enthusiasts are joining the free-fly movement.
Growing evidence suggests so-called Islamic State used a new type of explosive device when they killed almost 300 people in Baghdad earlier this month.
Animals in one of Venezuela's main zoos are reported to be dying of hunger because of chronic food shortages.
African migrants remain as determined as ever to reach Europe from Libya despite the growing number of deaths at sea.
Ellen Page and the director of new film Tallulah discuss whether every woman is designed to embrace motherhood.
The story of a woman who cut her breasts to protest against a discriminatory "breast tax" in British ruled India is being revived by an artist in the south Indian state of Kerala.
A lawyer known as the Texas Law Hawk has become an internet star through a series of bizarre ads.