The EU declares that a deal must be done by Sunday to resolve the Greece debt crisis.
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Washington pleas with its allies in the fight against IS to stop fighting each other.
A special focus on one of the biggest foreign policy problems for the British government.
Can Colombia administer justice for those who have suffered in its long civil war?
When will scientists be able to predict earthquakes more accurately?
Russia criticises a ban on its athletes competing at the Paralympics.
Germans to be told they should store food and water for ten days in case of attack.
Does the full face covering hinder communication and social cohesion?
Life under siege in Aleppo - and the Zimbabwean flower protesters
Government plan won't extend junk food advertising ban or curb cut-price offers in shops
One of Britain's most infamous radical preachers is to be sentenced next month.
50 countries could miss the Paralympics because grants haven't been paid.
Are ordinary Brazilians getting access to the Olympic Games?
How should the US respond to the humanitarian disaster in Aleppo?
We talk to an African-American councillor at Baltimore City Hall.
The presidents of Russia and Turkey say they share a common goal.
Can aid now get through? We talk to the UN's Syria humanitarian task force chief.
Rio protestors prevented from reaching opening ceremony.
Dame Goddard - third head of child abuse panel - resigns.
Ukip leadership favourite Steven Woolfe is excluded from the contest.
Government shifts tack to an economy that 'works for everyone'.
The UN-backed Libyan government asks for US help in Sirte.
A maternity hospital in a rebel-held area of Syria has been hit by an airstrike.
EDF board approves Hinkley Point C - but London delays sign-off until September.