A large-scale vaccination campaign against yellow fever in Africa; the legacy of Rio.
Fu Yuanhui breaks taboo on menstruation in China; jailhouse slang; bomb in Turkey.
Explosion at a wedding in Gaziantep, Turkey; Britain's sugar tax? Teju Cole on race.
A New Zealand singer and her newly released album "Brown Girl"; the "Bolt" effect.
Tom Hunt's music for Charlotte and her horse, Valegro; Usain Bolt, Jamaica and the 4X100.
Bolt completes quest of historic "treble treble"; Nigerian women trafficking in Italy.
Update from athletics in Rio; Briton creates national youth orchestra in Iraq
Athlete lives in hiding after doping revelations; Hungary's migrant quota referendum
Yulia Stepanova's details accessed; Brighton's reaction to Brexit; Depicting inequality
South Sudan says it will no longer cooperate with UN; Cannes bans Burkinis on its beaches
Former CIA officer's bid for US president; Fidel Castro turns 90; Barbers and depression
South Sudan says it will not cooperate with UN; Can tossing coins help us make decisions?
Rebels in Aleppo say they've broken through government lines; major Istanbul rally.
An Iranian nuclear scientist has been executed; do shorter hours equal more productivity?
Thais vote in a referendum on a new constitution; Iranian nuclear scientist 'executed'.
The Tottenham riots, five years on; Brazil welcomes the world to Rio 2016
Donald Trump moves to repair relations with his party leadership; the Rio Olympics begin.
The 31st Olympic Games open in Rio; the British woman murdered in Pakistan; digital detox
Erdogan seeks to rein in armed force after coup; Italian pianist's gig in the Arctic
Great Red Spot powers up the heat on Jupiter; Pigeon racing scandal; The Age of Bowie.
Review panel to decide Russia's participation; balloon crash; Pope holds mass in Poland
Europe's oldest bank fares worst; Edinburgh festival offers refunds for Cosi fan tutte
Coffee cup crisis; should media stop publishing photos of terrorists? Boredom at work
Erdogan to drop cases of insult against him; European banks stress test; WOMAD festival
Day of mourning declared after suicide attack targetting the Hazara ethnic minority.
Teenage attacker was 'obsessed with mass shootings'.
So-called IS claims responsibility for attack on Hazara minority.
Munich fatal shootings are third major attack against civilians in Europe in eight days
No clear motive of Iranian-German gunman who killed nine in Munich shooting spree
Lockdown in Munich ends as Iranian-German gunman who killed nine is found dead