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Fergus Nicoll is live from the final hours of the Democratic National Convention
Zola Budd and Mary Decker ran a race for glory that ended in disaster. (R)
Author Tahmima Anam on her first novel , A Golden Age, about Bangladesh's Liberation war
The latest two minute news summary from BBC World Service.
Kuwait City hits 54 degrees (R)
Humanitarian corridor for Syria's Aleppo; Pope Francis in Poland; Egypt's military courts
US Democratic convention; Media crackdown in Turkey; Miniature artificial brain
An exclusive interview with FIFA's Secretary General Fatma Samoura
Aleppo's humanitarian corridor; US Democratic Convention; T-shirt woman
The legacy of the robot Philae; US Democratic Convention; Kenya school fires
US Democratic Convention; Syria's Aleppo safe passage; Pope Francis to visit Auschwitz
Clinton and Trump's economic visions, plus a business solution to America's divisions.
The story of Russian spy Alexandr Ogorodnik and his CIA handler, Marti Peterson.
As the Rio Games approach, Owen Bennett Jones and his guests discuss sporting ethics.
"Powerful forces are threatening to pull us apart," she said.
The Democratic candidate warned about her rival, Donald Trump's shortcomings
A look inside the complex relationship between Turkey's army and its people
Pope offers silent prayer at former death camp, Clinton: 'US faces moment of reckoning'
An exclusive interview with FIFA's Secretary General Fatma Samoura (R)
Hillary Clinton nominated; Turkey purge widens further; The road out of Aleppo
Author Tahmima Anam on her first novel , A Golden Age, about Bangladesh's Liberation war (R)
Reports from California, a high-tech boat and the world of VHS.
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with interviews and reports from across the world.
The conversation after the father of a US Muslim war hero wows the Democratic Convention
Four Zika virus sufferers in Florida may be the first cases contracted within US
Hillary Clinton pledges to make the US economy her top priority if elected president.
Former dictator ordered to pay millions for crimes against humanity, Zika in Florida
A look inside the complex relationship between Turkey's army and its people (R)
Four people with Zika virus in Florida appear to have been infected by local mosquitoes
As auto-piloted cars begin tests Mike Williams asks if we will miss driving?
How can the techniques of computer science help us in everyday life?
Ex president Lula on trial for obstruction of justice, Testing times for Europe's banks
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As the Rio Games approach, Owen Bennett Jones and his guests discuss sporting ethics. (R)
Troubled bank Monte dei Paschi came a distant last in EU bank stress test results.
Stories of survival against the odds in South Sudan, the Balkans, Cuba and the Maldives
Sir Garfield Sobers at 80, women's star Suzie Bates, plus life as head coach of Zimbabwe
Recent Islamist attacks have changed the way Europe and its people feel about themselves
Victor Kruglov is a Russian agent in Hollywood. But he is no secret.
A review of the week with the latest news.