The latest stories from the World section of the BBC News web site.
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Do men or women rule US football?
Chile beat Argentina 4-1 on penalties in Santiago to win the 2015 Copa America, their first major trophy.
The girl who escaped from Boko Haram
The Greek tragedy inspiring women who have lost everything
England's Lionesses share their celebrations on social media after beating Germany 1-0 and finishing third at the World Cup.
US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton accuses China of hacking US computers and stealing commercial secrets and government information.
Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro makes a rare public appearance at a meeting with cheese experts near Havana.
As Pope Francis tours Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay, BBC News speaks to two women with contrasting views on his visit
The government is to fund two permanent memorials to UK victims of terror attacks overseas, Prime Minister David Cameron announces.
Latin America awaits Pope Francis' first trip back
Fara Williams's extra-time penalty gives England a first win over Germany to seal third place at the Women's World Cup.
Roger Federer beats big-serving Sam Groth and Marin Cilic seals victory, but Jo-Wilfried Tsonga exits Wimbledon.
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis accuses Athens' creditors of "terrorism", the day before a referendum on an international bailout.
A video apparently released by the Islamic State group shows 25 men being shot dead in the ancient city of Palmyra.
Every year the soldiers and horses of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment leave London for summer training in Norfolk.
Britain's Andy Murray overcomes a shoulder problem to beat Italy's Andreas Seppi in the third round of Wimbledon.
The industry behind champagne production has been handed world heritage status by the United Nations' cultural arm.
Wikileaks says it has evidence that the United States has routinely spied on senior Brazilian government officials since 2011 or earlier.
Eurotunnel says it is preparing for a "difficult night" and increases security after 150 migrants tried to storm the Calais terminal.
Helping children with clubfoot