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Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam was able to leave France because Belgium was slow to warn about his jihadist background, a French MP says.
The BBC's Steve Rosenberg reports from Moscow on Russia's reaction to the UK leaving the European Union.
The personal details of more than 150,000 members of dating website Muslim Match have been posted online.
More than 180 people are killed in flooding along the Yangtze River, following torrential rain in central and southern China.
A Star of David-type image used by presumptive US presidential nominee Donald Trump on Twitter was previously posted on a far-right forum, a report says.
A US man pleads guilty to running a phishing campaign to steal private pictures and videos from film and TV stars.
The BBC goes behind the scenes as the Orchestra of Syrian Musicians reunite for a series of concerts with Damon Albarn.
An ex-aide to retired Chinese President Hu Jintao is jailed for life for corruption, illegally obtaining state secrets and abuse of power.
Russian athletes who say they are not drug cheats may find out if they can compete at Rio 2016 just 15 days before the Olympics start.
After South Korea's spy agency briefed politicians about Kim Jong-un's rapid weight gain, the BBC's Stephen Evans reflects on the value of such observations.
The Australian dollar shrugs off the political uncertainty in the country after elections over the weekend were too close to call, raising the prospect of a hung parliament.
China has fitted the final piece on what is set to be the world's largest radio telescope, the size of 30 football fields and worth $180m (£135m).
The Iraqi government declares three days of national mourning after a huge bomb in the capital Baghdad kills 165 people and injures more than 200 others.
In Senegal, members of one branch of Sufi Islam, known as the Baye Fall, haven't been fasting during the holy month of Ramadan, unlike most other Muslims.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has become the country's first head of government to take part in Toronto's annual gay pride parade.
A vessel looking for the bodies of victims of the Egypt Air plane that crashed in the Mediterranean in May has found most remains, investigators say.
The US space agency will try shortly to put a satellite in orbit around Jupiter to sense what lies beneath the giant planet's obscuring clouds.
A suspected suicide bomber dies after being tackled by guards near the US consulate in Jeddah, the Saudi Arabian interior ministry says.