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Recent studies suggest that condom use is on the decline in South Africa - so how do women there get their partners to use condoms?
German police launch a huge anti-terror manhunt in the city of Munich after nine people died in a shooting at a shopping centre.
Turkey's deputy prime minister says the plotters behind last week's failed coup had infiltrated all ministries and more arrests will follow.
Tens of thousands of refugees remained stranded in a closed military zone between Syria and Jordan, with conditions rapidly deteriorating, reports the BBC's Yolande Knell.
Turkey's deputy prime minister tells the BBC more arrests could be made following last week's failed coup.
Koffi Olomide, one of Africa's most popular singers, is caught on camera purportedly kicking a woman at the main airport in Kenya.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton could announce her running mate as early as Friday, ahead of the party's convention.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says "there can be no place for doping in sport" after his country's Olympic athletics ban was upheld.
David Duke - a former leader of the Ku Klux Klan - launches a campaign for an open seat in the US Senate amid a rise in racial tensions.
As the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 is close to being suspended, the BBC talks to the sister of Zaharie Shah, the plane's chief pilot.
Authorities in Western Australia try to determine how a dead body went unnoticed for three days in the toilet of a Hungry Jack's outlet.
Dozens of pro-government troops were killed when rebels blew up a tunnel underneath a building in the Syrian city of Aleppo, reports say.
North Korean leader's liking for expensive timepieces falls foul of UN sanctions.
The sister of missing Malaysia Airlines captain Zaharie Shah tells the BBC about her brother's disappearance, and why the story of MH370 must live on.
It now appears that the man who killed 84 people in Nice last week had been planning the attack for months.
Graham is a sculpture of how humans would need to evolve to survive low-impact car crashes.
A Croatian court annuls the 1946 treason conviction of Catholic Cardinal Stepinac, who initially supported pro-Nazi fascists.
The head of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, is to stand trial over €404m payout to French tycoon Bernard Tapie, an appeals court confirms.
Recent highs of 54C in Kuwait could potentially be record breaking. Peter Gibbs reports on the extreme heat affecting the Middle East.
Local authorities in Nice refuse a request by French anti-terror police to destroy CCTV images of last week's lorry attack.