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A mass rally in support of refugees passes off peacefully in the eastern German city of Dresden.
Dozens of people protest against the "outrageous" docking of a Chilean naval vessel, dubbed the "torture ship", in east London.
Leicester's Jamie Vardy and Swansea's Jonjo Shelvey will be included in the England squad when it is announced on Sunday.
A first Barcelona goal from former Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen gives the Spanish champions victory over Malaga.
Chad executes 10 members of the Islamist militant group Boko Haram, a day after they were found guilty of terror crimes.
French police arrest two men suspected of stealing safes from hotel rooms by posing as wealthy Gulf tourists.
Tottenham remain winless in the Premier League after a goalless draw with Everton at White Hart Lane.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho believes his team's title hopes would already be over if they played another league.
Northern Ireland international defender Jonny Evans completes his move to West Brom from Manchester United.
Hundreds of people fall silent to mark one week since the Shoreham air crash in which 11 people died.
Andy Murray believes US Open opponent Nick Kyrgios can learn from the experience of a torrid past few weeks.
Judges in Egypt sentence three al-Jazeera journalists to three years in jail at a retrial.
Three children are in hospital after Austrian police stop a minivan carrying 26 migrants, days after 71 people are found dead in an abandoned lorry.
Four suspects appear in Hungary court over Austria migrant lorry deaths.
European ministers agree to increase ID and baggage controls among other restrictions at railway stations, France's interior minister announces.
Tom Briscoe scores five tries as Leeds Rhinos beat Hull KR by a record margin to retain the Challenge Cup at Wembley.
Scotland deliver a commanding display to thump Italy in the final Test before their Rugby World Cup squad is named.
Brendan Foster describes Mo Farah as Great Britain's "greatest sportsman" after achieving a distance 'triple-double'.
Wales get a pre-tournament morale boost as they beat Ireland 16-10 in Saturday's World Cup warm-up game in Dublin.
Peter Greste reacts to the al-Jazeera sentences