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Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra tells the BBC how she hopes to change perceptions of Indian actors.
Thousands are taking to the streets of Wukan after the village's democratically elected leader was taken away by police and shown to be confessing to allegations of bribery.
Venezuelan opposition leaders say they have validated enough signatures on a petition to move to the next stage in a process to remove President Maduro.
No-one can predict the consequences of Britain's referendum result for the European Union, writes Chris Morris in Brussels.
Eurosceptic economist Prof Tim Congdon argues that the UK can prosper like Hong Kong, trading freely outside the EU.
Russian investigators arrest a regional governor, saying they caught him red-handed taking a €400,000 (£325,000; $444,500) bribe in a Moscow restaurant.
At least 20 people die in devastating flooding in the US state of West Virginia, according to state officials.
Harry Kane says he is not tired and feels "sharp and ready" to perform against Iceland in England's last-16 tie on Monday.
Wales and Northern Ireland bid for their first European Championship quarter-final when they meet in Saturday's last-16 tie.
The mayor of Calais wants changes to a deal which allows Britain to carry out immigration checks on the French side of the English Channel, after a UK vote to leave the EU.
Sarah Rainsford asks British expats on the Costa del Sol what concerns them most about Brexit.
President Obama has said the special relationship between the US and the UK will continue after the UK's exit from the EU.
Rio's anti-doping Laboratory is suspended by Wada just six weeks before the Brazilian city hosts the Olympic Games.
US President Barack Obama is to designate the first national monument to gay rights at the site of the iconic Stonewall Inn in New York.
As Britain votes to leave the European Union, political figures from around the world react to the news.
The BBC's Katya Adler is given short shrift when she asks European Commission President, Jean-Claude Juncker, whether the UK's vote to leave the EU is "the beginning of the end" for the EU.
The EU and US agree final changes to a new data protection agreement known as the EU-US Privacy Shield.
Pope Francis, visiting Yerevan, uses the word "genocide" to describe mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks during World War One.
EU leaders insist the UK must move swiftly to negotiate leaving the organisation after Thursday's referendum, saying any delay would prolong uncertainty.
The son of Senegal's ex-President Abdoulaye Wade is freed from prison after serving three years of a six-year sentence for corruption.