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TV and radio stations stop playing Macedonian songs due to copyright dispute.
The US charges Ahmad Khan Rahami with planting bombs in New York City and New Jersey, one of which injured 31 people in Manhattan.
Proposed time limits on cost-free roaming for travellers with mobile devices have been scrapped under new European Commission plans.
A handbag made from a taxidermied roadkill ginger cat sells at auction in New Zealand, generating a predictably mixed range of reactions.
Zimbabweans risk imprisonment for abusing the national flag, the authorities warn in the wake of protests where the flag is used as a symbol for change.
Violent demonstrations in the North Carolina city of Charlotte leave 12 police officers injured after a black man said to be armed is shot dead by police.
A man wielding a knife has been shot and wounded by security staff outside Israel's embassy in the Turkish capital, Ankara.
Videos of inventor Joseph Herscher's machines have been viewed millions of times.
Volkswagen is facing €8.2bn in damages claims from 1,400 German investors over the emissions scandal, a state court has said.
North Korea notoriously restricts access to the internet for its own citizens, but the full list of its websites visible to the outside world have apparently been revealed for the first time.
The US has said it holds Russia responsible for a deadly attack on an aid convoy near the Syrian city of Aleppo on Monday.
The BBC's Chief International Correspondent, Lyse Doucet spoke with Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
A politician in Germany's Pirate party is found dead in a Berlin flat with the body of another man, in what police believe was a murder-suicide.
Actor Brad Pitt says he is "very saddened" that wife Angelina Jolie has filed for divorce and asks for privacy on their children's behalf.
Writer and film director Curtis Hanson, who won a best screenplay Oscar for LA Confidential, dies at the age of 71, police say.
There have been violent protests in the US town of Charlotte, in North Carolina, after police shot dead a black man.
Vets are warning would-be dog owners to think twice before buying breeds with fashionably "flat-faced" features - because of concerns over their welfare.
A Sydney teenager who sparked a nationwide media debate about young people refusing to work reveals she actually has a job.
Dozens of Syrian children work in shoe factories in Gaziantep, southern Turkey. Some of them have been talking about their lives.
American football player Colin Kaepernick says he has received death threats over his refusal to stand for the national anthem.