The latest stories from the World section of the BBC News web site.
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Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says it will be difficult to control his emotions on his Premier League return on Sunday.
A group of activists in Vietnam express their intention to form a new political party to promote multi-party democracy in the communist country.
Energy firm Cuadrilla says it is scaling back work at an exploration site in West Sussex on police advice, as campaigners plan a protest camp.
Former media baron Conrad Black is fined $4.1m (£2.6m) and barred from becoming the director of a US company in a deal with regulators.
Germany's national rail firm Deutsche Bahn is threatened with a big fine because of travel chaos at Mainz station, a major hub.
Border officials in Kyrgyzstan say they have found an underwater pipeline used to smuggle alcohol into the country from neighbouring Kazakhstan.
Luis Suarez trains with the Liverpool first team after holding talks with manager Brendan Rodgers.