The latest stories from the World section of the BBC News web site.
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Twenty-one opposition MPs are expelled from Zimbabwe's parliament after they broke away to form a new party.
Nairo Quintana of Colombia wins Italy's Tirreno-Adriatico after Switzerland's Fabian Cancellara takes the final stage.
Pakistani Christians in Lahore hold funerals for victims of two Taliban suicide bomb attacks, amid heavy security in the city.
Police and intelligence officers who give evidence about an alleged Westminster paedophile ring must be protected from prosecution, two Labour MPs say.
People living on a remote island in Vanuatu are having to drink harmful saltwater following last week's devastating cyclone, the BBC finds.
A senior Iraqi Kurdish official criticises Baghdad for withholding funds from Iraqi Kurdistan while financing the administration of areas under Islamic State control.
Pakistan bowler Mohammad Irfan will miss the rest of the World Cup after suffering a stress fracture of the pelvis.
Cycling boss Brian Cookson says Lance Armstrong's plan to join a charity ride at this year's Tour de France is "disrespectful".
Sunderland appoint former Netherlands coach Dick Advocaat as their new manager until the end of the season.