The latest stories from the World section of the BBC News web site.
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Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal says his team can qualify from Champions League Group B despite drawing at CSKA Moscow.
John Simpson visits the Libyan jail where two new suspects in the Lockerbie bombing case are being held.
The Cuban government, working with a US environmental group, announces a long-term plan to protect shark populations swimming in its waters.
Ian Pannell reports on the still-rising number of migrants arriving in Lesbos - and the strain it is taking on both the authorities and refugees.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel re-affirms her country's responsibility for the Holocaust, following controversial comments by the Israel Prime Minister.
A woman due to testify against her Danish husband, who is accused of mutilating women and keeping genitalia parts in a freezer, is shot dead in Lesotho.
Vice-President Joe Biden has announced he will not seek the Democratic nomination in 2016. So, what will the rest of us be missing out on during the campaign?
Relatives of the 10 people who died in the Clutha helicopter tragedy in Glasgow are told fuel switches were in the off position when they should have been on.
Kevin de Bruyne scores an injury-time winner as Manchester City beat Sevilla to go second in their Champions League group.
Anthony Martial rescues a point for Manchester United as they draw with CSKA Moscow in the Champions League.
A monk in India says he needs eight months to answer a court summons as he will have to walk from one side of the country to the other, due to his faith.