The latest stories from the World section of the BBC News web site.
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The ex-boyfriend of pregnant teenager Jayden Parkinson, whose body was found in an Oxfordshire graveyard, is convicted of murder.
Myanmar allows Medecins Sans Frontieres to resume work in Rakhine state, where residents have had almost no access to healthcare since the group was ejected in February.
Newly published banking standards could mean banks have to hold significantly more funds to guard against potential loan losses.
One of Venezuela's main opposition leaders, Leopoldo Lopez, says his trial for inciting violence will "test the quality" of the Venezuelan democracy.
Sir Bradley Wiggins is denied a first Commonwealth Games gold as Australia beat England in the final of the 4,000m team pursuit.
South Africa's Human Rights Commission finds a school guilty of hate speech towards black and mixed-race pupils.
Can you criticise Israel without being anti-Semitic?
The crash site is still littered with clues to the tragedy
Taiwanese mourn after routine flight ends in tragedy
Former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard joins Major League Soccer side New York City FC on a two-year deal.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has lowered its forecast for global economic growth this year, from 3.7% to 3.4% but the UK's forecast is raised.
Vincenzo Nibali underlines his superiority by winning the final Tour de France mountain stage to all but wrap up overall victory.
Barclays challenges legal action brought by US prosecutors alleging fraud in its "dark pool" trading operations.
Earnings at the US carmaker General Motors slump because of the cost of vehicle recalls.
Galatasaray may sell Wesley Sneijder, Liverpool hope to sign Arturo Vidal and Andy Carroll could be out for four months.
A top UN official in Iraq says the Sunni Islamist group Isis, which is controlling the city of Mosul, is seeking to impose female genital mutilation.
Two sculptures, possibly by Rodin and Degas, are discovered in the home of the late art hoarder Cornelius Gurlitt in Munich.
A California wine dealer, who made $20m by selling fake vintage bottles to rich clients, faces years in prison when he is sentenced in New York.
A jewel from one of her dresses was found inside.
Police investigating sexual abuse allegations at a school in Rochdale refer themselves to the independent police watchdog over the way they handled previous inquiries.