The latest stories from the World section of the BBC News web site.
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Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata says he could not have imagined the Reds would lose 5-3 at Leicester.
Why Islamic State wants the West to put boots on the ground
US captain Tom Watson says his team will be targeting Europe's best player and talisman in this week's Ryder Cup.
Can the ex-president's comeback succeed?
Algerian club JS Kabylie are banned for two years from continental tournaments over the death of Albert Ebosse.
William Hague says the case for English devolution "cannot be avoided" any longer and suggested it could become a major issue at next year's election.
A selection of images from around the world over the past 24 hours
Chinese internet giant Alibaba has raised $25bn in its share flotation, according to US media, making it the largest initial public offering in history.
Police searching for a missing British-born student in Virginia issue an arrest warrant for a man they believe is the last person to see her.
Arsenal right-back Mathieu Debuchy will be out for about three months after undergoing surgery on an ankle injury.
The parents of missing Virginia University student Hannah Graham appeal for help as the search for their daughter continues.
Workers at four Amazon warehouses in Germany go on strike in a dispute over pay and working conditions.
Mike Harari, the Mossad agent who oversaw a string of Israeli operations involving the assassination of Palestinian militants abroad, has died, aged 87.
Leading security researchers call on eBay to take immediate action over dangerous listings - as more security problems arise.
Hardline Sunni prayer leader Mufti Amanullah is buried in the Pakistani city of Rawalpindi a day after he was shot dead.
The number of deaths in Nigeria's church hostel collapse rises to 115, including 84 South Africans, a South African minister says.
Rory McIlroy says he will relish being the European player that America will target in this week's Ryder Cup at Gleneagles.
Hong Kong students begin a week-long boycott of classes to protest against China's stance on electoral reform in the territory.
Ed Balls says he will increase the minimum wage, bring in a mansion tax, freeze child benefit and axe the "bedroom tax" in his first Budget if Labour wins power.
Tesco has suspended four executives, including its UK managing director, after the supermarket overstated its half-year profit guidance by £250m.