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Newsbeat's hears from the biggest hosts of online gaming content in the world about the abuse some women face when they stream or share videos.
The son of Adelaide Crows coach Phil Walsh is found not guilty of his murder, on grounds of mental incompetence.
The BBC's Kevin Connolly looks back at the long career of Shimon Peres, who helped shape every decade of Israel's life.
The first US presidential debate is watched by 84 million people, breaking a record set by Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan in 1980.
Wells Fargo chief executive John Stumpf forfeits $41m (£31.5m) in share bonuses as the bank giant tries to stem a scandal over its sales practices.
Serena Williams speaks out against law enforcement brutality, quoting Martin Luther King as she says: "There comes a time when silence is betrayal".
BBC Monitoring looks at the most contentious issues in the peace deal signed by the Colombian government and left-wing Farc rebels ahead of a popular vote on 2 October.
India's official entry to the Best Foreign Language film at Oscars is a gritty crime drama on police brutality and corruption, writes Sudha G Tilak.
Finnish-Syrian father-of-six Rami Adhan has become known as the "toy smuggler" for taking large bags of toys into Syria for children suffering in the war.
The Republican Party may not be the most natural home for a transgender woman from New Jersey - but Jennifer Williams is trying to change it from the inside.
In September 1971, inmates seized control of the Attica Correctional Facility in New York state - Carlos Roche was one of the prisoners.
Organisers call off a cultural festival celebrating Haiti's Afro-Caribbean lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community because of threats of violence.
As Austria tries to integrate thousands of refugees and migrants, one group sets up a communal garden to build ties.
British conservationist Sacha Dench is on the first leg of an epic 4,500 mile paramotor flight following migrating swans.
The US appoints its first ambassador to Cuba in 55 years as relations between the countries thaw.
The US government promises to provide $364m (£276m) more in humanitarian aid to people affected by the conflict in Syria.
After the first US presidential debate, Donald Trump complains about moderator Lester Holt and says he might be tougher on Hillary Clinton next time.
Communications consultant Mary Civiello talks about what Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton's body language can tell us about who won the first Presidential debate.
Seychelles President James Michel announces he will stand down in October, after his party lost parliamentary polls earlier this month.
The World Health Organisation wants safe routes to be set up immediately to evacuate sick and wounded Syrians from besieged parts of Aleppo.