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The UN warns warring sides in South Sudan they face an arms embargo and sanctions if they do not honour a truce due to come into force on Saturday.
Chris Buckler, Ed Thomas, and Tom Burridge report on the journeys made by Syrian refugees trying to reach Europe.
Australia regain the Women's Ashes after England collapse to 87 all out to lose the second Twenty20 international by 20 runs.
Fifa will discuss Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho's treatment of team doctor Eva Carneiro in Zurich next month.
Libyan workers continue to search for bodies at sea and on the shore after two migrant vessels capsized off Libya on Thursday, with 200 feared drowned.
The Turkish prime minister appoints two politicians from the pro-Kurdish HDP party to the country's power-sharing cabinet.
England reach the final of the EuroHockey Championships following a 2-1 victory over Spain at the Olympic Park.
Jo Konta reaches the US Open open main draw but Britons Kyle Edmund, Naomi Broady and Brydan Klein lose in qualifying.
Chinese shares have ended the week almost 8% lower after volatile trading that started on Monday with shock losses and spread fear to global markets.
The White House appoints its first special presidential envoy for hostage affairs "in a bid to boost efforts to safely recover American hostages abroad".
Former US President George Bush returns to New Orleans 10 years on since Hurricane Katrina, a crisis his administration was criticised for over its slow response.
HSBC says it has processed "99%" of payments affected by an IT glitch, with the remainder due to be completed overnight.
Jose Mourinho takes charge of his 100th Chelsea home league game on Saturday, but how does his record compare with other top managers?
Hungarian police arrest four people over the discovery of the bodies of 71 migrants, thought to be Syrian, in an abandoned lorry in Austria.
Investigators are trying to determine what killed two people and sickened five others - including four police officers - at a Chicago home.
The sixth victim of the Shoreham air crash has been named as a 53-year-old health worker and aircraft enthusiast who had learnt to fly at the airport.
Everton sign Uruguayan striker Leandro Rodriguez from River Plate Montevideo for a reported fee of £500,000.
A US appeals court overturns a ruling that the National Security Agency's bulk collection of phone records was illegal.
Why do politicians seem unable to act on migrant crisis?
Britain's Chris Froome cracks on the first big mountain test of the Vuelta a Espana to lose ground on his rivals for the win.