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One of the most iconic trees in cinematic history has been felled by the wind.
Fast-moving wildfires force hundreds of people to leave their homes in mountains north of Los Angeles, California.
Russia will not receive a blanket ban from the Rio Games, the International Olympic Committee announces.
The Australian team is not prepared to move their athletes into the Olympic Village due to the state of their accommodation.
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve says he will sue for libel after a police officer said she was harassed to change her report on the Nice attack.
South-East Asian nations fail to agree a joint position on Chinese claims to the South Sea China, following a tribunal ruling against Beijing.
Funerals take place in the Afghan capital, Kabul, for victims of Saturday's suicide bomb attack claimed by so-called Islamic State, which killed 80 people.
The UK's vote to leave the European Union adds to risks for the global economy, finance chiefs say at the G20 summit in China.
So-called Islamic State says it was behind a suicide bomb attack on a security checkpoint in Iraq's capital, Baghdad, that kills more than 20 people.
Senior German politicians urge stricter controls on the sale of guns in response to Friday's shooting attack in Munich, in which nine people were killed.
Tigers at a wildlife park in Beijing have killed one woman and injured another after the pair left their vehicle, Chinese media reports say.
Two nephews of Venezuela's first lady confessed to conspiring to import cocaine into the US after being arrested last year, court filings by US prosecutors say.
Tim Kaine - Democrat Hillary Clinton's newly announced vice presidential running mate - makes his national debut, saying: "America was not built on fear".
A man is arrested after trying to grab the Olympic Torch in Sao Paolo, as the flame makes its way towards Rio de Janeiro for the opening of the 2016 Games.
Model, actor and entrepreneur Lily Cole offers the business advice she wishes she had been given before she started out, for the BBC News series CEO Secrets.
Fast-moving wildfires have forced hundreds of people to leave their homes in mountains north of Los Angeles, California, the authorities say.
Former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner says she is not afraid of going to prison as a result of the corruption charges she faces.
Afghanistan observes a day of national mourning after a suicide attack claimed by so-called Islamic State kills 80 people at a march in Kabul.
Diggers remove a million tonnes of stone a year from the place where Roman emperors, Michelangelo and Mussolini all went for their marble.
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