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The US urges Pakistan to stop sheltering Taliban forces amid a new US pledge to support Afghanistan.
The Sagrada Familia cathedral was among the targets, a suspect tells a preliminary hearing in Madrid.
Ten companies and six individuals in Russia and China are subject to a new round of US sanctions.
No food and intermittent electricity - a BBC team sees what medics are up against in a rebel-held city.
Danish police say they do not yet know if the torso belongs to missing journalist Kim Wall.
A 14-year-old is arrested in Saudi Arabia after a clip of him dancing in the street went viral.
Churches in Cubao will ring their bells every night in protest against President Duterte's war on drugs.
Ministers say the European Court of Justice is not needed to police UK-EU relations after Brexit.
The high-speed trains will be able to run at speeds of 350km/h following safety checks on rail lines.
There have been 83 cases so far this year - four times as many as all of last year, the UN says.
Marcellus Williams's conviction is to be reviewed, as his lawyers say DNA points to another man.
David Tremayne reached 296mph before losing control when the parachute was released.

BBC Business

Ten companies and six individuals in Russia and China are subject to a new round of US sanctions.
Mark Wahlberg earned $42m more than the world's best paid actress in the past year, Forbes says.
The 62-year-old bastion of American alternative journalism is ending its weekly print edition.
Tour operator says safety is a "priority", two years after 30 Britons were killed at a beach resort.
The US firm is exploring a joint venture to make a new line of electric vehicles for the Chinese market.
Barcelona are suing former player Neymar over his 222m euro (200m) world record move to Paris St-Germain.
No government borrowing was needed in July, but borrowing so far this year is 1.9bn above 2016.
Dominic Chappell, who faces charges, bought the department store chain the year before it collapsed.
German chain's market share is now 5.2%, a 0.7% year-on-year increase, due to demand from families.
The mining giant posted a $5.9bn (4.6bn) annual net profit, but there is pressure to offload US shale.
Cambridge University Press restores access to sensitive China stories after academics protest.
The Chinese SUV maker says it is interested in buying the Jeep owner, but no approach has been made.

EUobserver