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Updated: 37 min 39 sec ago
Some of the hottest summer months on record have led to a beer bottle shortage as drinkers indulge.
A horn shark was stolen from an aquarium using a baby's pram, the thieves carried it in a bucket leaving a trail of water as they left.
A motorist was stopped by police for the anti-government slogan on his car registration.
Officials say the offer to his Iranian counterpart would have "no value" and be "a humiliation".
Daisy Osakue suffered an eye injury in an attack she believes was racially motivated.
Alexander Gukov is airlifted by Pakistani helicopter pilots after being stranded in the Karakorams.
Najib Balala told critics to "go to hell" after they blamed him for the deaths of 10 rhinos.
The attack happened in a billiard hall in an area where two rival rebel groups vie for control.
Dareen Tatour said her poem was mistranslated and misinterpreted by the Israeli authorities.
Both sides suggest they are confident of a win but observers say the race is too close to call.
The thieves abducted the shark from a Texas aquarium by disguising it as a baby in a pram.
The BBC hears from residents holding out in village flooded by a controversial dam project in Cambodia.
Zoe Carew wrote a letter saying "Line Men" was "wrong and unfair" to women.
Some evidence from neighbouring countries would suggest otherwise.
The Irish lizard was found mummified by the spider's silk in a County Dublin garden.
The ride-hailing firm says it will now focus solely on the development of self-driving cars.