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Louisiana floods: Obama 'heartbroken' after tour
President Barack Obama tours the flood-ravaged areas of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where he vowed to help residents rebuild in the coming months.
North Korea submarine fires ballistic missile
North Korea has fired a submarine-based ballistic missile, the US and South Korea report, which flew for 500km (300 miles).
Rio Paralympics 2016: Russian doping ban 'cynical', says PM
Russia's PM Dmitry Medvedev says the decision to uphold a blanket doping ban on Russia's Paralympians is "cynical".
Turkey evacuates town amid anti-IS Syria campaign
Turkey evacuated Karkamis near Syria, as it prepares an offensive against so-called Islamic State holding Jarablus.
Muslim Frenchwoman 'fined for veil on Cannes beach'
A Frenchwoman said she was fined for wearing a hair-covering veil on the beach in Cannes, after the mayor imposed a controversial ban on "burkinis".
Artist Peter Doig wins case over painting he said was not his work
A Chicago court accepts that artist Peter Doig did not paint a landscape, valued at $10m (£7.6m) when it was believed to be by him.
Palestinian suspect in police killings 'beaten to death'
The Palestinian Authority launches an investigation after a suspect linked to the killing of two policemen is apparently beaten to death in jail.
Paris tourism hit by militant attacks, strikes and floods
Attacks by Islamist militants, strikes and floods have caused a substantial drop in the number of tourists visiting Paris, officials say.
Rio police 'find Olympic ticket emails'
Emails linking IOC (International Olympic Committee) member Pat Hickey to the head of a company alleged to have resold Olympic tickets have been found, say police in Rio.
Peru investigates 'police death squad' after killings
Prosecutors in Peru investigate allegations that a group of rogue police officers killed civilians and passed them off as dangerous criminals to secure promotions.
South Sudan conflict: Riek Machar in Khartoum for 'medical treatment'
Riek Machar, who was sacked as South Sudan's vice-president last month, is in Sudan to receive "urgent medical attention", state media report.
HIV effort let down by test shortages, says WHO
A shortage of HIV testing could undermine global efforts to diagnose and treat people with the infection, warn experts from the World Health Organization.

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