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Islamic State: Abu Muhammad al-Adnani 'killed in Aleppo'
One of the longest-serving and most prominent leaders of so-called Islamic State, Abu Mohammad al-Adnani, is killed in the Syrian province of Aleppo.
Europe's 'unfair' Apple tax ruling sparks US anger
The US Treasury criticises 'unfair' tax rulings by the European Commission, following a demand that Apple hands over €13bn in unpaid tax.
Colin Kaepernick protest: Trump tells NFL player to quit US
NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick should find another country, said Donald Trump after the player sat through the national anthem to protest over race relations.
Syria war: US welcomes pause in Turkish-Kurdish clashes
The US welcomes a pause in fighting between Turkish and Kurdish forces in northern Syria, urging them to focus on fighting so-called Islamic State.
Macron quits to clear way for French presidential bid
French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron resigns from the government ahead of an expected centrist bid for the presidency in next year's election.
Maine governor Paul LePage apologises for rude phone rant
Maine's Republican governor apologises for leaving an obscenity-laden voicemail for a rival politician and says he is considering his position.
Topless Marianne remark by PM Manuel Valls stirs French row
Prime Minister Manuel Valls angers political rivals by invoking the symbol of the French republic, Marianne, in the row over "burkini" beach bans.
Italy earthquake: State funeral for 37 victims in Amatrice
A state funeral for 37 victims of the Italian earthquake is held in Amatrice, the town that bore the brunt of the disaster.
'Racist school hair rules' suspended at SA's Pretoria Girls High
Rules over how female students wear their hair at a South African school are suspended after anti-racism protest from pupils, a local minister says.
Somalia truck bomb targets Mogadishu's SYL Hotel
A truck bomb explodes outside a hotel in Somalia's capital, killing 22 people in a heavily secured area close to the presidential palace.
DNA sequenced in space for first time
DNA has been successfully sequenced in space for the first time.
TTIP in further doubt as Hollande questions timing
The TTIP trade deal is dealt another blow as French President Francois Hollande casts doubt on when an agreement will be reached.

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