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Singapore's skyline has dramatically changed in the past 50 years, reflecting changes in the fortunes of the country.
What became of Hong Kong's youngest protest leader
The tram that survived the Hiroshima atomic bomb
How the roller coaster Chinese stock market hit one investor
Two Turkish soldiers are killed and dozens are wounded in a suicide attack near the border with Iran blamed on Kurdish PKK militants.
King Salman of Saudi Arabia cuts short a holiday on the French Riviera where the closure of a beach for his security caused an uproar.
British athletics coach Toni Minichiello questions why the sport has failed to act on data that appears to expose widespread doping.
A teenage girl stabbed at a Gay Pride march in Jerusalem on Thursday dies from her wounds, doctors say.
Zimbabwe says it is seeking a second American over the illegal killing of a lion, as the outcry over the death of famed animal Cecil continues.
Arsene Wenger says his Arsenal players overcame a big mental hurdle by beating Chelsea in the Community Shield.
Malaysia urges other Indian Ocean islands to be on the lookout for more possible MH370 debris, after a wing part washes up on Reunion.
Lord Coe says the International Association of Athletics Federations will react robustly to allegations of doping in the sport.
Inbee Park sees off the challenge of fellow South Korean Ko Jin-young to win the Women's British Open at Turnberry.
Is Ottawa really Canada's hotbed of infidelity?
Arsenal win the Community Shield for a second season in a row as they beat Premier League champions Chelsea at Wembley.
A Mexican photojournalist who said he was being threatened and harassed is found shot dead with four other people in a flat in Mexico City.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper announces he is dissolving parliament and calling a parliamentary election for 19 October.
The Swedish justice and migration minister accuses David Cameron of "playing politics" with the migrant crisis in Calais.
The Treasury could begin the process of selling part of the government's stake in Royal Bank of Scotland from Monday, according to BBC sources.
The Duchess of Cambridge is now an advanced scuba diver, a Kensington Palace official says.