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US Navy ship and oil tanker collide near Singapore A search for the Navy sailors is under way after the ship and an oil tanker collide near Singapore. Barcelona attacks: Key suspect hunt widened across Europe The hunt for the driver suspected of killing 13 people in Barcelona last week widens across Europe. Kim Wall died in accident on submarine, Danish inventor says Danish inventor Peter Madsen has said that he "buried" missing reporter Kim Wall at sea, police say. One dead as car hits Marseille bus stop The driver is arrested, with reports that another bus stop had earlier been targeted. US-South Korea set for divisive military drills Pyongyang has already lashed out at the annual drills, saying they were "adding fuel to the fire".
President Buhari in plea for Nigerian unity The leader urged Nigerians to come together following three months of medical leave in the UK. Moroccan suspect named over Finland stabbings in Turku An 18-year-old asylum seeker - shot in the leg - is to appear in court on Tuesday. Jerry Lewis: US comedian dies aged 91 in Las Vegas One of Hollywood's most successful comedians has died at his home in Las Vegas. Qantas chief to campaign for Australia same-sex marriage Alan Joyce, who was once struck with a pie over his support, will "be active" in Australia's debate. Eclipse spectacle set to grip US public Skywatchers in the US prepare for the first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse since 1918.
Malaysia sites hacked after blunder over Indonesian flag The Indonesian flag was printed upside down in a Malaysia-organised regional sports event guidebook. BBC starts Pidgin digital service for West Africa audiences The World Service launches online and social media in Pidgin to serve audiences across West and Central Africa. Barcelona attack: Ripoll, the town where suspects lived Quiet Ripoll is in shock after becoming the focus of the Barcelona van attack investigation. The border between North and South Korea The BBC visits the border between North and South Korea and talks to the European observers who monitor the ceasefire. Masks for smear test patients in Thailand A health clinic in Thailand is handing out masks to encourage more women to attend their cervical smear tests.
The village in Nepal cut off by floods Aid agencies are warning of a humanitarian crisis following recent flooding. Forklift truck used to steal ATM in Arkansas Police in Arkansas are hunting thieves who stole the cash machine from a bank's drive-through area. Solar eclipse: Welcome to 'Eclipseville', Kentucky Thousands are flocking to the little town of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, in the US, to watch Monday's solar eclipse. BBC Pidgin: Meet the team Meet the team bringing the BBC to tens of millions of Pidgin speakers in West and Central Africa. Canadian cop's lack of French cancels speeding ticket Driver won't have to face court because a police officer only spoke to him in English.
Belarus minister wants ex-prisoners to work on farms Interior minister suggests prisoners work on farms as form of rehabilitation. Iceland toilet roll 'price war' wipes out jobs Opening of warehouse store in Icelandic capital sees workers laid off from country's only toilet paper manufacturer. What the trees say People from all over the world have been moved to write messages on the plane trees of Las Ramblas. Growing pains Thirty years from now the population of Nigeria will have doubled. How can Lagos - Africa's largest city - cope with its spiralling numbers? 'My body battleground' The brutality of online attacks on some Muslim women in Malaysia have led to calls for changes in law.
Unrequited love 24-year-old Lele Tao makes a fortune through live streaming in front of webcams to her 1 million fans - one super fan is about to have the first real face-to-face interaction with her. The second of a three-part series. King of goofy comedy Once Hollywood's best-paid star, who has died at 91, enjoyed a 10-year partnership with Dean Martin. 'Right thing to do' An anti-racism protester explains why she protected Trump supporters in a tense protest. IS kids On the streets of Europe, we meet teenage boys trained by IS. Their testimony reveals wide-ranging plans to turn children into killers.