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Robotics researchers in the US develop a new technique to build working robots using a 3D printer.
One of the men who carried out the devastating bomb attacks in Brussels once worked as a cleaner at the European Parliament, officials confirm.
The foreign ministry in Madrid summons France's ambassador after protesting French farmers seize Spanish lorries and drain their cargo of wine.
Uefa's offices are searched by Swiss police following papers leaked from a Panamanian law firm, and a Fifa lawyer resigns.
The European Commission proposes alternatives for a "more humane and efficient" way of handling asylum claims in response to the migrant crisis.
Government forces in Syria launch a counter-offensive to retake a village south of the city of Aleppo recently captured by jihadist militants.
As the first people return from Greece to Turkey as part of an EU deal to attempt to stop the flow of migrants, BBC correspondents in both countries assess its success.
Tensions are high at a university in Indian-administered Kashmir following clashes with police after a row sparked by a cricket match.
Security forces in Eritrea's capital Asmara kill several young conscripts after an attempt to escape the convoy they were travelling in, opposition media report.
The Kremlin announces the creation of a new National Guard security force but denies the move is linked to September's parliamentary elections.
A partner at the Panamanian law firm at the centre of a huge leak of confidential financial data says it has been the victim of a hack.
Mustafa Dawa was working as a volunteer translator on the Greek island of Lesbos, but has taken on a new role - as a gravedigger.